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O'Neill Women's Reactor L/S 2 MM Short Spring Suit

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Product Code: 42182
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  • The O'Neill™ Women's Reactor L/S 2 MM Short Spring Suit is the choice for a warm-water surf session.


    • 30% FluidFlex™ / 70% fluid foam.
    • FluidFlex in the top sleeve and under sleeve.
    • Mesh smooth skin with fluid foam in the chest and back.
    • Smooth skin with fluid foam and dry seal in the neck.
    • Flatlock seams: For flexibility and breathability.
    • Thickness: 2mm.


    • Entry-level wetsuit.
    • YKK back zipper system.
    • Reactor spring suit: warm water series.
    • Strategic seamless paddle zones for comfort.
    • Single super seal collar for a fully adjustable seal.
    • Hidden key pocket.


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