Henderson 7mm Aqua Lock Hyperstretch Mens Wetsuit Q870MB-01-XS 150467

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Henderson 7mm Aqua Lock Hyperstretch Mens Wetsuit

3XLarge Add $78.00
  • Hyperstretch will stretch 200% more than standard neoprene
  • Seams are taped for reduced water entry and increased warmth and durability
  • Golden micro fleece lined interior for faster drying and superior warmth
  • Flexible stylistic  Duratex knee pads provide exceptional grip and durability
  • Aquasilk exterior fabric provides rugged durability with ultra soft feel
  • Interlocking wrist, ankle, and neck openings with Aqua Loc accessories- see below to order
  • Double locking wrist and ankle zipper cuffs
  • Get a custom wetsuit without the added costs!
  • Adjustable velcro collar - helps keep cold water out
  • Back Zip with Leash (pull cord)
  • MENS SIZES: XSmall through 3XLarge

Customer Reviews for Henderson 7mm Aqua Lock Hyperstretch Mens Wetsuit:

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Average Customer Review: based on 4 reviews.

Rating: Henderson 7mm Aqua Lock Hyperstretch Wetsuit Review - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews
Reviewer: Jose Wantland  -  View all my reviews
I have had rented different brands and models before and started noticing a lot of divers wearing this brand and model, So I asked them and they always said it is the best wetsuit, very flexible and very warm.

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Rating: Aqualock review
Reviewer: Jason G.
Simply amazing "locking" system. As much as the choice and fit of a wetsuit is a personal thing, the aqua-lock system delivers. Theres no slippage of gloves, boots or hood giving a snug and not slack feeling of security and comfort. Loads of sizing possibilities meant I was able to choose a wetsuit that fit me personally...oh, and 7mm - VERY warm! I dive at altitude and in glacial waters quite comfortably with Hendersons 7mm suit.

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29 out of 49 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Excellent Suit!
Reviewer: Don C.  -  View all my reviews
The Aqua lock system is Fantastic! Did 5 dives here in the Northeastern US, in this suit. Including one night and one deep dive (74ft). Water temp was 58 degrees. The suit kept me very warm. Im convinced colder water would not have affected me. The interlocking of the suit with the gloves and boots, traps just enough water for your body to warm it and keep it there. My entire dive party complained of being cold, but not me. Fleece lining makes it a breeze to put on even when wet and it dries quick.i highly recommend this suit!

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Rating: stay warm
Reviewer: david wilson  -  View all my reviews
Just got back from Catalina Island, Emerald Bay. Did 5 dives over the 3 days. Suit was easy to get on and off. Deepest dive was 73 feet and the suit was warm and I was never cold.

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Questions and Answers for Henderson 7mm Aqua Lock Hyperstretch Mens Wetsuit:

  • Thomas:

    I was looking to purchase the Aqua Lock wetsuit , my chest is 39, waist 33, height 511", and weight 165, would you recommend the med, med tall, or med large size?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Thomas, going by your measurements I would suggest the Medium-Large size.

  • Lori:

    Any experience using an aqua lock wetsuit and dealing with the need to urinate during a dive? Less water flow, so does urine just stay in the suit? Rough topic, but reality with diving...

    Aaron  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hi Lori There are divers who have urinated in their wetsuit or those who have lied about it. All joking aside any wetsuit with semidry seals will always retain more of your urine. Just remember to wash thoroughly after wards. http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-5/030124/500psi-Wetsuit---BC-Wash---Shampoo-with-Conditioner-Cleaner.html

  • Don:

    How would you compare the Henderson 7mm semi dry suit with appropriate gloves and booties to the Henderson 7m hyperstretch wetsuit with the appropriate glove and booties in the aqua lock configuration? Also what might you recommend as an appropriate alternative in the wetsuit catagory to the afore mentioned Henderson items. I am interested in the relative warmth of the systems mentiomed, not specific temperatures. Thanks. Sincerely, Don Grant

    Kevin  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The Henderson 8/7mm Thermoprene Front Zip Semi Dry Wetsuit with Attached Hood http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-101/153245/Henderson-8-7mm-Thermoprene-Front-Zip-Semi-Dry-Wetsuit-with-Attached-Hood.html will be a warmer suit because of reduced water movement, but can be harder to fit. The Henderson7mm Aqua Lock Hyperstretch Wetsuit will tend to be more comfortable and fit a wider range of people. For personal recommendations please contact our instructors at info@scuba.com

  • Gary:

