The revolution has been popular for the last couple of seasons, it offers great flexibility thanks to it's large single panelstretching from the knees to the chest, and the thinner fluffy lining on the inside which still offers some extra insulation but doesn't hinder movement as much as a thicker lining would.
The seams are sealed on the outside with liquid rubber material, this gives you better durability on the seams and makes sure there's less chance of water getting inside the wetsuit too.
A few other smaller details add up to make it a comfortable wetsuit to wear, the collar drops in the middle to make it more comfortable, the cuffs have a bevelled edge rather than just being cut off and the zip opens wide and zips from the outer edge towards the start of the zip, which can be a bit fiddly to get used to but allows you to open it wider whilst putting less stress on the neoprene than a bigger zip that's attached at the closed side of the shoulder.
This is a 3/2 wetsuit, it has 3mm panels in the torso and legs and 2mm panels in the arms, this ensures you get the warmth in the core of the body and the flexibility to paddle in the arms.The best thickness of wetsuit for you depends mostly on where and what time of year you will be surfing, 3mm is the most popular thickness for summer wetsuits in most of the UK and Europe.
Recycled inner and outer laminates, twin needle self tie blind stitched external seams with triple glued and 10MM welded internal seams, a contour grip skin collar that prevents chaffing, a dislocating horizontal chest zip entry that allows for easy ins and outs, strategic paddle panels for maximum flexibility and comfort, welded internal seams, fused wrist cuffs for sealage, 3D moulded knee pads, and pre bent back knees for comfort.