Billabong Synergy Full Wetsuit

3/2mm Black Women’s Surfing Swimsuit

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Posted: Jul 9 | 2 Comments | Buyer Ratings: 0.0/10 |

If you want to mix it with the boys on the beach you'll need to forget about those skimpy bikinis and opt for a wetsuit. While this Billabong Synergy wetsuit might not attract a lot of male attention, it will serve you well when you're riding the waves.

This full wetsuit is crafted from 100% stretch neoprene to ensure you're not held back in the water. Billabong also uses its patented Airlite Superflex neoprene throughout much of the top for even greater flexibility. A wetsuit can take a beating in the big surf, but the flatlocked stitched seams and heavy duty steel zipper makes this one virtually indestructible.

It might be tougher than The Rock, but that doesn't mean Billabong has forgotten about comfort. The jersey material which lines the interior is silky soft for the most sumptuous fit. Its lycra collar is also designed to resist chafing.

Billabong stands behind the quality of its Synergy wetsuits, so it offers a one-year warranty on purchase. Of course, if you handle it with care and always remember to rinse it out with fresh water when you're done it should last so much longer.

It's rare to find such a well-made wetsuit for less than $100. It won't be the most fashionable item on the beach, but it'll definitely do the job.

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