Globo Surf Product Review One Piece NoWave
Fit: 98 % – One might argue that the fit is the most important feature of a surf suit and we would tend to agree. The very last thing you want when you buy one of these items is to find yourself with a big and bulky package that will drag you down and make your every move so much harder. We are pleased to say that the NoWave suit from Akela Surf performs admirably in this regard. The suit never brings you down and you soon even forget you have it on, s is the case with the best items available. The Lycra inserts make the fabric cling on you all the while stretching and pulling enough to let you move around freely. Overall, the NoWave suit is one of the best products we’ve seen in this thickness and shape, so we have no qualms in recommending it to all the avid surfers out there.
Design: 98 % – While the most important feature of a surf suit is that it does its job, and as we have the NoWave is no slouch in that category, it is unfortunate that so many do so while making you look like an oversized garbage bag. While maybe not as performing as thick full-body suits when it comes to cold temperatures, the NoWave suit from Akela Surf provides a package that performs very well all the while maintaining a nice, stylish and cool look that will not make you feel out of place on any beach. The cheeky available motifs and the trendy bikini cut fit in well both with dedicated swim gear as well as simple bathing suits, so if you decide to take home a NoWave suit from Akela Surf you’ll know you’ll have an item you can use in a variety of different settings.
Price: 95 % – It has to be said that there are some cheaper options on the market when compared to the NoWave suit, but this should not discourage you from considering buying one. First of all, as we are sure you know, a good quality surf suit can last you a long time, so you need to consider that you will divide the investment on many seasons and may even get away with buying just one for all your life, if you don’t surf as often. Secondly, you want to invest in good quality gear, to avoid the risk of having to replace a cheaper item because it breaks quickly, which will end up costing you more than making a good quality purchase in the first place. Lastly, a cheap price tag very rarely rhymes with style, so you need to increase your standards if that’s what you are after. All things considered then, we can’t say that the NoWave suit is overpriced. Even if we might understand that it may raise some eyebrows, we can assure you that every penny will be well spent on this suit.
Thanks to Globo Surfer for the review