Quiksilver Cypher 4/3 Hooded Wetsuit: For those times when you find yourself in water 54°F and below it is a good idea to slip into the Quiksilver Cypher 4/3 Hooded Wetsuit. This hooded wetsuit will keep cold water from continually flushing in and out of your suit through the neck opening as well as preventing body heat from escaping from your head. By wearing the Quiksilver Cypher 4/3 Hooded Wetsuit, you will be able to conserve the energy that your body would normally be using to keep your body warm and use it to kick ass in the water sport of your choice!
Bio-Fleece is 20% more flexible than other thermal jerseys. Made with recycled PET and infused with bamboo charcoal. The inner jersey absorbs less water, dries faster, and weighs less. XTX closed cell neoprene foam with microscopic air cells to trap and contain warmth, and reduce weight.
FIBER-LITE Neoprene is 14% more flexible. The nylon jersey infused with bamboo charcoal absorbs less water, dries faster, weighs less.
Flexmax Seam Seal is 6% more flexible than 1x liquid tape. This is the warmest, most waterproof seam sealing system with unparalleled comfort and flexibility.
Bead Lock rubberized beads strategically placed on the shoulder, wrists and ankles to prevent flushing in heavy conditions.
YKK Mini Chest Zip Entry
Thermal Smoothie Hood
Ecto Flex Knee Pads
External Leg Key Pocket
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Comments about Quiksilver Cypher 4/3 Hooded Wetsuit:
I live in Maryland and surf in Ocean City. I used this last weekend in 48 degree water and was toasty. The suit has barely any flush and keeps you nice and warm. The hood doesn't bother my neck when i don't have it on my head. IT also keeps me from losing any heat through my head. Fits true to size. Bio fleece inside keeps you warm where you need it the most. As far as i know it is durable, but i have only used it once. Quiksilver has a good warranty though so i wouldn't worry about that. I love the suit and would recommend it to anyone who surfs cold water.