#40 Yamamoto Neoprene | Stretchier Neoprene Arms, Shoulders, Neck
#39 Yamamoto Japanese Neoprene | Lower body with Compression Liner
Latitude 30° – 40°
13–16°C Sea Temp
Model pictured wears a size M: Height 5’10” (178 cm), Weight 165 lbs (75 kg), Chest 40” (102 cm), Waist 33" (84 cm), Inseam 32" (81 cm)
Note: size LTS is designed specifically for a surfer build with long arms and legs where a MT is too short on the arms/legs and the LT is too loose.
Perfect for winter in southern NSW, VIC, SA and southern WA, or autumn / spring in TAS, the Shield 3.3 Zipfree Hooded wetsuit has quickly become known as the “Super Hero” of the range in colder climates and windy conditions, due to its combination of light weight, flexibility and warmth.
Made from the ideal combination of Yamamoto’s new eco-friendly limestone based, ultra premium #40 and #39 neoprenes, which are significantly stretchier and more durable than standard petroleum neoprene.
Plus they are hydrophobic, only absorbing 2% water!
The new Shield zipfree entry / exit design extends on the “Arms Up” design philosophy, resulting in virtually zero shoulder restriction, while the supercharged compression technology further reduces fatigue.
The Isurus Shield zipfree range just might change how you think about wetsuits!
At Isurus, our passion is to build world-class wetsuits that stand up to the harshest conditions the ocean might offer.
Living and surfing in and along the California coast, a frequent topic of conversation was just how much wetsuit innovation had stagnated and quality had deteriorated. It is about designing a wetsuit that improves surfer performance. Click for more about Isurus.