The panel tights of the Californian brand Oneill has a tight fit and is therefore ideal for swimming. Due to the tight fit, fast movements are particularly well possible. In addition, the pants have a lengthened leg and thus ensures a comfortable fit.
The black trunks adorn a stripe design in blue and white.
This looks damn athletic makes for a great performance.
-Men's swimming trunks
-Small logo patch
-Contrast closure hem
-Tie ribbon on the waistband
-Tie ribbon on the waistband
-Material: 80% Polyamide, 20% Elastane
O'Neill Men's Epic 4/3mm Back Zip Full Wetsuit
- Clean graphics and sharp style lines make the Epic the best value in the industry.
- I received a medium when my measurements are 5'11" and 170lbs.
- The neck feels tight on when dry but it's perfect for when you are in the water.
- Everything should feel tight and you should have a little baggage in the armpit for rotation flexibility.
- I'm a big guy and got the xxxl and it fits me perfectly.
- Very inexpensive for the quality and the thickness didn't impede paddling whatsoever.
- It was good fit heightened (6'3") but it was super form fitting (think batman suit)....and my hubby is lean so If he gained even a pound it wouldn't have zipped.
- For sizing Keep in mind the regular XL would NOT accommodate the needed height.
- This is the first wet suit I have ever used, so I cannot compare to anything.
- I still met the criteria for a Tall Medium, and I ordered it.
- I didn't have any real trouble getting into the wet suit.
- It fits mostly snug, but I can feel some water (cold) rushing around the small of my back.
- I also used a hood and socks, and was pretty comfortable.
- I felt about the same as swimming in 80 degree water with just a swimsuit.
- My purpose for the wet suit is to free dive under my boat to clean the propeller and rudder.
- My only complaint so far is with the hook&loop closure for the neck.
- The hook portions tenaciously snags the interior lining of the wet suit, fraying the snagged area.
- It stood up to over 2 years of pretty heavy usage (he doesn't dive in it every single time).
- And came home the next day to the pungent and dank weed smell emitting from the wetsuit.
- The smell persisted to stay in my room for a good 3 and a half weeks.
O'Neill Women's Epic 4/3mm Back Zip Full Wetsuit
- I was wrong, shouldn't have ignored those reviews because it is pretty tight around my neck, but not to the point where I feel like it's choking me, it's just a smidge uncomfortable.
- I probably wouldn't have bought this if I were trying it on in a surf shop.
- Other than that, this suit definitely does what it's supposed to.
- California waters aren't always deathly cold, but I live in California so I can not function in cold (dramatic, I know).
- My wife is 5'8", about 140 lbs, athletic build with large calves, wears a 36D and the size 10 fits great.
- Was worried about the legs fitting over her calves because she can't wear crew socks comfortably.
- Wetsuits are supposed to fit snug otherwise they don't work.
- The 4/3 thickness meets expectations and blocks out the cold water temperature.
- The suit itself is snug enough around the neck, sleeves, ankles to block out water flow and is comfortable.
- I like to breathe, so got a different suit that I'm happy with and comfy wearing.
- Every seam is coming undone and the stitching is falling apart too.
- I surf 5-6 times a week and a wetsuit should hold up without any issues, especially considering how well I take care of it after every single surf.
- If you're planning to actually use your wetsuit how its meant to be (surfing, diving, etc.) DONT buy this wetsuit.
- I had an O'neill 'Epic' for 4 years and finally decided to replace it.
- The neoprene tore while I was pulling the wetsuit on over my heel within a month of purchase - just about 10 surfs.
- I bought this in a size 6S, which was a snug and overall comfortable fit.
- My only complaint about this wetsuit is that the neck is quite tight and uncomfortable.