The Hammer Short Sleeve Series Springsuit maintains exceptional styling, fit and unrestricted movement with 100% Super Stretch materials.
Men’s O’Neill Hammer Short Sleeve Springsuit (Black)
Product Information of Men’s O’Neill Hammer Short Sleeve Springsuit
100% Fluid Flex Neoprene-Superior Fit.
Double Rolled Smooth Skin Neck Closure.
Smooth Skin Chest and Back Panels.
Seamless Paddle Zones Underarm.
Feathers of Men’s O’Neill Hammer Short Sleeve Springsuit
Body: 100% UltraFlex DS 2mm.
Chest/Back: Ultraflex Smooth Skin.
Double Superseal Neck.
10 YKK Zipper
Flatloc Stitched: Breathable Seams
Lumbar seamless design
Pros of Cons of Men’s O’Neill Hammer Short Sleeve Springsuit
Who are 5’10″ and 215 LBS? Who is a stocky build with a 48″ chest? Who has a 35″ waist? The XLS fit us as good as we could expect. It does not seem to be too long or too loose. It is a little tight around the arms and leg openings, but we would say it is designed to be so. We find that the zipper lanyard could be about 1″ longer to aid in zipping one’s self. We are not quite flexible enough to quickly run us. It fits me right through the stomach but is a little snug in the chest. The legs got to just above our knees, and the sleeves to just above the elbow. We have not had it in the water yet, but it seems to be a good product. The chest is very grippy. We will be using this suit for spring/fall stand up jet skiing. There will be no issues with my vest riding up.
We took this scuba diving and snorkeling in Cozumel. The scuba diving was on warm reefs, and we probably didn’t require the skin, but I felt comfortable nonetheless. The snorkeling was with whale sharks a few miles offshore, and it was a bit chillier. The surface provided excellent protection and comfort. Overall, we were extremely impressed with the size of the skin – it’s tiny compared to the dive skins I’m used to seeing. We are euphoric with the purchase. The neck hole was a little tight, so we stretched it overnight with a coiled towel.
Who are 5’11″, 175 pounds and the Large fit perfectly? Construction seems good; neoprene is very stretchy, the neck is very comfortable and not too tight. Wore it yesterday in 67-degree water, was super comfortable. Will be perfect for those days when the water is warmish, but overcast skies or cold, breezy air.