Isurus wetsuits are compression fitted. They are designed to fit snug. The wetsuit will mold to your body after a few sessions.
Model pictured wears a size M: Height 5’10.25” (178.4 cm), Weight 165 lbs (74.8 kg), Chest 40” (101.5 cm), Waist 33" (84 cm), Inseam 32" (81 cm)
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*Size LTS is designed specifically for a surfer build with long arms/legs where an MT is too short on the arms/legs and the LT is too large.
The 3.3 zipfree wetsuit from the Isurus Shield range. For those who want a little more warmth than the Shield 2.2 Zipfree wetsuit. The Shield 3.3 Zipfree wetsuit gives you 4 mm warmth in a 3 mm wetsuit. It is just better surfing in a thinner, warmer wetsuit.
#40 Yamamoto Neoprene | Stretchier Neoprene Arms, Shoulders, Neck
#39 Yamamoto Japanese Neoprene | Lower body with Compression Liner
Latitude 20° – 35°
48–58°F | 9–14°C Sea Temp
Model pictured wears a size M: Height 5’10” (178 cm), Weight 165 lbs (75 kg), Chest 40” (102 cm), Waist 33" (84 cm), Inseam 32" (81 cm)
Note: size LTS is designed specifically for a surfer build with long arms and legs where a MT is too short on the arms/legs and the LT is too loose.
The same Arms Up Design | Zero Shoulder Restriction paddling as the Shield 2.2. But with an extra mm of warmth. Giving you 4 mm warmth in a 3 mm wetsuit. So you can surf thinner and longer.
It paddles like a dream. It's the easiest wetsuit to get into and out of. The “Arms Up” design provides you with virtually “zero restriction” through the chest and shoulders. If you are tired of sore and aching shoulders after a session, than take a look at the Isurus Zipfree line.
The Zipfree entry has been improved for a better water tight seal. Still easier to get into and out of than chest zips or back zip wetsuits.
Life is just better surfing in a thinner, warmer wetsuit. Skeptical? Ask out in the line up.
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I've been fortunate enough to have used a lot of wetsuits. Beginning with the O'neill beavertail through the stiff fullsuits of the late 20th century, up to the present time. Many suits have their gimmicks: quick dry, neck gators, tight wrist and ankle cuffs, but they're still the same ill-fitting, moderately flexible suit.
Then a quantum leap occurred.
Isurus created a surgical glove
It's also exceptionally warm, with the flexibility in the shoulder and hips where it's needed.
As the Orthopedic Surgeon for the ASP/WSL for the last 25 years, I've seen a multitude of injuries from tight, poor fitting suits. The cut and stitch pattern is superb to allow exceptional flexibility through the shoulders. This decreases the risk of impingement syndrome and rotator cuff damage. The zipper less entry and exit is also very flexible around the shoulder which also decreases the risk of rotator cuff or labral damage.
I have also experienced myself the low back stiffness that occurs with a poorly fit wetsuit that allows low back chill. Even though the Shield is only a 2/2, the stitch and paneling is done to maximize fit with optimal warmth to the low back area.
Spend a little bit more on this fabulous suit rather than in my office with your shoulder pain. Buying quality never goes out of style. I rarely give testimonials, but I believe in Isurus wetsuits.
I don’t do surgery in garden gloves.
You shouldn’t surf in a suboptimal wetsuit
At Isurus, our passion is to build world-class wetsuits that stand up to the harshest conditions the ocean might offer.
Living and surfing in and along the California coast, a frequent topic of conversation was just how much wetsuit innovation had stagnated and quality had deteriorated. It is about designing a wetsuit that improves surfer performance. Click for more about Isurus.