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DIVESAIL Kids Wetsuit Full Suits Shorty Suits Boys Girls 2.5mm N

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Product description

KIDS WETSUIT FEATURES
1.This kids neoprene wetsuit / shorty wetsuit is designed to keep your child warm and extend the time in the water r.
2. Material: CR Neoprene,nylon,spandex
3. Thickness: 2.5mm The kids wetsuit can help your child avoid being injured by maring organisms, and avoiding water pollution causing skin sensitivity in water

HOW TO CHOOSE THE SIZE:
1.Please refer to our size chart befer you choose the right size."Height" and" weight "are important reference factors in size selection. But please also pay attention to your" chest" and" hip "circumference.
2.If you can’t make sure which one is suitable for you or have any other question, please feel free to contact us for get a suitable recommendation.
3.Please DON’T choose a size according to your street clothes or the experience from other wetsuit brands.

MAINTENANCE OF WETSUIT
1.Wash by hand under 30 degrees Celsius water, DON'T twist, DON'T washing machine
2.Do not bleach or wash with washing powder which include Bleaching ingredients
3.Put it in a cool place to dry after washing to avoid sunlight exposure directly then keep WETSUIT's elasticity "br"

"p" "b" ABOUT SMELL "br" You may smell an odor when you open the package. Please don't worry, this smell won't harm your body, it's environmentally and harmless glue smell. It will significantly reduce or eased after first use and/or laundry.

PACKAGING INCLUDE:
1 piece short wetsuit into one plastic bag

DIVESAIL Kids Wetsuit Full Suits Shorty Suits Boys Girls 2.5mm N

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