Scubapro Men's Everflex Steamer 5/4mm Wetsuit
|Target Group||Mens, Women's|
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- Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 5/4mm Men's Wetsuit
- Scubapro EverFlex Steamer 5/4mm Men's Wetsuit:
- Advanced, Extra-Comfortable EverFlex Line of Suits
- Stylishly Redesigned to Give Better Fit and Freedom
- Pre-Formed Dimensional Shape Design
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From the manufacturer
Fits Like a Second Skin
Men's Everflex Steamer 5/4mm
Combining dive comfort with excellent thermal protection, SCUBAPRO Everflex Steamer wetsuits feature neoprene that's thicker around the body’s core for enhanced warmth but thinner in the extremities for added flexibility.
The ultra-warm Everflex Steamer 5/4mm has a Class B dive suit rating that's best for water temperatures ranging from 50 to 64.5 degrees F (10 to 18 degrees C).
Featuring SCUBAPRO’s exclusive Pure Design Concept, the Everflex Steamer 5/4mm uses fewer seams and panels for maximum range of motion and an excellent fit. Made from 100% Everflex X-Foam neoprene for durability, all Everflex steamers are assembled using solvent-free, water-based Aqua glue.
Unless you’re diving in water warmer than 98.6 degrees F (37 degrees C), your body starts losing heat as soon as you hit the water. Reducing or delaying this heat loss is the primary job of your wetsuit, and SCUBAPRO has a wetsuit to meet the needs of every diver, every dive scenario, and every water temperature.
Key Technical Specs
- Thickness: 5/4mm
- CE Thermal Class: Class B dive suit
- Temp Rating: 50 - 64.5 degrees F (10 - 18 degrees C)
- Entry Style: Back Zip
- Seams: Glued/Blind-Stitched
- Materials: 100% Everflex Neoprene
- Weight: 4.83 pounds (2.19 kg)
- Activity: Recreational, Technical
Comfortable, Stretchy, and Built to Last
Wrists and ankles feature fuse-cut finished cuffs that are super-stretchy for easy donning, while the diagonal rear YKK zipper with KA brass slider offers increased long-term durability.
|Men's Everﬂex 3/2||Men's Everﬂex 5/4||Men's Everﬂex 7/5||Definition Series|
|Thickness||3/2mm||5/4mm||7/5mm||7mm, 5mm, 3mm|
|CE Thermal Class||C||B||A||A (7mm), B (5mm), D (3mm)|
|Stretch||100% Super Stretch||100% Super Stretch||100% Super Stretch||80% Super Stretch|
|Interior Lining||Diamond Span (warmth, stretch, quick drying)||Diamond Span (warmth, stretch, quick drying)||Diamond Span (warmth, stretch, quick drying)||Orange IR and Silver Plush (warmth and stretch)|
|Abrasion-Resistant Shoulders||Heavy-Duty Fabric and PU Pads||Heavy-Duty Fabric and PU Pads||Heavy-Duty Fabric and PU Pads||Heavy-Duty Fabric and Single-Layer Print|
|Abrasion-Resistant Knees||Heavy-Duty Fabric and PU Pads||Heavy-Duty Fabric and PU Pads||Heavy-Duty Fabric and PU Pads||Heavy-Duty Fabric and PU Print|
|Wrist/Ankles||Fuse-Cut Single Cuffs||Double Zippered Seals, YKK Brass Sliders||Double Zippered Seals, YKK Brass Sliders||Double Zippered Seals, YKK Brass Sliders (7mm & 5mm) Single Zippered Seals, YKK Brass Sliders (3mm)|
The ultra-warm and comfortable EVERFLEX 5/4MM uses SCUBAPROâ€s exclusive Pure Design Concept for even better fit and freedom of movement than what was offered in previous versions of the suit. Preformed dimensional shapes allow this top-rated suit to move more naturally with your body, delivering unparalleled comfort and flexibility. Made from 100% Everflex neoprene for outstanding thermal protection, all Everflex steamers are assembled using an innovative solvent-free water-based Aqua glue, a 100% green process. Glideskin seals on ankles, wrists and neck and an easy-slide diagonal rear zipper make the EVERFLEX 5/4MM a comfortable steamer for diving warm to temperate waters.
- Product Dimensions : 10 x 10 x 5.98 inches; 0.16 Ounces
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : January 4, 2013
- Manufacturer : ScubaPro
- ASIN : B005OTQPJ2
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#197,991 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #379 in Wetsuits
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Firstly, the things I like. The material is great, plenty of stretch and thicker in the areas where it’s needed. The fleece-like lining on the inside is tops, it’s a toasty suit for it’s size! The gaskets around the hands, neck and ankles are great without cutting circulation, although the zippers that work in conjunction with said gaskets are a different story, more on that later.
The loop at the base of the back zip and another clip off point on the right thigh is handy for attaching bits and pieces, great when diving with a simple backplate style bcd.
The fit of the wetsuit was very good, I’m 185cm and 77kg and Medium-tall was a good fit.
It’s a great looking suit, the styling is thankfully a bit toned down from the last revision. The new suit also looking better with the top folded down due the the new blue fleece lining.
The bad! I feel there are some design flaws when it comes to the comfort and practical use of the suit. Firstly the zippers on the hands stiffen up some of the motion in the wrists, it probably won’t bother most divers but if you’re doing a lot of movement with your hands, ie UW photography, it does get annoying. You could unzip the zips a touch but I’d rather the zips weren’t there in the first place, I’ve never had trouble pulling hands through a 5mm wetsuit unless I’ve left a dive computer on.
The neck zipper!! It’s extremely uncomfortable zipped all the way up and even with it zipped half way down I still feel it push on the bottom of my Adam’s apple when looking down. When it’s not zipped up the neck gasket obviously doesn’t seal as well with movement and you get leakage, I find there’s no middle ground between no-leakage and comfort, it’s one or the other.
The diagonal zipper on the back at first seems like a good idea, it also has a extra bit of padding on the spine in the place of a conventional vertical zip but I find if you are trying to don the wetsuit by yourself you are pretty much screwed, the zipper always jams half way up, the two times I have managed to zip it up solo, it took me around 3-4mins of constant struggling before I finally lucked out. It really shouldn’t be that hard, it’s ridiculous!! On a smaller note, when you crouch or bend the suit pulls very tight on the left hand side due to the diagonal back zip.