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Xcel Infiniti 5.4.3 Wetsuit L

I m selling my old Large Xcel infiniti chest zip wetsuit. It s a 5.4.3 bought to fend off the cold of the north sea back around 2008 I think. This was the top of the line xcel at the time and proved to be a toasty suit. However it was replaced a few years ago by a Billabong platinum and was reduced to a spare suit status and so has been rarely used since. I ve upgraded again and so it is 3rd in line so time for it to seek a new home. It s been stored in a plastic airtight box for a while so the neoprene has creased in places - you don t really notice it when it s on. The neoprene is pretty thick and still stretchy but from what I remember, the seams aren t what they once were. There is a little cracking of some of the internally sealed seams that I ve tried to show on the pictures. There is also a small nick just below the knee (that I had never noticed until I came to sell it!) that hasn t gone all the way through. I was going to blob some black witch wetsuit repair glue to make it perfect, but my tube had dried up.... There is a little fraying around the neckline and in places there is a flecking to the neoprene. I m trying to be honest about a second suit rather than selling something that isn t. I m pretty sure that even though it s a bomb proof winter suit, it s age means that for Scotland or the North Sea it s probably past it s prime. As for fit, I thought it was an XL as that is what I m wearing now (I m 6 1 ), but then last time I tried it on I remember it being a tighter fit than the Billabong (shows how long I haven t worn it for!). Here s a link to the xcel size guide: http://www.trioceansurf.co.uk/xcel-wetsuit-size-chart Email me for any questions or more pictures. I m often around North Devon beaches if you want to try and arrange a pick up if don t want to pay postage.

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