ScubaPro 5/4mm Everflex Steamers Mens Wetsuit 63.348.500 249221

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ScubaPro 5/4mm Everflex Steamers Mens Wetsuit

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  • Brand new & completely redesigned
    Not like most other sites that sell the old discontinued model
  • 100% Flexible 4-way EverFlex (Super Stretch) neoprene - will stretch 200% more than standard neoprene
  • Spinepad keeps the chill out
  • Tatex kneepads for abrasion resistance
  • Heavy duty metal zipper
  • Zippered ankels for easy donning/doffing
  • Back Zip with Leash (pull cord)
  • 5mm throughout the main body for greater warmth
  • 4mm strategic panels for better fit and mobility
  • I-SAFE patch allows divers to thread their wrist computers through it ensuring added instrument protection
  • MENS SIZES: Small through 3XLarge
  • COLORS: Black/Gray


Customer Reviews for ScubaPro 5/4mm Everflex Steamers Mens Wetsuit:

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Rating: ScubaPro 5/4mm Everflex Steamers Mens Wetsuit Review - Scuba Gear Reviews
Reviewer: Mark a Akimov
I love it! Its so high quality! And very well put together. I would advise this suit very much so. Great fit, comfortable, And great looking.

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Questions and Answers for ScubaPro 5/4mm Everflex Steamers Mens Wetsuit:

  • ken:

    other than price, whast the major difference between, scuba pro, everflex and Henderson aqua lock.??? I am a lg. short. do both have my size and are they fast drying?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    It is mostly a ford/chevy type comparison. Both are top quality suits that will do the trick for you. Neither is any faster drying than the other. for info on inventory and availability please contact our instructors at

  • Micah:

    I got the Scubapro Everflex 5/4 mm and found that the suit did not fit. I could not get the back zipper, which zips sideways zipped without someone helping me. The suit was a little tight. I have Henderson Thermaxx in a M 3m, and it fits good, and the straight back zip is great, no problems zipping it. I am 5-8 to 5-9 in height, and a chest between 40 and 41. I weigh 160 lbs. Should I try the ScubaPro in L?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    yes. The large would be a better fit.

  • hyuny:

    Sorry height size error. My size Chest 37", Waist 33", Hip 37.5", Height 510.5", Weight 152 lb. What size do you recommend?

    Chance  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Based on those measurements I would recommend size Large Tall.

  • Cho:

    I am 5.8, 172 lbs. My chest is 38", waist 36" and hips 39". What size suit should I get? Thanks for the help.

    Dave  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    I would go with the size medium

  • William:

    I am really interested in the ScubaPro 5/4mm Everflex Steamers Mens Wetsuit, but I am at a loss on what size i need. I am 59 and 198 lbs. My chest is 43", waist 41.5" hips 42.5" and neck 15.5". What size suit should I get? Thanks for the help.

    Dave  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    I would recommend getting the large round. It is not listed on the sizing chart but it adds two extra inches in both the chest and waist measurements.

  • Philip:

    Im about 57 in height and 130lbs. What Size should I get for the 5/4am everflex?

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    The more important measurement are going to be the waist and chest then you look at the height.

  • Ken:

    Im looking at your 5mm suits for my wife and I. I am 62"/210lbs, she is 56"/125lbs. both athletic builds. I have an extra long ape index, wide shoulders, 35" waist. what sizes do you recommend for us?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Ken, when you are sizing a wetsuit or dive skin. The two most important measurements are going to be your chest/bust and waist. Height is a secondary measurement and weight is the last measurement you take into account. If you are long in the core than you would be looking at one of the tall version.

  • Bill:

    I am a male and am trying to size the 5/4 EverFlex Steamer and I seem to fall in between sizes. My measurements are as follows: Height - 70", Chest 38-1/2", Waist 32-1/2", Hips 36" and Weight 155 lbs. Can you advise as to what would be the most appropriate size for me to purchase?

    Kevin  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    According to the manufacture''s sizing chart you would fit into a medium.

  • jack:

    the lake where i swim goes down to about 53-55 degrees in winter. im in for about 2 hours at a time. my bare 3mm leaves me shivering for hours afterwards, but Im nervous about losing the flexibility of the thinner neoprene for swimming. will this be sufficiently warm and flexible?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Jack, dyes that will give you added warmth for the colder months swimming and will also give you the flex in the arms and legs you are looking for.

