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Ocean Hunter Camo Lycra Suit
Suit from Ocean Hunter perfect for protecting your skin in hot tropical water or covering up your surfing wet suit to provide a camouflage print.

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Ocean Hunter Camo Lycra Suit

The Ocean Hunter Camo Lycra suit is ideal for the tropical regions of Australia. Made from high-tech nylon lycra, the stingersuit features:

  • Rear-zip design with a neoprene comfort strip around the neck to seal out water flow.
  • Ocean Hunter Loading Pad on chest.
  • Integrated thumb loops and foot stirrups.
  • Supratex knee pads for optimum abrasion resistance.

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How thick is this suit

Lycra is 1mm at the most. Lycra suits are not neoprene wetsuits and so they are not designed to add much warmth. Yes a small extra warmth and some wind protection. The main purpose of a lycra suit is to protect from the Sun, stingers, affords some protection from abrasions or cuts when coming in contact the reef or rocks. This OH Blue Camo lycra suit has an additional purpose; it can also be used to wear over your existing wetsuit offering a blue water camo pattern with out having to buy a new blue water suit when making a short BW Hunting trip. note: They add almost zero additional buoyancy Kind regards, Extreme Spearfishing - 02 9907 4911

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