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Seac Space Man 7MM Wetsuit

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Feeling at ease during a dive is always a matter involving many different factors, most importantly, a comfortable wetsuit. For this reason, the Space has been developed in a warm, comfortable neoprene designed for proper stretch, regardless of body shape. Seac Space is available in many sizes, designed with specific cuts for both men and women. Donning is quick and easy even in non-optimal conditions like high temperature and high humidity. It is a one-piece wetsuit made of Ultrastretch neoprene and rear zip with inner flap to ensure a barrier against water leakage. Aquastop system on wrists and ankles are provided with double neoprene cones and zippers. SEAC Space has been designed to guarantee great freedom of movement in all conditions, thanks to the embossed inserts positioned on the inside of the elbows and behind the knees. Chest and shoulder areas, the most stressed equipment friction points, have been reinforced with geometric pattern design inserts. A rubber sleeve insert has been positioned on left wrist to firmly hold your dive computer. Seac Space is available in 5 or 7 mm neoprene.

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    Seac Space 7mm Wetsuit

    Posted by Naui Instructor on Jul 27th 2021

    I think I tried on at least six, 7mm wetsuits before I found the Seac Space, which I have renamed, "Spaceman". I'm about 6', 220lbs and the standard, XXL fits me perfectly, no baggy spots anywhere on the suit. I addition, the quality is spectacular. No shortcuts were taken with the suit, it has zippers and Seac's "Auqastop System" on all of the main water intrusion points, plus the back zipper pull is plenty long enough to put the suit on and take it off easily by yourself. I especially appreciate the zipper at the neck, which takes the pressure off of the collar that some wetsuits can apply to the front/base of your neck. Certifying students at the local quarry is going to be so much easier to deal with in the Seac "Spaceman". Thanks Dolphin Scuba friends!