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Attached Hood Beavertail Jacket

The traditional Beavertail Jacket that divers have trusted for decades; a pullover jacket that covers the arms and torso with a beavertail flap that passes through the crotch and fastens to the front with a Hook & Loop fastener. This has been a popular design as it offers freedom of movement for the legs, and the beavertail helps minimize water flushing and prevents the jacket from riding up on the torso. Divers often wear the jacket over a Farmer John, giving them the warmth of two layers of neoprene around the torso and one layer over the arms and legs for greater flexibility of movement.

The Jacket includes an attached hood that helps prevent water from entering down the back of the neck. It has Raglan sleeves with pre-bent elbows, a crotch strap with Hook & Loop closure and an interior key pocket is included. Zippers can be in straight, diagonal or side zipper configurations.

Our dive suits are made with durable dive-grade neoprene that has better “memory” than other types of neoprene, meaning it will resume its thickness even after being compressed many times at dive depths. All seams are glued & blindstitched for durability and have Lycra bindings for flexibility and non-corrosive Vislon zippers with interior flaps underneath prevent water from entering when closed.

This suit can be custom-fit to your measurements for maximum warmth and comfort. All JMJ wetsuits are made to last and keep you warm for many dives to come.

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color: black
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color: black

Measuring Instructions

  1. Take your measurements using a cloth measuring tape and write them down. Have someone measure you if possible, otherwise you can measure yourself.

    Chest: the largest circumference around your chest - usually around nipple line. Measuree should lift arms out to side, place tape around chest, then lower arms to side. Make sure tape stays level around the back.

    Waist: the smallest circumference between your chest and buttocks; not where you would measure the waist for a pair of pants, but normally a couple of inches higher, just below the base of the rib cage. If your waist is larger than chest or buttocks, take largest circumference of waist area.

    Hips: The widest circumference of your lower hips. Be sure to keep the measuring tape level.

  2. Find your size on the chart starting with the Chest, then find the best size matching your Height, Waist and Hips

Or Add Options
  • Zippers
    • $40
      • Detail view of the wrist zipper on the sleeve of a JMJ wetsuit
        A pair of 8" Vislon zippers that greatly ease entry and exit, and reduce strain on the seams.
  • Pockets
    • $30
      • Flashlight pocket on a JMJ Wetsuit
        Great for holding a penlight, dosimeter, glow stick, pencil, cotter pins or even a hot dog. Typically worn on the thigh or forearm.
        Size: 8" tall x 2 5/8" wide
  • Pads
    • $40
      • Elbow pad on a wetsuit by JMJ Wetsuits
        Protection from suit wear at the elbows.
    • $40
      • Gun pad on the chest of a wetsuit by JMJ Wetsuits
        Strong pad of 6mm N2 neoprene worn on the chest for spear gun loading relief.
    • $40
      • Shoulder pad on a wetsuit by JMJ Wetsuits
        Abrasion protection for divers who wear harnesses or other equipment that rubs on the shoulders.
    • $40
      • Detail view of a spine pad on the inside of a JMJ wetsuit
        3"x18" 6mm neoprene pad on the inside of the suit in the center of the back fills the curve of the back and cushions the spine.

Your Attached Hood Beavertail Jacket will ship within 10 business days of receiving your order.

Made in California