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Matuse are relative newcomers to the wetsuit market, but have set themselves apart with the use of Yamamoto rubber as an alternative to petroleum based neoprene. Yamamoto Geoprene is derived from limestone that's 99.7% pure. And the purity of its limestone source - an ancient misty Mesozoic mountain - is also why Geoprene is so top notch.
Matuse use Yamomoto Rubber in the construction of their wetsuits. Here are their reasons why:More Flexibility.
Matuse’s strategic panels and Yamamoto Geoprene combine to enable flexibility that’s even superior to that of the human body.More premium performance.
More endurance: Energy is conserved since the body’s thermostatic line remains at a balanced level. This means longer and more fulfilling sessions.More Warmth; Less Weight.
Yamamoto’s technology means thinner rubber is warmer rubber. It not only weighs less, it also allows athletes to focus on the right issues (like better surfing), and fuss less over the wrong ones (like being cold, uncomfortable—and performing like a wet noodle).More incentives (to surf), less excuses not to.
It gives you more reasons why and less reasons why not.
Matuse Wetsuit Size Chart
|Size||Height (feet)||Height (cm)||Weight (lbs)||Weight (kg)|
|The men's Matuse wetsuit size chart should be used as a guide only. If you are in between sizes, go for the next largest size. Where possible, always test the fit before buying a men's Matuse wetsuit.|
|XS||5′3″ - 5′5″||160-167||120-130||54-59|
|S||5′5″ - 5′7″||165-170||135-145||61-65|
|ST||5′8″ - 5′10″||172-177||135-150||61-68|
|MS||5′6″ - 5′8″||167-172||145-155||66-70|
|M||5′8″ - 5′10″||173-178||150-165||68-75|
|MT||5′10″ - 6′0″||178-183||165-175||75-79|
|ML||5′9 - 5′11″||175-180||160-175||72-79|
|LS||5′6″ - 5′9″||167-175||165-175||75-79|
|L||5′10″ - 6′0″||178-183||175-185||79-84|
|LT||6′0″ - 6′3″||183-188||180-195||81-88|
|XLS||5′8″ - 5′10″||173-178||175-195||79-88|
|XL||5′11″ - 6′2″||180-188||190-205||86-93|
|XLT||6′2″ - 6′5″||183-193||205-220||93-100|
|XXL||6′0″ - 6′3″||183-191||205-225||93-102|
|XXXL||6′1″ - 6′6″||185-198||230-260||104-118|
Women′s Matuse Size Chart
|Size||Height (feet)||Height (cm)||Weight (lbs)||Weight (lbs)|
|The Matuse ladies wetsuit size chart should be used as a guide only. If you are in between sizes, go for the next largest size. Where possible, always test the fit before buying a Matuse ladies wetsuit.|
|4||5′0″ - 5′3″||152-160||95-105||43-48|
|6||5′2″ - 5′5″||157-165||105-115||48-52|
|6T||5′6″ - 5′9″||167-175||115-130||52-59|
|8S||5′2″ - 5′4″||157-162||105-120||48-55|
|8||5′4″ - 5′7″||162-170||115-130||52-59|
|8T||5′7″ - 5′10″||170-178||120-135||55-61|
|10S||5′3″ - 5′6″||160-168||120-135||55-61|
|10||5′5″ - 5′8″||165-173||130-145||59-66|
|10T||5′9″ - 6′0″||175-183||140-155||63-70|
|12||5′6″ - 5′9″||168-175||150-165||68-75|
|14||5′6″ - 5′9″||168-175||160-180||73-82|
Check out this promo video for their TUMO, it makes you want to take one home today. Breakdancing in a wetsuit - who would have thought?
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