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About Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray

Scubapro's advanced, extra-comfortable EverFlex line has been stylishly redesigned to give you even better fit and freedom. Many of the same tested features are included, but EverFlex neoprene steamers are now in a pre-formed dimensional shape so it fits and moves more naturally with your body and delivers unparalleled comfort, stretch and flexibility. Scubapro has also added heliospan lining in the torso area of the steamers and glide-skin seals for added protection and insulation. EverFlex provides excellent fit for a wide range of people. If you are tired of the struggle to get into your suit, EverFlex is for you. This Scubapro 100% EverFlex 3/2mm Steamer is for warm water dives. Double-blind stitched outer seams and single-blind stitched inner seams mean virtually water-tight seams overall, for extra durability and comfort.

Scubapro's EverFlex is produced with X-Foam Nylon II Neoprene an exclusive Scubapro formula. X-Foam is the only formula which complies with very strict P.A.H. test requirements. P.A.H. (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons) is found in many things, including petroleum-based products. Scubapro is very encouraged to be able to offer this neoprene blend in order to better protect divers and our seas. The Steamer is also equipped with a compression-molded combination zipper flap/spine pad to reduce water entry and improve back protection. The Anatomically Preformed Pattern Design feels like a Second-Skin.

Built-to-Last with Power Tex abrasion resistant shoulders and seat along with durable TATEX kneepads a thermoplastic rubber (TPR) that is applied without glue or stitching. Suit has safe-straps on both arms for a securing of wrist instruments such as dive computers, depth gauges or compass. The easy self donning and doffing back zipper design has a durable metal zipper slider and comes equipped with a pull tab leash and nylon webbing thumb loop at base of zipper. The suit is available in multiple sizes is black and gray in color and is covered by a 12 month limited warranty.

The Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray is commonly used for Diving and more. The Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Beginner, Casual user among others. The Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray: Comfortable, Durable, Warm.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray Features

  • Scuba Pro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit
  • Advanced, Extra-Comfortable EverFlex Line of Suits
  • Stylishly Redesigned to Give Better Fit and Freedom
  • Pre-Formed Dimensional Shape Design
  • Fits and Moves Naturally with Body
  • Delivers Unparalleled Comfort, Stretch and Flexibility
  • 100% EVERFLEX Material:
    X-Foam Nylon II Neoprene an Exclusive Scuba Pro Formula
    Complies with Strict P.A.H. Test Requirements. P.A.H. (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons)
    Better Protect Divers and Our-Seas
  • Glide Skin Seals: Keeps You Warmer-Longer
  • Torso HELIOSPAN Lining: Fine Fleece
    Absorbs and Retains Water
    Keeps-You Warm Thru-Out Dive
  • Anatomically Preformed Pattern Design: Feels Like a Second-Skin
  • Safe-Straps on Both Arms:
    Secures Wrist Instruments
    Dive Computers, Depth Gauges or Compass
    Safely Secures Instruments
  • Seam Construction:
    Glued
    Outer Seams Double-Blind Stitched
    Inner Seams: Single-Blind Stitched
    Virtually Water-Tight Seams
    Extra Durability and Comfort
  • Built-to-Last:
    Power Tex Abrasion Resistant Shoulders and Seat
    Durable TATEX Kneepads Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) Applied w/o Glue or Stitching
  • Easy Self Donning and Doffing Back Zipper Design
  • Durable Metal Zipper Slider
  • Pull Tab Leash and Nylon Webbing Thumb Loop at Base of Zipper
  • Available in Multiple Sizes
  • Color: Black/Gray
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray Specifications

Material
Nylon Ii Neoprene
Thickness
3/2Mm
Seams
Glued, Outer Seams: Double-Blind Stitched, Inner Seams: Single-Blind Stitched
Closure
Back Zipper With Metal Slider And Pull Tab Leash, Adjustable Collar
Available in the Following Sizes:
2X-Large, 3X-Large, Large, Medium/Tall, Medium, Small, X-Large
Weight [with packaging]
Small: 0.05 lb,
Medium: 4 lb,
Medium/Tall: 4.05 lb,
Large: 4.15 lb,
X-Large: 4.4 lb,
2X-Large: 4.75 lb,
3X-Large: 5.1 lb
Scubapro Mens Wetsuits Size Chart
  Small Medium Med/Tall Large X-Large 2X-Large 3X-Large
Height 5'6"-5'9" 5'9"-5'11" 5'10"-6'0" 5'10"-6'0" 5'11"-6'1" 6'1"-6'3" 6'3"-6'5"
Weight (pounds) 130-150 150-170 155-175 170-195 190-215 215-235 230+
Chest (pounds) 36-38 38-40 34-40 40-42 42-44 44-46 46-48
Waist (inches) 29-31 31-33 31-33 33-35 35-37 38-40 40-43

EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray Customer Reviews

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Pros

  • Comfortable (6)
  • Durable (4)
  • Warm (4)
  • Easy to put on and off (3)

Cons

  • Hard to put on or off (5)

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  • Diving (10)
    • Chest Size:
    • Feels too small

       

      Feels true to size

       

      70% 

      (7 reviews)

      Feels too big

       
    • Length:
    • Feels too short

       

      Feels true to length

       

      90% 

      (9 reviews)

      Feels too long

       
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Casual user (5), Beginner (4)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (11)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Nice quality and features

I bought the Cressi Spring 3.5mm XXL ($120), the Akona Men's 3mm (AKMS258) XXL ($150), and the Akona Quantum Stretch 3mm XXL ($200) all at the same time, so...Read complete review

I bought the Cressi Spring 3.5mm XXL ($120), the Akona Men's 3mm (AKMS258) XXL ($150), and the Akona Quantum Stretch 3mm XXL ($200) all at the same time, so I could keep one and return 2.

I'm 6' 1" and carrying a bit of a gut right now at 230 #. All 3 suits fit me basically fine. They pull up nicely into my groin area and snugly in my armpits. I just did my OW certification and the dive shop gave me an Oceanic Ultra 3/2 XXL to wear in the pool and the same in 7mm to wear in the quarry, which also fit me fine.

The Quantum Stretch was noticeably stretchier than the other 2. I suppose that made it a little bit easier to don, but not much. Not enough that that would make me buy it over the others. It did seem to fit a little bit better, though, which would influence me to it over the other 2. The neck has a nice smoothskin seal on the inside, but the wrist, ankles, and back zipper did not have anything to help seal the suit, so I'm not sure why they bothered with the neck seal. The ends of the arms and legs have a nice binding sewn instead of just having unfinished neoprene. The zipper flap was just thin neoprene and I was able to zip the suit up by myself. Also, I'd say the picture on the website is the result of bad lighting. It looks like it's dark grey and light grey. In reality, it is black and grey and the patterning on the shoulders and back have a couple of streaks of orangeish red in them.

The Akona Men's 3mm was not as stretchy as the Quantum Stretch. It did not have seals at the neck, ankles or wrists. It did have a reasonably beefy smoothskin flap inside the back zipper. But, it didn't seem to have any other smoothskin to mate against, so I'm not sure how well it would seal. Besides, the neck, wrists, and ankles all do not have any kind of seal anyway, so again, why bother with a seal over the back zipper? This suit was the only one of the three that I could not zip up by myself and I really gave it the old college try, too. The zipper kept catching on that smoothskin flap. The ends of the arms and legs are completely unfinished. No binding like the Quantum Stretch suit. The suit fit well, but maybe it didn't "hug" my contours *quite* as well as the Quantum Stretch. Overall, of the 3 suits, this is the last one I would keep.

The Cressi Spring suit is 0.5mm thicker than the other 2. It felt about as stretchy as the Akona Men's 3mm. Maybe just a *touch* less stretchy since it's a hair thicker. Again, definitely not AS stretchy as the Quantum Stretch. The Spring has smoothskin for seals inside the neck, at the ankles and wrists, and a smaller-than-the-Akona smoothskin flap inside the back zipper. I was able to zip myself up in this suit, no problem. One thing that was different than all other wetsuits I have looked at is that the neck closure flap does not have a downward extension to cover the zipper once you've zipped up and sealed the suit. It does have a small velcro tab just below the neck closure tab that closes over the zipper to (theoretically) keep it from accidentally unzipping. But, most suits have that AND the neck closure flap covers that, too. The ends of the arms and legs are also nicely bound, like the Akona Quantum Stretch. The worst thing I can say about this suit is that it doesn't seem to comform to my body quite as well as the other two. It is good everywhere except that if I bend my elbows or knees I notice a little bit of a ripple that forms in the suit where it's bulging slightly away from my skin. Despite that, with all the seals plus the extra thickness, I think this suit would be the warmest of the 3. And I like that is has red on it. I want a suit that does not have blue, purple, yellow, orange, or green on it, which eliminates a bunch of my options, but I'm just picky that way.

None of these three suits has any kind of lining in the interior or any zippers at the wrists or ankles. Other than their stretchiness, they were all about the same effort to pull up my arms and legs.

