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Cute, lightweight and small
This is a very thin wetsuit - only 1.5 mil, so be aware of that. If you want a little more warmth, go for Billabong (2mm) or Roxy (3mm). It looks cute on (it has a purple& white logo on the front and back) but like most Oneill women's wetsuit products, I feel this runs small. I'm 5"11, 135lbs, am a size 6 dress, and generally wear an 8Tall in wetsuits (but not in Oneill). I bought this in a 10 based on the size charts (knowing it wouldn't be a great fit b/c they don't make Talls in the long john models). So the height part aside, I just barely sausaged my way into this wetsuit. Although after surfing in it a few times, it felt like it got stretched out/worn in a bit so it wasn't so tight. However, I probably would have fit better in a 12. If you live in FL or HI where the water is super warm and just need something to help with morning chill, this is a good choice. If you live in CA, like me, I would go with a 2 or 3mm spring jane instead.
San Diego, CA
Fit: Feels too small
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Nice model bad zipper
I used it for open water swimming in the ocean, it feels confortable but the zipper is not of good quality, it broke on my second day of using it. It was very inconvenient because I had to stop muy swimming routine with the team. :(
merida, yucatan mexico
Fit: Feels true to size
A good product, BUT.
This is a good product and just what I was looking for. It's excellent for ocean swimming. It does run very small so order with that in mind. I knew that from other reviews but the only size available on sale was the 10 (which is what I usually wear) so I took a chance. It is very difficult to get on but I can manage with a lot of struggling, so will keep it and hope I don't gain even 1 pound. Not any easy thing at 72 years of age.
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Jack O'Neill began surfing in 1952, before functional surf apparel was invented. While working for the Army Air Corps, O'Neill discovered neoprene foam in a DC-3 airplane. He then combined the neoprene carpeting with duct tape to create the first neoprene wetsuit.
Demand for O'Neill's neoprene wetsuits grew rapidly and he began a business selling the O'Neill wetsuits out of his garage. By 1980, he was a leader in the beach apparel industry with a thriving business. Since then, O'Neill™ has become a widely recognized and respected brand in the surf industry, continually creating new and innovative products. In addition to O'Neill wetsuits, they carry O'Neill boardshorts, O'Neill dresses, O'Neill hats, O'Neill rash guards, O'Neill swimsuits, O'Neill water shoes, O'Neill sandals, O'Neill life jackets and O'Neill t-shirts.
In addition to his business success, O'Neill also created a non-profit foundation for kids. O'Neill developed the O'Neill Sea Odyssey Program: a free, educational cruise that introduces kids to the microbiology of the Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary, beginning at Jack O'Neill's doorstep.