Hubb Air 2MM Long Sleeve Spring Suit - Jet Black


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Hubb Air 2MM Long Sleeve Spring Suit - Jet Black
The Air Hubb 2mm Long Sleeve Spring Suit is ideal for bodyboarding in warm or cool waters. The Super Fine Stretch provides the perfect balance of warmth and comfort without compromising range of motion. Eco-Conscious to the fullest, the super stretch line is made of the highest quality non-petroleum based Limestone neoprene available. All suits are glued and blind stitched using only solvent-free/aqua-based lamination glue.
Designed and manufactured with the utmost attention to comfort and detail. Both neck and wrist openings are fuse cut, neck is lined with comfy ""smoothie"" lining while the wrist uses traction grip inner lining. For maximum grip the forearms are covered with Super Sticky traction lines. The Inner taped seems through out the whole suit keeps you warmer and keeps the suit lasting longer. Using taped inner seams vs liquid seal outer seams results in 20% more stretch in the wetsuit.

Bodyboard sizing depends on multiple factors.  We recommend you take our Bodyboard Quiz and read our "How to choose a Bodyboard" page.

Here is a general guideline for sizing:  

Board Length Your Weight Your Height Size that also work:
36” 40-90 lbs. 4’ - 4’10” 34-38” boards
38” 65-100 lbs. 4'8 - 5' 36-39” boards
39" 85-115 lbs. 4'6" - 5'2" 38-40” boards
40" 110-140 lbs. 5'3"- 5'6" 39-41” boards
41" 125-170 lbs. 5'6" - 5'8" 40-41.5” boards
42" 145-180 lbs. 5'7"-6'0" 41.5-42.5” boards
43" 170-210 lbs. 6'1"-6'3" 42.75-43.5 boards
44" 180-250 lbs. 6'2"-6'4" 43.5-44.5 boards
45" 195-270 lbs. 6'3" - 6'6" 44.5-45.5 boards
46" 220 lbs. + 6'4" + 45.5-48” boards
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