The Plain Wetsuit Top

Quiksilver
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The Plain Wetsuit Top

$33 Gilt
Size (Men Alpha):
Men's Bottoms
Men Alpha US Waist (inches) EU Waist (cm)
XXS 26 41 66
XS 27 42 68
S 28 - 30 44 - 46 71 - 76
M 31 - 33 46 - 48 78.5 - 84
L 34 - 36 50 - 52 86.5 - 91.5
XL 36 - 38 53 - 54 94 - 96.5
XXL 40 - 42 56 - 58 101.5 - 106.5
XXXL 44 - 46 60 - 62 112 - 117
  • m
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    US Waist (inches) 31 - 33
    EU 46 - 48
    Waist (cm) 78.5 - 84
  • l
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    US Waist (inches) 34 - 36
    EU 50 - 52
    Waist (cm) 86.5 - 91.5
  • xl
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    US Waist (inches) 36 - 38
    EU 53 - 54
    Waist (cm) 94 - 96.5
Color:
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Description
Designer

Long sleeve Plain wetsuit top.

  • Mock collar, ribbed cuffs and hem.
  • Front and upper back logo graphic.
  • Model is wearing a size M. Model's measurements: Height: 6'1", Waist: 31", Shirt: 15.5, Suit: 40.

Material: 92% Polyester, 8% Spandex

Brand: Quiksilver

Origin: Imported

From its launch in Torquay, Australia in 1969, to the first time its revolutionary board shorts appeared in surf shops in early 1970, to its arrival in Newport Beach in 1976, Quicksilver has never shied away from innovation — even when innovation meant selling trunks to surfers from the back of a green Volkswagen bus that first summer in California. Over the course of its four decades of outfitting board riders with swimwear and apparel designed for a youthful, creative lifestyle, the company has grown from a couple of guys making trunks to one of the largest players in the surfwear game. But considering the label’s dedication to pushing forward — in everything from sponsorships, to a dedicated to surfwear brand for women (Roxy), to a charitable foundation — it’s no surprise the former upstarts are now sitting at the top of the heap.