needessentials 4mm/3mm Premium Chest Zip Steamer
- Glued, taped and blind-stitched construction
- Chest zip
- Limestone-based V-Foam Neoprene lined with ultrastretch jersey
- Sealed cuffs
- Dura Glide smoothie back panel with polypropylene lining
The needessentials premium 4mm/3mm Chest Zip Steamer is designed for maximum warmth, flexibility and durability. Featuring premium 4 way mega stretch 4mm neoprene in the torso, 4mm smooth skin neoprene in the back panel to stop wind chill and 3mm mega stretch neoprene in the arms for ultimate flexibilty. All seams are fully sealed featuring glued, blind-stitched and taped construction for extra strength, function and durability. The easy entry chest zip keeps the water out while maintaining maximum flexibility. Aggregated 4-way stretch knee pads add durability and function. All needessentials wetsuits only use premium materials, components and manufacturers and our design team has decades of experience designing products for some of the world's largest surf brands. We cost a lot less than other brands as we forego all non essentials like branding, swing tags, packaging, middle men, retail mark ups, athlete contracts and expensive marketing campaigns. This way you can spend more of your money on doing the things you love.
- customer service
- chest zip
The best of every wetsuit I ever had in one & for an amazing price! The booties are super comfy & easy to get on /off. Thanks CHEERS
Great, fast service, but rubber quality and fit leave to be desired
The customer service and speedy delivery and returns and low cost were great. I suppose I should have known that a $200 wetsuit would not be an above average, performance quality suit. The wetsuit seems to be put together OK, though I have only worn it once and have no idea if it will stay together. The biggest negative is that the rubber does not stretch well and the fit of the suit is weird; it feels very constricting, but although it is fits tightly, it allows water in excessively and is not great at keeping one warm. I surf 3 to 5 times a week so I need good wetsuits. I will pay more for quality rubber. Thank you
Awesome piece of gear
Stay warm in your new wettie.
Surf or Truck
My dudes, no key pocket?? Otherwise, suit seems solid, though haven’t tried it out in the water yet as there is also no apparent biohazard feature reqd to guard against the cigarette butts and used baby diapers that join the lineup following rains here in Los Angeles. Will update accordingly when the effluent dissipates.
The 4/3 is quite warm and feels durable. The downside is the loss of flexibility which is significant. I’m 6’3” and usually get LT. Perhaps sizing up would help but the fit is actually pretty good other than struggling to get in and out of the suit. I’d have to see how a 3/2 would work.