Mystic The One 3/2 Zip Free

Mystic The One 3/2 Zip Free


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Aren't we all looking for the "right one"? We found it! Completely zipperless and all black or dark grey. In addition to the sleek design, you get flexible M-Flex 2.0 neoprene, a super warm Polar inner lining and all seams are GBS and covered with a waterproof elastic band on the inside. It also features the new and improved Mesh neoprene back panel to reduce wind chill, 4-way stretch kneepads and Glideskin neck construction for extra comfort.

In brief

  • THE ONE wetsuit you need in all weather conditions
  • Pocket to keep your keys
  • Zipperless suit
  • Integrated liner
  • Waterproof seams


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  • Size


  • Height

    182-188 cm

  • Chest size

    99-104 cm

  • Waist size

    85-90 cm

  • Gender


  • Materials


  • Specifications

    Front Zip


Zipfree suits offer maximum stretch, warmth and comfort without the restrictions of a zipper. The panels are designed to prevent water entry and give you maximum freedom of movement.

Key pocket on chest
An external neoprene key pocket is positioned on the chest of the suit to keep your key safe inside.

Perforated neoprene patches on the lower leg, called Aquaflush, will allow all liquids to easily exit the suit.

M-Flex 2.0
M-Flex 2.0 is the most flexible neoprene in the line. It has been updated with even better stretch, durability and flex properties.

Fox Fleece
If it's soft, smooth and incredibly warm, it's probably the updated Foxfleece thermal inner lining. Large loops in the fabric create a high-pile lining that traps air for extra insulation. The fleece also retains less water, improving the fabric's quick-drying capabilities.

Xtr Liner
This thermal lining on high-end suits is added to help maintain warmth and comfort against the skin.

100% Stretch and Waterproof Flaremesh Tape.
A heavy-duty tape used inside the suit to prevent leaks and keep it soft and warm.

Glued blind stitching
A method of sewing in which the panels are first glued together and then sewn only halfway through the fabric instead of perforating it completely, making the seams waterproof.