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Henderson H2 3mm Shorty Wetsuit Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on Henderson H2 3mm Shorty Wetsuit Review Posted in: Between $101-$250, Wetsuits

Shorty wetsuits are worn for two reasons: staying warm in warm water, conditions in which many divers get by with a t-shirt; and for some protection against jellyfish stings. As thin, short-sleeved and short-legged wetsuits, the main issue for a shorty is offering a fit that is snug, but not too tight. The outfit is so simple that, from a practical angle, there is little else to it other than that.

On that note, the Henderson H2 shorty delivers, and delivers at a price that is usually less than most traveling divers would pay to rent a shorty for a week. According to the consumer feedback, it’s stretchy, snug, and does the job. The main caveat for the Henderson H2 among owners is the same as for any neoprene wetsuit, namely taking care about the sizing before purchasing one. In other words, it’s a plain, good shorty.

The Henderson H2 3mm wetsuit comes in men’s and women’s versions, with two color patterns for each. Men’s are black with blue or red trim, and women’s are black with lavender or yellow trim.

Average Price: $115