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Billabong

302 Salty Days Fullsuit

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Black
Maui Babe Black
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FEATURES 
Limited Edition. The 302 Ladies Furnace Salty Days Fullsuit delivers lightweight, premium heat and innovative technology with superior value. Lined with ultra warm Furnace quick dry, the double knit jersey creates air pockets that trap heat and allow for optimal drainage. A Superlight Foam core provides 250% stretch with excellent thermal retention, and a Superflex 250 Jersey tops it off for added insulation and low water absorption. Created with clean, contoured seams the Furnace Salty Dayz delivers everything you demand from a premium wetsuit, without breaking the bank.

 Women's wetsuit

 302 Salty Days Chest Zip

 Long Sleeve Full Suit

 Surf Capsule is the perfect blend between style and performance

 The Exterior is made from 100 percent Recycled Superflex Jersey

 Smart Foam is upcycled car tires and neoprene scraps combined to create the highest thermal retention and lightweight stretch combination

 Graphene Recycler internal thermal front and back panels

 Internal Recycled Silicon Stretch Jersey in legs and arms for superior comfort

 Dislocating chest zip entry - Comp entry system quick easy on and off

 Glued and Blind Stitched sealed seams and 90 percent machine applied stretch tape seams

 Aqua Alpha Water Based Adhesive

 80% Neoprene 20% Nylon

SIZE GUIDE

  6 8 10 12 14 16
Height 161-164 cm 165-168 cm 169-172 cm 173-175 cm 176-179 cm 180-183 cm
Weight 49-58 kgs 54-63 kgs 59-68 kgs 64-73 kgs 69-78 kgs 74-83 kgs
Chest 80-85 cm 83-88 cm 86-91 cm 89-94 cm 92-97 cm 95-100 cm
Waist 63-65 cm 66-68 cm 69-71 cm 72-74 cm 75-77 cm 78-80 cm

ABOUT BILLABONG
Billabong was founded on Australia's Gold Coast in 1973 by surfer and surfboard shaper Gordon Merchant and his then partner, Rena. Those early days were rather inauspicious, with the pair designing board shorts at home, cutting them out on the kitchen table and then carting the finished product around to the local surf shop to sell. Now they are internationally selling across the globe and have some of the best surfers in the world on their team.