ROXY™ Girls Aged 2-7 - 4/3mm Syncro GBS Back Zip Wetsuit - Featuring 100% Stretchflight x2 neoprene, a Vapor Stretch on chest and back panel, and rounded out with a WarmFlight® Far Infrared thermal lining on chest and back panel. This back zip wetsuit for girls joins the line-up in the ROXY Surfwear collection.
✓ 83% Nylon, 17% Elastane
✓ 100% StretchFlight x2 neoprene - warm, light & flexible
✓ Vapor Stretch on chest and back panel - captures sun and retains heat
✓ WarmFlight® Far-Infrared thermal lining on chest and back - transforming body heat into infrared energy to generate warmth
✓ GBS (glued and blind stitched) seams for maximum flexibility and minimal water entry
✓ Back zip entry with YKK™ #10 metal zip
✓ Hydrowrap completely adjustable neck closure system for a watertight seal
✓ Hydroshield water barrier prevents water from entering to keep you warmer
✓ Supratex knee pads, durable, lightweight & flexible
✓ Drainage holes
✓ Suitable for suggested water temperatures of 11°C - 14°C / 51°F - 58°F
✓ Weight: 765 g
✓ This is a guide only: Weather, sensitivity to the cold & conditions at your local break will affect temperatures & choice of equipment
When Quiksilver decided to start a women's line in 1990, it was a gutsy move. The surf market has always been a fickle one. And female surfers, despite their achievements in and out of the water, hadn't drummed up nearly the notoriety nor the community that guys had long enjoyed. Like all things Quiksilver, Roxy was born in the water; initially a swimwear line, it debuted in late summer 1990 to immediate success. By the next year, a Roxy sportswear line was introduced, and that too prospered, with sales of over $1 million. 1992 saw continued expansion of the brand with a new denim line and key snowwear pieces. The fact that Roxy was a women's line offered by an authentic surf brand made it intriguing for both retailers and girls alike. It was the first of its kind on the market, and soon after, the other surf brands followed.