I didn't like that the regular Akona (non-Quantum Stretch) wouldn't work for me to zip it up on my own, and the neoprene felt about the same as the Cressi, but with no seals, so I would definnitely choose the Cressi over it. Which brought it down to Cressi versus Quantum Stretch. The Quantum Stretch fit just slightly better and was, maybe, just a hair easier to get on. But since they are both in the 3mm class, they were both easy to get on. So, with the Quantum Stretch being thinner neoprene, having no seals, and costing 50% more, I decided that the Cressi is the one I would keep of the three.

But then..... I found that my LDS (local dive shop) was having a Closeout sale on the 2012 model of Scuba Pro EverFlex suits. Their websuit said they were out of stock on 3/2mm suits, but they had the 5/4mm in my size. And the 5/4 was showing as $180. I didn't really want a 5/4mm suit. But, I figured at $180, it might be worth the hassle of the extra thickness when I didn't need it and actually nice to have on some colder water dives. So, I went by at lunch to try one on.

The Scuba Pro EverFlex 5/4mm (2012 - looks different than the one pictured here) XXL fit me just as well as the other suits I'd already tried. It felt a hair tighter around the chest and stomach, but I don't know yet if that's just their fit or if it's because it's a thicker suit. The interior of the body area has a nice gold-colored velour-like lining. I expect it would be nice for warmth. But, it doesn't extend down the arms or legs, so it doesn't really help with putting the suit on. The wrists have smoothskin seals on the inside and they extend much further up the forearm than the smoothskin on the Cressi suit. The ankles have separate smoothskin seals with a zippered cuff over them. This will allow me to put boots on over the leg seals and then zip the outer part of the suit leg over the boot. I suspect this will give a better seal at the ankles than any of the other suits I tried. And in the neck there is a smoothskin seal that is a separate piece of material from the neoprene exterior of the collar. I believe this suit would seal even better than the Cressi. There is also a small D-ring built into the right side hip/upper thigh area that is, I believe, to clip a hood when you're not wearing it. The EverFlex 5/4 also seemed to fit better around the knees and elbows than the Cressi. It stayed tight when I flexed my knees and elbows. I was able to zip it almost all the way up by myself, but not quite. But that may also be partly to do with it being a 5/4mm, so not as stretchy.

I had all but whipped out my credit card to buy the EverFlex when I asked one last time "are you SURE you don't have this same suit in 3/2mm in my size?" The sales guy went in the warehouse to check one last time and lo and behold he turned up with one. He said it had been hung up in the Ladies suit rack by mistake or they would have already sold it. After already trying on the 5/4, I went ahead and bought the 3/2 in XXL without even unbagging it. It was only $160. If, for some reason, it doesn't fit, I think I will return it and buy the EverFlex 5/4 - return all 3 of the other suits I tried either way.

The Cressi and the 2 Akonas I tried are all nice and if I had just bought any one of them and gone with it, I'm sure I would be quite happy. But, the Scuba Pro EverFlex just seems like a higher quality suit. And with a Closeout price putting it right in the middle of the pack, the Scuba Pro EverFlex is Stuart's Best Buy. ;-)

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Warm suit but....

I took this suit diving in Cozumel for a week and overall it was quite warm.

However, over the course of the week the wrist and zipper seals were torn. The...Read complete review

I took this suit diving in Cozumel for a week and overall it was quite warm.

However, over the course of the week the wrist and zipper seals were torn. The zipper seal I can forgive since every suit I have owned with a slick skin zipper seal gets wrecked if I try to zip myself up. The wrist seals were a surprise though. I have no fingernails and both wrists tore in exactly the same spot which seems like a manufacturing flaw. I have never ripped the wrists or ankles of any other suit I have owned in the past that has the same seal type.

Also, the arms on this suit are very long. Normally you could just cut the arms to length but on this suit you can't do that due to the "iSafe" dive computer straps on the wrists.

The threading at the base of the zipper also seems to be unravelling, hopefully I can return the suit to Scubapro to get it repaired.

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5.0

Nice quality and features

By Stuart

from Bristow, VA

About Me Beginner

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Pros

  • Easy To Put On And Off

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Diving

    Comments about Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray:

    I bought the Cressi Spring 3.5mm XXL ($120), the Akona Men's 3mm (AKMS258) XXL ($150), and the Akona Quantum Stretch 3mm XXL ($200) all at the same time, so I could keep one and return 2.

    I'm 6' 1" and carrying a bit of a gut right now at 230 #. All 3 suits fit me basically fine. They pull up nicely into my groin area and snugly in my armpits. I just did my OW certification and the dive shop gave me an Oceanic Ultra 3/2 XXL to wear in the pool and the same in 7mm to wear in the quarry, which also fit me fine.

