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Zeagle Zena fit and sizing

Discussion in 'Women's Perspectives' started by x98bjv, Jan 14, 2020 at 8:06 AM.

  1. x98bjv

    x98bjv Garibaldi

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    I need some fit advice from anyone familiar with the Zeagle Zena BCD. I gave my measurements to my LDS and they custom ordered a Zena that came back with a 2XL vest, XL front panel and 2XL straps. Well, let me just say I'd have to be 6'8" large dude to fit into that monster.

    I've now determined that I need a size medium shoulder, and I can wear the other components as they are now, but everything is cinched down as tight as it can go and the bust is still too big. So I know I want to size down the front panel to probably a large but I need to know if I do that, will that also size down the waist? I'd like to have a smaller waist fit so I don't have to cinch it the entire way. I'm afraid if I size down the front panel AND the vest, that it will be like I'm going down two sizes. Advice?
     
  2. delacrue96

    delacrue96 Scuba Chixs Member

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: McLean, VA
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    I have the Zeagle Zena, XS shoulders and vest/waist. I'm 5 foot, waist 28" and 135#. There is excess webbing on the vest/waist portion to fit you. If you are 34"-37" in the bust and waist, I would try the medium. Hope this helps!
     
  3. Kimela

    Kimela Barracuda

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: St Louis
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    Sounds like you need to go down at least one size for all components. My Zena is made up of different sizes. Keep at it. Sorry to hear they got it so wrong though.
     

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