Very good wetsuit, very light, stretchy, easy to get on and warm enough to use in Tassie winter.
Bought the 3/2 mm suit on sale for $330, got an average $300 suit. Happy with environmentally credentialed limestone neoprene but it's just not stretchy, the arms on my 3/2 Need Essentials steamer stretch better than the legs on this. Also arm and leg openings are completely unstretchy had to fight like crazy to get my hands and feet through, is not particularly warm (other suit warmer). Also chest zip is free so you have to thread the zip (like a jacket) as opposed to being retained like a jean zip, complete pain, also the the zip part is further down your chest when closed and forms a bulky spot on your right upper chest. All in all average $300 wetsuit, if you have paid full price for this then you have been done.
Really happy with the first couple of surfs I've had down in Victoria towards the end of this winter season! Felt super cosy in this suit, as did my partner who was desperately needing an upgrade! Fits really snug and is very comfortable. The only thing I've noticed is that the limestone lining is a bit slippy against my upper body when paddling hard. Otherwise a huge thumbs up!
Best wettie I’ve owned. Light, flexible, warm and quick drying. A little tight around the arms to put on however still a great wettie. And the service is just as good. Thanks Radiator Team.
Got the medium
Medium in absolutely everything else but radiator medium is definitely not the right fit
Wrists arms ankles calves near impossible to get on
More like a tri suit material
Cover yourself in cheap conditioner and May be it works but not on a cold beach in winter