XCEL Hawaii 4/3mm Infiniti Drylock Wetsuit - Men's - 2011 BCS
We wouldn't recommend going skiing in the XCel 4/3mm Infiniti Drylock Wetsuit, but you can certainly brave a chilly day in the waves in it. Built a bit thicker for added warmth and protection, this techy wetsuit doesn't mind if you happen to crush a few ice cubes under your board.
- Drylock zipper is 100% waterproof, and its micro-adjustability allows for a custom fit
- Crossover neck entry features separate overlapping inner front and back neck panels for easy on and off
- XCel Hawaii Inc. ditched the typical behind-the-neck zip design to eliminate flushing and allow better flexibility
- WRF (water-repellent-fiber) doesn't get bogged down with extra weight when exposed to moisture
- Engineered fit features paneled hips and pre-bent joints for full flex and range of motion
- Thermo-bamboo heat-retaining linging fuses bamboo and charcoal with polyester to enhance core insulation
- Drycuff seals employ a doughnut seal system to keep water out and provide a next-to-skin fit
- Pressure-bonded seams in lower body complement fusion seals in upper body to preserve comfort while locking water out
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When do you expect to have more size options? I am looking for size S or MS. Thanks.
September 6, 2011
Unfortunately we do not have anymore of this specific suit on order. I apologize for the inconvenience.
By: Josh Chapman
September 26, 2011
November 3, 2011
xcel's premier suit is not disappointing me. i'm an east coast surfer of 10 years, so i demand a wetsuit that willc arry me through until i have to pop on my hood. the infiniti drylock is proving to be an extremely adequate suit, especially for the cost. i'm 5'9", 147 pounds and i wear a medium in every brand. however, this one is cut just a LITTLE tight. not tight enough to go up a size, but tight enough to have a more than average amount of difficulty getting in and out of the suit. i've owned 2 xcel's in the past and never really had this problem - a 5/4/3 hooded chest zip and a 3/2 back zip.
still, overall, this suit is great. it's super warm, the new technology really shines - i haven't bought a new wetsuit in 2 years, and am shocked at how much warmer this 4/3 is than any i've ever owned. it's stretchy, warm, and the chest zip really prevents any back flush.
for the price, i recommend it. only downside is your a walking representative for xcel...but suits with minimalist design married with superior quality (patagonia, escential) are quite expensive or hard to find.
What year is this suit? It would be great if you guys posted that info for all the wetsuits. Sometimes it's hard to tell from the pictures, but suits do change from year to year. Plus it makes a difference if it's one-year-old rubber versus three-year-old rubber. Thank you!
By: Larry Layback
August 9, 2011
All of our inventory on this item is 2011 stock.
By: Arthur Debowski
August 9, 2011
October 4, 2011
Suit is great! real warm and fits great. I 'm usually a size M but i ordered this suit as a L so i could have room to grow. Even though i got a large it is still really hard to get on, but then again it's warm as hell. Another plus is that the seams on the legs are protected so they won't rip open easily. Hope to get as many years out of this as i have my other xcel 3/2 ( 3.5 years and going strong!)