Rip Curl Women's Dawn Patrol 4/3 Back Zip Wetsuit · Black
The Women's Dawn Patrol 4/3 chest zip offers the perfect balance between function and aesthetic appeal. This wetsuit has many of the high end features you will find in our Ultimate suits. We use a combination of E5 in the arms and Freeflex neoprene in the body along with 3/4 thermo lining. The entire suit is glued and blindstitched with taping in critical stress points to increase durability.
46 - 62° F / 7 - 16° C
E5 Flashlining + Tape
Glue And Blindstitched
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UNITED STATES (*Continental)
FREE Orders over $200, excluding boards $50 Surfskates, iSUPs, balance boards, skimboards, bodyboards, travel board bags $250 Surfboards shorter than 8 foot $500 Surfboards 8 foot and longer
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