  • Ovunc:

    Sorry asked this by mistake under the women`s one. Just did my measurements: 5.11, chest 39, waist 36-38, hips (below the abdominal fat pad) 34, not sure if large round is a better choice than large. I like a very snug fit to minimize water circulation and rather have difficulty putting it on dry.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    ScubaPro''s suits can run a little bit to the small side of their sizing charts. The Large Round would be a better choice based on your measurements.

  • dominic:

    compared to others hows the durability because I spend allday in water as a job in FL in summer sponge diving and spearfishing westcoast side

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Dominic, this is a very good quality wet suit. This suit should last you for many years.

  • Ann:

    Ive been looking for a 5mm suit but am having a hard time finding anything that fits. I have a ScubaPro Profile 2.5 which fits me perfectly. It is a M/40 female. I like the concept of the ScubaPro 5/4 Everflex Steamer but not sure if the fit would work for me. What would you recommend? Im 57" with a 34" inseam (all legs short torso), 33" chest, 261/2" waist, 35" hips and athletic.

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Ann, if you already own a ScubaPro suit you would be looking at the same size. This suit would just be thicker. When you are sizing a wetsuit or dive skin. The two most important measurements are going to be your chest/bust and waist. Height is a secondary measurement and weight is the last measurement you take into account.

  • Paul:

    I has become an impossible feet finding a wet suit that fits. I am 5-9, my waist is 33 inches and my chest is 47 inches. Even a 2XXS is not suitable. Will scuba pro make a custom wetsuit that will fit my build?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Paul, not sure if they do custom suits like you need. But if you go to that will list a few places in the country that do make custom suits.

  • Julian:

    A sizing question. Im 5 foot 8 inches tall, 44" chest, 35" waist and 185 pounds. What would you recommend?

    Darrick  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    Hello Julian, going by your measurements you would be a size Large Round.

  • Rich:

    I am 62" and 290 lbs, I am looking at the 4X but am concerned with the legs and arm being to long, any recommendations?

    Arthur  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    You actually want to focus on your waist and chest measurements.

  • Robert:

    I am 64", 205 lbs, 34 waist and 42 chest. All upper torso and a 34" inseam, what size should fit me best? I am thinking a xl tall. Thanks.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    That would be an excellent choice. It might be a little loose in the waist but will fit nicely every where else.


    I want a small tall size. Do you have stock?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    For questions regarding inventory availability please contact our instructors at as stock levels vary daily.

  • Mike:

    Hi. What does "Large Round" mean? The sizing chart doesnt seem to have a size like that listed.

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at

    The round option means the sizing is the same except for the chest and the hip areas. There are a couple inches extra added into both areas.

Your advanced, extra-comfortable EverFlex line has been stylishly redesigned to give you even better fit and freedom.

Many of the same tested features are included, but our EverFlex neoprene steamers are now in a pre-formed dimensional shape so it fits and moves more naturally with your body and delivers unparalleled comfort, stretch and flexibility.

We have also added heliospan lining in the torso area of the steamers, for added protection and insulation. EverFlex provides excellent fit for a wide range of people. If you are tired of the struggle to get into your suit, EverFlex is for you.

  • 100% EverFlex neoprene material construction using multi-thickness panels for a superior combination of warmth and flexibility.
  • Interior chest and back panels in absorbent Heliospan material. This smooth fabric is comfortable against the skin and soaks up and holds water, providing extra insulation and warmth.
  • Double-blind stitched outer seams and single-blind stitched inner seams mean virtually water-tight seams overall, for extra durability and comfort.
  • Glideskin seals at the wrist, ankles and neck to minimize water transfer.
  • Ankle zippers with Glideskin seals on the 7/5mm and 5/4mm steamers.
  • Smooth-cut neckline for enhanced non-pulling comfort.
  • Compression-molded combination zipper flap/spinepad to reduce water entry and improve back protection.
  • Nylon webbing thumb loop at base of back zipper for easy donning.
  • Integrated Tatex knee and shoulder pads for abrasion resistance. Protective treatment on elbows.
  • Metal main zipper slider is sturdy yet easy to operate.
  • Treat yourself to total comfort with our new thickness offering, the 3/2mm EverFlex steamer. This warm water suit looks great on and feels so comfortable you will forget you are wearing one.
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