Level Six Women's 1.2mm Neoprene Maya Front Zip High Neck Bikini Top

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SKU: CWS-MAYA
Product Code: 8154320
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  • Stand up paddle boarders deserve their own specific bikini top. The Level Six Women’s 1.2mm Neoprene Maya Front Zip High Neck Bikini Top includes a small storage pocket on the upper chest. It also sports an open T-back with an adjustable strap so you can soak up some rays in the perfect fit.

    Fabric & Care

    • Hand wash and hang dry.
    • UPF 50+ sun protection.
    • 1.2mm Neoprene.

    Details

    • Women’s bikini top.
    • High neck.
    • Full front zipper.
    • Small pocket on upper chest.
    • T-strap back.
    • Specific to SUP wear.

    Sizing & Fit

    • Adjustable back strap.
    • Sizes X-Small—X-Large.

    Country of Origin

    • Made in Canada.

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Level Six

Created in 1997, Level Six is a leader in providing innovative designs and progressive styles for their paddle sport audience. The founders and current directors of Level Six, Stig Larsson and Tyler Lawlor, are accomplished professional athletes who aim to give the paddling world a distinct identity of its own. With innovative, distinctive apparel and the best working gear on the market, Level Six continues to redesign, challenge, and recreate paddling gear as we know it today.

With Stig and Tyler’s passion for paddling and the outdoors linked so directly to the natural environment, Level Six leads the charge with respect to river and environmental conservation. New projects and partnerships allow them to make great strides in conservation and to help ensure the great waterways are around for future generations.