    Hello, I have started sailing a Hobie wave catamaran. I live on a small lake and right now I go sailing in just a bathing suit however I will want to sail in the cooler fall and early spring weather and I am looking for a wet suit for that reason. So my question is what should I look for? A temperate water or cold water wet suit? I am thinking a full body wet suit would be appropriate. I am looking for something that will allow me to use every sailable day no matter how cold as long as the water is not frozen. Could you make a recommendation. Please be as specific as you can. Note. I am not just talking about being warm on the boat, but in the event of capsizing which by the way I did today for the first time. In 90 degree weather it was fun but in colder weather I am sure I will need some kind of protection. Thanks

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Gary, going with a temperate suit you will have better flex ability in the suit and since you are not going to be in the water all the time I think the 5mm section will do very well for you.

  • james:

    I have not had a wet suit in 40 + years. I am a body wramper or body surfer for those who dont know. The last suit I had cause to many rashes in the under arm area to wear for a long time and short shelve suits were no good for cold water. Are their any suits for me out their? and what is the price range.

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Aqualock is the most comfortable suit available.

  • Neil:

    I am an Advanced Open Water Diver about to go for my "Ice Dive Certification". My question to you is I have the 6.5MM Mares Trilastic Semi dry suit but my concern is that this suit will not be warm enough for the certification dives. 2 dives day 1 and 1 dive day 2 of my certification. I plan on investing in a dry suit in the future but dont have the money right now. Will I be ok in this suit for 2 days of diving ? Thanks.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    That is impossible for us to say not knowing the water temps and such. You'd be better off asking your instructor and getting the advice of the expert in the type of diving you are going to be engaging in.

  • Josh:

    Majority of my diving will be done on the north coast of California, from Monterey to Salt Point. Trying to decide if I would need to purchase the hooded vest with the 7mm Aqua Lock or if the stand alone hood and suit would be fine for average temps here (50-60 degrees). If not, also considering the ScubaPro Nova Scotia. Thanks for your help!

    Aaron  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hi Josh, Being from southern California I'd recommend a hooded vest along with your wetsuit. Either suit I'd suggest gearing up warmer for the area your diving. Remember is easy to cool down but impossible to warm up if your cold in the water.

  • John:

    Planning an 11 day liveaboard in Socorro in early March.. Boat recommends a 7MM suit, but wondering if Hendersons 5MM aqualock would be better coupled with an aqualock vest? Water temps are anywhere from 69-74. I have often heard that layering multiple suits is a more effective alternative than getting one heavier suit.

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    A 5mm with a vest would be plenty

  • Fabiano:

    Hi ! Im male 183 pounds ,5 ,9 high ,34 wast ,38 chest what size should I pick for me? please thanks

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Fabiano, going by your measurements you would be a size Medium. When you are sizing a wet suit or dive skin the two most important measurements are your chest/bust and waist. Height is a secondary measurement and weight is the last measurement you would take into account.

  • dan:

    Im going to Tonga to swim and dive with Humpbacks, dive operation recommends 7mm suit Im looking for a suit that will keep me warm and as easy to put on and take off as possible.

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Dan, yes this suit would fit the bill for you. The fleece lining with help keep you warm and the super-stretch material will help get the suit on and off easier.

  • Brooke:

    Hello, I recently became certified, and was embarrassed that I had to wear a mens 3xl wetsuit, simply because it seems the womens suits were IMPOSSIBLE to get on! I have the aqua lock hood, and it slides effortlessly on my head, I love that, does this wetsuit provide the same ease? And I would say Im a 16/18 in womens jeans, with uhmm, a large bust to match... So would a mens suit suit me better? Or would the fit of a mens suit not fit right with a womens body? I would really like my own gear, and if this is as comfortable and easy to put on as the hood, Im sold.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The Aqua Lock suit will offer the same flexibility and stretch as the hood does, which will make it a great deal easier to get off and on than a traditional neoprene suit. The super-stretch neoprene used in this suit stretches up to 250% more than standard neoprene. In the over all scheme of things, suits made specifically for women, with a cut for women haven''t been around all that long. It wasn''t that many years ago that mens suits were the only patterns available. The way I like to put it to customers and students is "if it fits, wear it". The most important measurements any time you purchase a wetsuit using the manufacturer''s sizing charts will always be your waist and chest/bust measurements. The suit needs to fit your torso correctly in order to do its job properly. Keep in mind there is no such thing as a comfortable wetsuit on the surface. You want it to be snug, but not cut off circulation to your extremities. The more snug it is, the thinner the layer of water your body is heating. If its too loose you will remain warm for awhile, but eventually your body won''t be able to keep up with the greater amount of water flowing through the suit and you''ll wind up getting cold faster. After that your height is a secondary measurement. The manufacturers realize that generally speaking your boots and gloves can overlap slightly short arms and legs, or the diver can push or roll up longer sleeves and/or arms if need be. Weight is a measurement the diver can usually ignore. It really has little to no bearing what so ever on the sizing and fit of your suit. The manufacturers do not take into account muscle being more dense than fat, so based simply on fitness levels 2 people can be the exact same size but quite different in weight. This measurement should only be used if the person is literally on the fence between 2 sizes in all categories.