    The Quantum Stretch was noticeably stretchier than the other 2. I suppose that made it a little bit easier to don, but not much. Not enough that that would make me buy it over the others. It did seem to fit a little bit better, though, which would influence me to it over the other 2. The neck has a nice smoothskin seal on the inside, but the wrist, ankles, and back zipper did not have anything to help seal the suit, so I'm not sure why they bothered with the neck seal. The ends of the arms and legs have a nice binding sewn instead of just having unfinished neoprene. The zipper flap was just thin neoprene and I was able to zip the suit up by myself. Also, I'd say the picture on the website is the result of bad lighting. It looks like it's dark grey and light grey. In reality, it is black and grey and the patterning on the shoulders and back have a couple of streaks of orangeish red in them.

    The Akona Men's 3mm was not as stretchy as the Quantum Stretch. It did not have seals at the neck, ankles or wrists. It did have a reasonably beefy smoothskin flap inside the back zipper. But, it didn't seem to have any other smoothskin to mate against, so I'm not sure how well it would seal. Besides, the neck, wrists, and ankles all do not have any kind of seal anyway, so again, why bother with a seal over the back zipper? This suit was the only one of the three that I could not zip up by myself and I really gave it the old college try, too. The zipper kept catching on that smoothskin flap. The ends of the arms and legs are completely unfinished. No binding like the Quantum Stretch suit. The suit fit well, but maybe it didn't "hug" my contours *quite* as well as the Quantum Stretch. Overall, of the 3 suits, this is the last one I would keep.

    The Cressi Spring suit is 0.5mm thicker than the other 2. It felt about as stretchy as the Akona Men's 3mm. Maybe just a *touch* less stretchy since it's a hair thicker. Again, definitely not AS stretchy as the Quantum Stretch. The Spring has smoothskin for seals inside the neck, at the ankles and wrists, and a smaller-than-the-Akona smoothskin flap inside the back zipper. I was able to zip myself up in this suit, no problem. One thing that was different than all other wetsuits I have looked at is that the neck closure flap does not have a downward extension to cover the zipper once you've zipped up and sealed the suit. It does have a small velcro tab just below the neck closure tab that closes over the zipper to (theoretically) keep it from accidentally unzipping. But, most suits have that AND the neck closure flap covers that, too. The ends of the arms and legs are also nicely bound, like the Akona Quantum Stretch. The worst thing I can say about this suit is that it doesn't seem to comform to my body quite as well as the other two. It is good everywhere except that if I bend my elbows or knees I notice a little bit of a ripple that forms in the suit where it's bulging slightly away from my skin. Despite that, with all the seals plus the extra thickness, I think this suit would be the warmest of the 3. And I like that is has red on it. I want a suit that does not have blue, purple, yellow, orange, or green on it, which eliminates a bunch of my options, but I'm just picky that way.

    None of these three suits has any kind of lining in the interior or any zippers at the wrists or ankles. Other than their stretchiness, they were all about the same effort to pull up my arms and legs.

    I didn't like that the regular Akona (non-Quantum Stretch) wouldn't work for me to zip it up on my own, and the neoprene felt about the same as the Cressi, but with no seals, so I would definnitely choose the Cressi over it. Which brought it down to Cressi versus Quantum Stretch. The Quantum Stretch fit just slightly better and was, maybe, just a hair easier to get on. But since they are both in the 3mm class, they were both easy to get on. So, with the Quantum Stretch being thinner neoprene, having no seals, and costing 50% more, I decided that the Cressi is the one I would keep of the three.

    But then..... I found that my LDS (local dive shop) was having a Closeout sale on the 2012 model of Scuba Pro EverFlex suits. Their websuit said they were out of stock on 3/2mm suits, but they had the 5/4mm in my size. And the 5/4 was showing as $180. I didn't really want a 5/4mm suit. But, I figured at $180, it might be worth the hassle of the extra thickness when I didn't need it and actually nice to have on some colder water dives. So, I went by at lunch to try one on.

    The Scuba Pro EverFlex 5/4mm (2012 - looks different than the one pictured here) XXL fit me just as well as the other suits I'd already tried. It felt a hair tighter around the chest and stomach, but I don't know yet if that's just their fit or if it's because it's a thicker suit. The interior of the body area has a nice gold-colored velour-like lining. I expect it would be nice for warmth. But, it doesn't extend down the arms or legs, so it doesn't really help with putting the suit on. The wrists have smoothskin seals on the inside and they extend much further up the forearm than the smoothskin on the Cressi suit. The ankles have separate smoothskin seals with a zippered cuff over them. This will allow me to put boots on over the leg seals and then zip the outer part of the suit leg over the boot. I suspect this will give a better seal at the ankles than any of the other suits I tried. And in the neck there is a smoothskin seal that is a separate piece of material from the neoprene exterior of the collar. I believe this suit would seal even better than the Cressi. There is also a small D-ring built into the right side hip/upper thigh area that is, I believe, to clip a hood when you're not wearing it. The EverFlex 5/4 also seemed to fit better around the knees and elbows than the Cressi. It stayed tight when I flexed my knees and elbows. I was able to zip it almost all the way up by myself, but not quite. But that may also be partly to do with it being a 5/4mm, so not as stretchy.

