Find a clean area to get changed, ideally avoid standing directly on gravel, tarmac or other rough surfaces. If this isn't possible find something to stand on, a towel, empty board bag or changing mat would work. This is simply to prevent you from wearing down the neoprene unnecessarily.  

Take care when taking the wetsuit on and off and avoid excess force. Single lined (smooth panel) surfaces offer many positives in performance and comfort but be extra careful as this finish is more delicate compared to double lined neoprene.

Specifically, be careful of your nails when pulling the single lined area (back panel). 

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