Vissla 7 Seas 5/4/3 Hooded Chest Zip Wetsuit · Black
Made for cold Water 44 - 53° F / 8 -12 C
WARMTH & STRETCH
100% Super stretch Japanese limestone based neoprene - lighter, warmer, softer, stretchier, easier to put on and take off, and allows for more freedom of movement
Thermal lining insulates heat and dries fast
Dope Dyed Fabric- A softer, eco-friendly, anti-fade made by Bluesign approved mills.
AquaA eco-friendly water-based lamination is completely solvent free with no harmful chemicals.
Back zip entry offers ease of entry/exit from the wetsuit for the young surfer
Tailored fit - anatomically correct engineered body lines allow for unrestricted performance and warmth
DURABLE & WATERTIGHT
Short Back zipper features the Thermal Flush Barrier entry which blocks out water for maximum warmth
Tripled glued, double blind stitched seams
Vissla super stretch Neo 2.0 tape allows for maximum seam sealing while having unrestricted stretch and comfort
Easy access secure key cord
Knee pad, Supratex abrasion resistant for flexibility and strength
Glideskin on the neck seals to skin to prevent flushing
Treat with special care! Rinse wetsuit thoroughly inside and out with fresh water
Hang dry in a cool shaded area and avoid hanging in direct sun light. When changing, avoid standing on the wetsuit.
Don't forget about the hands and feet! Surf year-round and stay warm while doing it with the right wetsuitaccessories to match your suit. Why not check out our range of booties and mitts?
Please visit our customer care page for returns, exchanges and all customer service inquiries prior to placing your order.
CANADA* SHIPPING RATES
FREE Curbside Pickup FREE Orders over $150, exclusions below apply (shipped using Canada Post Expedited Parcel with tracking) FREESurfskates, iSUPs, paddles, PFDs $15 Flat rate shipping for soft goods and select hard goods accessories for orders under $150 $25Hand planes, wompers, day bags, travel bags, balance boards, skimboards, bodyboards, bike/wall racks $100 Surfboards shorter than 8 foot $200 Surfboards 8 foot and longer
If you prefer, choose CURBSIDE PICK-UP to avoid any costs and pop by our shop at your leisure to collect your online order.
*Additional charges may apply for shipments to the Northwestern Territories and remote locations. Our team will contact you with a shipping quote.
CONTINENTAL USA** SHIPPING RATES
FREE Orders over $150 anywhere in Continental United States (exclusions below apply) FREESurfskates, iSUPs, paddles, PFDs $20Flat rate shipping for soft goods and select hard goods accessories for orders under $150 $30 Hand planes, wompers, day bags, travel bags, balance boards, skimboards, bodyboards, bike/wall racks
We do not ship surfboards to the USA.
**Additional charges may apply for shipments to Hawaii and Alaska, as well as remote locations in Continental States.
Any duties, taxes or associated brokerage fees will be the responsibility of the customer.For additional shipping inquiries — please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you prefer, chooseCURBSIDE PICK-UPto avoid any costs and pop by our shop at your leisure to collect your online order.
We proudly ship worldwide and have shipped products to over 25 countries. International shipping rates are automatically calculated and shown at checkout.
We do not ship surfboards internationally.
Additional shipping rates may apply depending on location and type of item. We will contact you if there are extra fees associated with your order and reserve the right to cancel your order and issue a refund if we are unable to ship your order at a reasonable price.
Orders will be packaged and ship out within 2 business days (our shop is closed Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays)
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