    I had all but whipped out my credit card to buy the EverFlex when I asked one last time "are you SURE you don't have this same suit in 3/2mm in my size?" The sales guy went in the warehouse to check one last time and lo and behold he turned up with one. He said it had been hung up in the Ladies suit rack by mistake or they would have already sold it. After already trying on the 5/4, I went ahead and bought the 3/2 in XXL without even unbagging it. It was only $160. If, for some reason, it doesn't fit, I think I will return it and buy the EverFlex 5/4 - return all 3 of the other suits I tried either way.

    The Cressi and the 2 Akonas I tried are all nice and if I had just bought any one of them and gone with it, I'm sure I would be quite happy. But, the Scuba Pro EverFlex just seems like a higher quality suit. And with a Closeout price putting it right in the middle of the pack, the Scuba Pro EverFlex is Stuart's Best Buy. ;-)

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    5.0

    owesome steamer

    By gusman

    from Bali

    About Me Beginner

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Diving

      Comments about Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray:

      This is a great product of scubapro.

      • Chest Size:
      • Feels true to size
      • Length:
      • Feels true to length
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      2.0

      runs narrow

      By Bill-dive instructor

      from Omaha, NE

      About Me Professional

      Pros

        Cons

        • Hard To Put On Or Off

        Best Uses

          Comments about Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray:

          I bought this suite to replace a Scuba pro I have had for ten years. I normally wear a medium shirt, I weigh 180 pounds and I am 6'1 but I could still not get the extra large suite on by myself. The chest was very narrow and it felt very tight and constricting. I sent it back and was very disappointed.

          • Chest Size:
          • Feels too small
          • Length:
          • Feels true to length
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          5.0

          Great Product!

          By Randy

          from Hampton, Virginia

          About Me Casual User

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          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Comfortable
          • Warm

          Cons

          • Hard To Put On Or Off

          Best Uses

          • Diving

          Comments about Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray:

          Scubapro makes a great product and the Everflex is no exception. Note that Scubapro wetsuits run narrow. I had to order an X-Large and it is still snug and I require assistance to zip it up. By comparison, I also own an O'Neill Sector 5mm in Large and I can zip it up without assistance using the strap. Also note that, while the description reads "Black/Grey", it should read "Black". Last year's Everflex was Black/Grey, but the current production, which Leisurepro sells, is Black, as correctly shown in the picture. I think the new solid Black design is an improvement. I am extremely pleased with this purchase.

          • Chest Size:
          • Feels true to size
          • Length:
          • Feels true to length
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          • No

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          4.0

          Excellent Constuction, Narrow fit

          By Randy

          from Hampton, Virginia

          About Me Casual User

          See all my reviews

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Warm

          Cons

          • Hard To Put On Or Off
          • Zipper Catches/Breaks

          Best Uses

          • Diving

          Comments about Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 3/2mm Men's Wetsuit, Black/Gray:

          I have not used this wetsuit in the water yet, but the construction appears excellent. Scubapro makes a fine product. When ordering, note that Scubapro wetsuits sizes run narrow. I needed an X-Large, whereas I usually take a Large in other brands.

          • Chest Size:
          • Feels too small
          • Length:
          • Feels true to length
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          • No

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          BONY C  What size i need? Good night sent my measurements in centimeters hope I can help to purchase the right size: height:... 173 cm, weight 171 pounds, chest 101 cm, waist 96 cm, I live outside the United States so requires good advice thank you very much
          Ben T  I would have to say Large.
          Shopper  Hi I am standing at a height of 180cm and weight around 80+kg. My waist is around 35inches. What is the recommended size?
          ALAN L  Hi, not sure about cm's and kg's but I am 5'11", 220lbs with a 36" waist and the XXL fits good for this product.
          Shopper  I am 5" 7', 165lb, chest 38.5, what size I need? Medium?
          RICHARD J  You really need to try a few on to find the model/brand that fits properly - even then, keep in mind that sizes mean nothing between brands. Medium is a good place to start looking.
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