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Cressi Tecnica 7mm Wetsuit

This new version of Technica overalls is made using special computer printing technology for mimetic colouring that maintains a very high degree of softness in the material. Cressi's 3.5 mm Nylon II Tecnica Spear-Fishing Wet Suit is a 2 piece suit design that is made using special Computer Printing Technology for a unique Camouflage Pattern that renders the Diver Nearly Invisible, even at a short distance making this one great suit for the hunt. The Suit is comprised of a Hooded Jacket and a High Top Pants. All Suit Seams are Glued and Sewn for Strength and Durability.


  • Mimetic zones in nylon at the upper part of the jacket, hood, and calves.
  • The rest of the overalls is made of Ultraspan neoprene.
  • Available in 3,5/5/7 mm versions it makes exceptional use of the elasticity of Ultraspan neoprene to provide maximum comfort, freedom of movement, and ventilation.
  • Arms and legs pre-formed, interior coated with black-metallite.
  • Dungarees with reinforcement in the knee and shin area.
  • Jacket with built-in hood, reinforced at the elbows, with extensive back support for load imposed by the rifle.
  • Interlocking frog fly closing.

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Question asked
on 8/10/2011
how long is 95 cm? cressi speargun. and is 7mm to heavy for late summer and fall water temps on the mid atlantic coast (cressi technica free dive wetsuit) thanks
Answer by Bill
on 8/11/2011
Hi There 95cm is about 41 inches long. The 7mm suit is for cold water so the answer is partly your personal tolerance to cold and how cold the water is. Generally speaking the 7mm is good for water 65 degrees and cooler so the call is yours and a 5mm may work just fine as well. Also take into acccount that you have to wear more weight as well with a 7mm wetsuit for free diving as well.
Question asked
on 11/17/2011
i was looking for a 7mm wets suit i saw u guys have a cressi technica have a few questions about it plese email mail me back just seeing how easy it is to put on do in need water to put it on thank you
Answer by Bill
on 11/21/2011
Like any suit, you do have to work a bit to get it on but not anymore than others. Should have no problems.
Question asked
on 12/15/2011
What is a good mm wetsuit for northern CA? Also I am 6'2" 180 lbs. What size do you think would fit me best?
Answer by Bill
on 12/15/2011
Hi There, I would think that should be enough thickness. Your size may be Large or XLarge
Question asked
on 8/14/2012
I'm 5.9 and 165... Medium or large??
Answer by Bill
on 8/15/2012
I would go Medium
Question asked
on 11/24/2012
I saw that it was not available for purchase until 10/31 due to backstock. Is it available now? Thank you.
Answer by alicia
on 11/27/2012
I show in stock at the moment but not all sizes, I would order and we can take it from there.
Question asked
on 11/24/2012
I was wondering if this wetsuit would be suitable for scuba and free diving. My water temp is between 58-66. I was thinking of getting a 7mm. Thanks.
Answer by alicia
on 11/27/2012
Hi There, I would think that 7mm is plenty but for more movement in the water you may want to consider 5mm but your call for comfort. Thanks, Bill
Question asked
on 9/11/2015
I'm searching for my Dad for a freediving suit - he's 5'7 or 5'8 and 200-220 (not positive). He is diving in 50 degree water -- will a 7mm work? And what size is best? Thanks!
Answer by Bill
on 9/11/2015
Hello and thanks for your question. You can use the size chart but 7mm should be good for that temperature and he should be XL but his height isn't quite there. His body style will also be part of the equation as well. Hope this helps. Thanks, Bill


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