Stand out in the line-up with signature style and progressive performance. Equipped with Billabong wetsuit technology, including a chest zip and Graphene Recycler thermal lining at the internal chest and back panels, combined with silicon stretch lining at the lower legs and sleeves, the Surf Capsule Collection womens fullsuit is customized with palm printed panels or a standout tone throughout. Combining style, performance and sustainability, the Salty Dayz wetsuit is now made with stretchy and eco-conscious Superlight neoprene and water-based adhesives.
✓ Womens’ 4/3 Fullsuit
✓ Surf Capsule Collection
✓ Exterior: Recycled Superflex
✓ Foam: Superlight, upcycled car tires and neoprene scraps combine to create great thermal retention with high stretch
✓ Lining: Graphene Recycler internal thermal large front and back panels combined with Silicon Stretch sleeves and lower legs for easy on and off
✓ Chest zip entry
✓ GBS sealed exterior seams, 90% machine applied stretch tape internally
✓ Water-based adhesive
✓ 80% Neoprene, 20% Nylon
|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|
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.