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Hi, Ive only been diving in warm waters out in SE Asia (Thailand) and Ive been freezing at temps of 26-27 celcius. I even wear two shorty suits plus a long sleeve rash guard. Any suggestion for the mm thickness I should get? I want to be able to use the wetsuit in waters in North/Central America once I return. A scuba instructor suggested I may want 4 or 5mm. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!
Greetings, looking at buying a Scubapro 5mm Oneflex Steamer suit for my 17 year old son who would fit a Medium Tall or Medium Large size but you dont appear to carry. Is this right? The sizes each side of these wont fit. Cheers, Julian
Hello Julian, the size chart is the general size chart for there line of wet suits. This suit only comes in the standard sizes this does not come in the tall or short version. If you are looking for a ScubaPro that does then take a look at the http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-42/249217/ScubaPro-5-4mm-Everflex-Steamer-Super-Stretch-Wetsuit-for-2014.html.
Newly designed Oneflex suits maximize use and function.
They are made of a strong but stretchable neoprene with a tough nylon lining with a new anti-abrasion material on knees, perfect for an all-round entry-level wetsuit.
Oneflex suits offer comfort and long life even with intensive use.
Includes convenient color coded size indications for diving centers and rentals.
Available in 7, 5 and 3mm.
Available for shipment to U.S. zip codes only