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O'Neill Youth Reactor 2mm Back Zip Spring Wetsuit, Black/Pink/Black, 4
248.36 SAR

O'Neill Youth Reactor 2mm Back Zip Spring Wetsuit, Black/Pink/Black, 4

by  O'Neill Wetsuits, Sportswear -  165 ratings

248.36 SAR 

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Main Features:
  • 2mm FluidFlex (tm)/Fluid Foam
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    O'Neill Wetsuits
    Size
    4
    Targeted Group
    Kids
    Model Number
    3803-Blk/Pnk/Blk-4
    Brand
    O'Neill Wetsuits
    Size
    4
    Targeted Group
    Kids
    Model Number
    3803-Blk/Pnk/Blk-4
    UPC-A
    603731900269
    Item EAN
    2724662422786
    ASIN
    B0049AZV7E
    Color
    Color
    Black/Pink/Black
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    Description:

    Adjustable Super Seal Neck for a dry seal. Short sleeve design features FluidFlexâ". Smooth Skin Fluid Foam bodice. #10 YKKâ" back zip closure with hidden key pocket. Flatlock stitching to reduce chafing and increase comfort. Strategically placed seamless paddle zones for better range of motion.

    Adjustable Super Seal Neck for a dry seal. Short sleeve design features FluidFlexâ". Smooth Skin Fluid Foam bodice. #10 YKKâ" back zip closure with hidden key pocket. Flatlock stitching to reduce chafing and increase comfort. Strategically placed seamless paddle zones for better range of motion. O'Neill brand mark throughout. Short leg construction. Collar: 100% polyester;100% nylon. Hand wash cold, lay flat to dry.

 

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  • Best of the bunch
    By T. Nelson on 19 June 2013

    This was the best of six suits we tried for my seven year old son. He's 48" tall and weighs 48 pounds, so he's a very skinny, lanky little dude. Summary of the wetsuits we tried on:

    * Henderson 3mm Thermoprene shorty - size 4 - had high hopes for this one, based on the high quality stretch material and taped seams. But it was way too big, especially in the legs. It also buckled out a bit under the arms and in the chest.

    * O'Neill Reactor toddler spring suit - size 4 - almost as nice as the Youth Reactor, but the Youth has a better neck seal. And the Youth has a slightly thicker material for the "smooth skin chest panel" which is really super. The toddler version would have saved us $15 bucks, and was awfully close, so, you can't go wrong either way

    * NeoSport Wetsuits Youth Premium Neoprene 2mm Youth's Shorty - size 4 - too big in the legs

    * NeoSport Wetsuits Infant/Toddler Premium Neoprene 2mm Youth's Swim Suit - not what I expected. Has fabric arms and shoulders, and I was looking for full neoprene shorty.

    * Hyperflex Wetsuits Children's Access Spring Suit - size 4 - Surprisingly nice and fit really well. I was torn between this one and the Youth Reactor. If money is tight, go for the Hyperflex; it fit really well, and costs about half of the O'Neill. In the end we went with the Youth Reactor because the material is thicker than the Hyperflex, and the neck seal is better.

    * O'Neill Youth Reactor 2mm Spring Suit (this one) - size 4 - the best of the bunch. Fit fantastic everywhere. The arms have just a tough too much girth (let in a little water), but not much, and it's not surprising, as my son has really skinny arms. The legs fit great. The neck seal is fantastic. The zipper is super beefy and high quality. The material seemed just a bit thicker (read: warmer) than all the other suits we tried. The fit through the torso had that "glued-on" look you want in a wetsuit. (You don't want water sloshing around under your suit, or in and out, as then it's not as warm).

    Before getting the wetsuit, my son could only get through half of his swim lesson at the Y before getting out, blue and shivering. With this suit he goes in before class, does the full 45 minute class, then plays in the water another hour after that. We generally get out now because the parents get tired.

    142 people found this review helpful

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  • Quality wetsuit, but sizing chart is frustrating
    By Jason on 12 July 2016

    I wanted to provide some feedback on the sizing, which for some reason always seems to be so inconsistent in reviews. I ordered this in two sizes, a 6 and an 8. To eliminate any uncertainty as to which sizing chart I referenced, it said a size 8 would be for height of 4'4"-4'7", weight 60-75, chest 26-28, waist 22-24. Based on the measurements, my son was between sizes 6 and 8 (he weighs 65 lbs, is 4'4", chest is 26, waist 23). The size 6 chart said 4'1' to 4'4", weight 50-65, chest 24-26, waist 21-23. Doesn't that sound like he should just barely squeeze into a size 6? I figured that would be the case, so I ordered the size 8 as well. It arrived today and he first tried on the size 8.... and he barely got into it! It actually fits perfect but has zero room left. It just doesn't make sense that based off objective measurements it can't be a more straightforward to fit. I think these are the same measurements I saw on the Oneill website as well. And then there are reviews saying it runs big... I just don't get it. I should clarify that the size 6 didn't even come close to fitting, but worked well for my younger son (who measured supposedly at a size 4, so same problem). Either way, I'm giving 4 stars for the quality of the suit, which appears to be very good.

    18 people found this review helpful

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  • Much improved swimmer in cold pool
    By Jaime Smith on 23 March 2016

    My 7 yo son was going to quit swim lessons because he moved up to the cold lap pool and would freeze and turn purple. His instructor recommended a tight fitting swim shirt. I went home and started researching wet suits. The reviews on this were so helpful. My son LOVES it! I was worried he wouldn't like it because he doesn't like how some things feel. He wanted to try it out in the bathtub and loved it. He actually said in the pool it's too warm, but I think it works wonderfully. His instructor was impressed by how much better he swam with it and after getting the wet suit he is moving up to the next level! He is quite thin, 48" and almost 50 lbs and the size 4 fits perfect. I actually bought the 6 as well for when he outgrows the 4. He is not bothered by the neck. It is well worth the money!

    8 people found this review helpful

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  • Best wetsuit for tall, skinny kids!!
    By raising bookworms on 25 May 2018

    So excited to finally find a wetsuit that fits my string-bean kid! After reading all the reviews saying this suit was good for tall & skinny kids, I decided to take a risk and try it, and they weren’t wrong. Every other cheap wet suit we’ve tried has been so wide in the legs and arms that water poured in, completely defeating the purpose of wearing a wet suit. My son has sensory processing disorder and a very hard time regulating body temperature, not to mention almost very little body fat or insulation. He used to be completely blue after 10 minutes of swimming lessons, but not anymore with this suit. He is 5 years old, 48 inches tall and only 42 pounds. We went with the 4T, and although the torso length is snug, it’s nice and tight on the legs and arms, so I’m glad we went with the smaller size. If you have a tall, skinny kid, this is the suit for you!

    2 people found this review helpful

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  • Does the job!
    By Rita Doud on 27 October 2014

    Does the job! My 8 yo no longer complains about being cold in the lap pool for swim lessons. Size 4 fit perfectly. Hes 48 lb. 48 in. Wears size 7 regularl clothes. Zipper has extra long string and gets it on by himself.

    32 people found this review helpful

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