BING SURF SHOP: XCEL Short Sleeve Fulls

April 08, 2014

Xcel_wetsuits
Spring has officially started. We’ve just received a new supply of fresh XCEL short sleeve fullsuits. The chest entry system keeps water out while giving maximum mobility throughout your back region. Glued and blind stitched seems also make this water tight and ultra warm for a 2mm wetsuit. It’s our favorite model that almost feels like you don’t have anything on at all. Includes a nifty key pocket up under the chest zipper panel for easy access and zero loss capability. Comes in two colors: all Black or Merlot/Grey/Black. Get a jump on Spring/Summer 2014 with this must have wetsuit item. Call or visit the Bing Surf Shop to get yours now.

802 N. Coast Hwy 101
Encinitas, CA 92024
Tel: 760.944.6300
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