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7 year old Basque surf girl Kaikai's longest wave in a Childrens Lunasurf 6/4 winter wetsuit

After this wave Kailani is saying to the camera "I am happy, I don't know whats happening to me....?" Après sa vague kailani dit "je suis heureuse, je sais pas ce qu'il m'arrive"

Weighing 21 kilos travelling at 22km/h for 300 meters and a 50 second long ride at just 7 years old.

That must feel nice. A very happy grom.

Kailani in Lunasurf Kids 6.4mm wetsuit, riding Lunasurf Full Deck Grip, surfboard leash and our signature Lunasurf fins

Watch the double angle of the ride playing at the same time.

Filmed from land by Simon Marchand & GoPro by Kailani. Edited by GoPro master, film maker and freesurfer dad Hugues Oyarzabal.

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Kailani in the warmest and most high performance childrens winter wetsuit. Lunasurf 6.4mm hooded kids suit using the best Yamamoto neoprene combined with thermal back, chest and hood panels will keep the groms stoked and in the water. The all white Lunasurf full traction is perfect for Kaikai who likes to add her own artwork to the front foot traction of each surfboard.

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Father and daughter in Lunasurf 6.4mm hooded wetsuits - Hendaye, France.

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Kaikai ripping and mastering the GoPro POV at just seven years old.

Lunasurf 6/4mm hooded wetsuit for kids.

The warmest, most high performance kids winter wetsuit there is.

100% Yamamoto Japanese limestone based neoprene. Thermal hood, chest & back. Every seam is blindstitched, glued & sealed with a thin, comfortable 4-way stretch neoprene tape. Minimizing water entry & maximizing warmth retention.

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Yamamoto began producing wetsuits in 1961, offering the first wetsuit material in Japan that combined both highfunctionality and flexibility at a time when wetsuits were primarily composed of the heavy and stiff rubber.
Early customers included Japan’s Defense Agency and the famous female oyster divers of Japan’s fishing industry.
These customers sought a wetsuit that allowed for greater mobility underwater, improved heat retention and a better
wearing experience. A unique rubber material was developed and patented to resolve these problems.
Japanese Neoprene is the worlds best.


The major raw material of this Yamamoto rubber is limestone collected at Mt. Kurohime in Niigata Prefecture.
This limestone originates from magma of a volcano eruption in the sea near the Island of Hawaii about 80 million years ago.

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Yamamoto Corporation’s neoprene rubber is classified as “chloroprene rubber.” The special rubberincorporates an independent closed cell structure which adds high functionality including super
light weight, high heat‐retention with good flexibility neoprene.


The closed cells are packed together at an extremely high density and each individual cell is filledwith nitrogen gas to prevent water penetration and increase heat retention. The nitrogen closed cell
content is over 93% — over 30% higher than most competing materials — and with virtually no
water absorption means the weight of this rubber remains nearly identical in wet or dry conditions,
giving you more warmth than thicker wetsuits without the weight.



Virtually no water absorption means the weight of this wetsuit remains nearly identical in wet or dry conditions,
giving you more warmth than thicker wetsuits without the weight.

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Lightweight poly fibres that help insulate and
retain body heat for longer periods. Specifically
only used on the chest, back and hood keeping your vital core areas warm without sacrificing flexibility. Quick dry fibres.


Rolled and stitched at the end of the cuff
creating an ergonomic fit preventing flushing. Unlike some wrist constructions ours will not rip even when wearing 8mm gloves.


A thin comfortable 4-way high stretch neoprene tape. Placed on all interior seams minimising water entry and maximising warmth retention.

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Seams and panels have be strategically
designed with flexibility and mobility as the focus. Making for a non restricting comfortable wetsuit. Every seam has been glued and blind-stitched to reduce water entry and excellent durability.


Easiest front entry mini zip system. Effortlessto take on and off. No unnecessary bulky zipper,
our fully dislocating mini zipper means no unbalanced restriction or area of tension. Horizontally placed over slant zip, giving greater freedom of movement and smaller area of
tension caused by the zip line. Securely held closed with a popper.


The entire wetsuit is constructed from the
worlds best Japanese limestone Yamamoto neoprene. Combined with a quick drying silky smooth lining makes for a snug, super warm, lightweight, high performance wetsuit.


Lightweight, strong, abrasion resistant, high stretch neoprene knee panels. Superior
comfort, flexability and durability.



Childrens wetsuits for boys and girls (unisex) size chart.

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