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The Xcel Infiniti X-Zip2 is the result of years of development and testing, refined to feature some of the best elements found in Xcel's higher-end suits. This makes for an excellent quality, and highly functional, cold water wetsuit. The X-Zip2 entry system uses the same crossover neck system with one side permanently sealed, making for minimal chances of water entering via the neck. The Infiniti also benefits from Xcel's Thermocarbon lining for insulation, which is a Poly-Pro material that helps to trap air and wick water away from the skin to help retain heat. The Infiniti X-Zip2 is constructed from 100% Ultra Stretch neoprene and built with as few seams for maximum flexibility which are then sealed with Xcel's Fusion seams. Geometric ankle seals prevent water ingress through the leg. The Infiniti X-Zip2 has every base covered for cold water surfing, boasting all the vital features such as 100% Ultra Stretch and Fusion Seams to keep you warm, dry and comfortable for when the water temperature drops.
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