  • Jessica:

    Im looking for a wetsuit I can dive in temperatures around 14-6 degrees celsius in Australia. I was told to invest in a semi-dry suit although reading reviews about the Henderson 7mm Aqua Lock suit is swaying me. Is this suit a good quality, durable suit or should I invest in a semi-dry?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The Aqualock would be a very good suit in those temperatures. Those temps are very similar to what we experience in Southern California diving and this is one of the more common suits we see here.

  • Jessica:

    Is the Hyperstretch a newer neoprene used or exactly as the Henderson 7MM Aqua Lock wetsuit?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    We aren''t entirely clear on what you are asking, but this suit does use the most current blend of Hyperstretch Neoprene being offered by Henderson USA.

  • Fred:

    I plan to dive in Monterey CA with temps in the 50s. Do you recommend this suit or a farmer john style suit?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Hello Fred, yes this suit would work for where you are diving to help keep you warm. If you go with a 2 piece you will double the warmth in the core but lose a lot of flex ability in your movement. When you are sizing a wet suit or dive skin the two most important measurements are your chest/bust and waist. Height is a secondary measurement and weight is the last measurement you would take into account

Aqua Lock®

Henderson is proud to introduce the Aqua Lock®
wetsuit system. This revolutionary wetsuit system
design is the first of its kind to offer
interlocking wetsuit wrists, ankles and neck
openings, which are designed specifically to mate
with interlocking Aqua Lock® hoods, boots and
gloves to form a nearly impenetrable seal which
minimizes cold water entry into the Aqua Lock®
ensemble. The Aqua Lock® wetsuits offer over 250%
stretch for unsurpassed comfort and a superior

Warranty & Repair Information

Henderson Brand wetsuits are backed with the most
comprehensive consumer warranty in the business.
With over 50 years of experience in designing and
manufacturing wetsuits we have developed a
reputation of quality and performance. Since every
Henderson wetsuit is originally designed and
manufactured at its USA factory, Henderson can
provide warranty and repair services, unlike other
brands that simply resell wetsuits designed and
manufactured by companies outside the USA. The
Customer experience and Customer service are our
number one priorities. We understand that there
are many choices for you to consider and Henderson
wants to make certain that every wetsuit that
bears our logo provides the confidence and trust
our customer has come to expect from Henderson
Dive Wear.

Henderson neoprene wetsuits that have been
registered by their owners at ( hendersonusa.com)
are warranted for up to 10 years as follows:
10 years (zipper)
5 years (on all material and workmanship with the
exception of damage due to Chlorine, sunlight or
1 year “Head to Toe” (except for wetsuit that have
been lost, stolen or damaged in use)
This warranty is non transferable.
Products which are not covered by the 10 year
warranty will be marked and warranted as follows:
for a period of 1 year from the time of purchase.
to be free of manufacturing defects at the time of
Please read the applicable warranty information
and care instruction attached and or provided with
the product at the time of purchase. If you are
uncertain of the warranty coverage simply return
the product by following the instruction ( below)
for evaluation.

Henderson will replace or repair, at our
discretion, any product proving to be defective.
This warranty does not apply to damages caused by
misuse, lack of reasonable care, accidents or loss
of the product. If you believe your garment is
defective or if you wish to have it repaired,
please return them via UPS, Express Mail or any
other reliable method that allows the product to
be insured and traced if lost, directly to:

Henderson Dive Wear
1 Whitall Avenue
Millville, NJ 08332

Please include a photocopy of your warranty
registration receipt, your name, daytime phone
number, and return shipping address. Allow 2-3
weeks for repair and replacement.


Warranty is provided on products sold in the
Continental USA only. Warranty claims will be
accepted on products from outside the continental
USA; however all shipping, duty and customs fees
are the responsibility of the owner.

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