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About Pinnacle Cruiser Women's 7mm Jumpsuit

The Cruiser provides a means to enjoy many of the features and benefits of Pinnacle's higher end suits while still maintaining a budget. The Cruiser incorporates many design aspects that are superior to those found in other suits costing more than twice the price. This 7mm wetsuit has titanium lined nylon 2 neoprene throughout the suit. Advanced stretch neoprene is elastic enough to make donning simple, yet resilient enough to provide tremendous warmth.

Suit comes equipped with a 10mm thick spine pad that protects the back and reduces internal water movement for a warmer dive every time. Comfort and warmth are also increased with the rolled neck with Velcro closure. If durability is what you are looking for the Pinnacle 7mm Cruiser has heavy-duty rough-skin kneepads for this critical wear area, molded rubber shoulder pads that protect diver and suit and help keep BCD in position. All seams are double glued and blind stitched with reinforcing stress disks at all seam intersections for added strength.

Suit has a back zipper with pull tab leash, 8" (20.3 cm) gusseted ankle zippers both for easy self-donning and doffing and all zippers come equipped with a plastic slider. Smooth skin neck, ankle, wrist and spine seals lock cold water out and seal body-heated water inside the suit. This all black sleek suit is available in wide range of sizes, so there's a Pinnacle 7mm suit that will fit you!

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Pinnacle Cruiser Women's 7mm Jumpsuit Features

  • Pinnacle Cruiser Women's 7mm Jumpsuit
  • Economical, Yet Full Featured Wetsuit
  • 7mm Titanium Lined Neoprene Thru-Out Suit
  • Advanced Stretch Neoprene is Elastic Enough to make Donning Simple
  • Resilient Enough to Provide Tremendous Warmth
  • Rear Zipper Entry w/Pull Tab Leash
  • 8" (20.3 cm) Gusseted Ankle Zippers with Smooth-Skin Sealing Surfaces
  • Rear and Leg Zippers with Plastic Locking Slide
  • 10mm Thick Spine Pad Protects Back and Reduces Internal Water Movement
  • Roll Neck with hook and loop Closure
  • Heavy-Duty Rough-Skin Kneepads
  • Printer Rubber Shoulder Pads:
    Protect Diver and Suit
    Help Keep BCD in Position
  • All Seams Double Glued and Blind Stitched
  • Reinforcing Stress Disks at all Seam Intersections
  • Available in Multiple Sizes
  • Color: Black

Pinnacle Cruiser Women's 7mm Jumpsuit Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

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5.0

Great suit!

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from Bellingham, WA, US

This suit fits me very well. It's comfortable in all areas. It's just what I was expecting.

 
2.0

Will never buy another pinacle wetsuit

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Worst wetsuit I have ever owned. Legs are very small. The knee pads don't actually sit on the knees so they wear out very quickly (especially during pool sessions). Seams also leak after not terribly long. I know the price it good (that's what got me) but it's not worth it.

 
5.0

Great for the money!

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I use it for lake diving in Texas because the water isn't always warm. I have worn it with a dive skin in 50 degree water and it only got cold just a bit. I love this product for the money and I actually wear it more than my Tilos 3 mm. I can't emphasize what a great product this is! I have read others complain that it chokes but I have found that if I take my time to put it on properly and pull it up as I go, I don't have this issue.

 
2.0

Great price, but too uncomfortable

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I originally ordered a Medium-Large according to the sizing chart recommendations. I really wanted a Medium-Large-Small, since I am only 5'4" and many suits I've worn have been a bit too long, but there wasn't any in stock so I took my chances with the normal M/L. I'm glad I didn't get the short because the normal one bordered on being too short. The M/L suit didn't fit me in general, the shoulders and neck were way too tight, I could barely zip it up past my shoulder blades. So, I exchanged it for a Large, even though the large didn't exactly match my dimensions on the sizing chart. The large was more comfortable, but was a little too roomy in the waist/crotch area, even so, the neck was still REALLY tight. The suit in general is not very flexible and comfortable. Standing up the neck was tight, but bearable, however when I sat down it was impossible to breathe. As a beginner who still gets anxious occasionally, the last thing I need is to feel like I am suffocating in my suit. I did some research and found a lot of reviews expressing this same problem, not just with the Cruiser, but with ALL Pinnacle suits. In all fairness, these people did mention that the tightness eases up a bit once you are in the water.It must just be the particular cut they have for their suits, the neck tends to fit snug...a bit too much for me. I never got to test it out in the water because I exchanged for a different brand (a more flexible one) due to the neck thing. It seems like a decent suit otherwise, good price, seems warm and durable. But you may be like me and find it awkward and uncomfortable.

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Shopper  I am going to be surfing on long island during the winter. It will be my first time, so i want to be warm, but able to move. Is this the right suit for me??
LeisurePro S  Well, warmth obviously is super important and depending on the water temperatures were you will be surfing, I think you will definitely need a 7mm suit (good for temperatures down to app. 55 degrees). Some options you have for gaining flexibility include looking into a 6/7mm suit which would be 7mm in the chest/core area and 6mm in the arms and legs making movement a bit easier. Or, if you think your arms and legs would be fine, you could look into layering. Get a 5mm suit and them put a 3mm or 5mm vest/jacket on top so you would have a thick layer around your core and lots of flexibility in your limbs. This Pinnacle suit is super warm but not the most flexible. Hope this helps!
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