The spacesuits were inflated for the entire body to breathe. Once outside, the zero external pressure would make the interior of the suit to puff up. The hoax supporters say that it would have been impossible to push buttons, operate equipment, bend down or anything. They claim the internal pressure is too high and the suits too stiff.
If this is correct, can they explain how an astronaut today can go outside of the International Space Station (ISS), operate equipment, carry out repairs, bolt on new modules etc? The puffed up suits, according to their argument would make it impossible to build the ISS. Do they claim that all spacewalks are fake not just on the moon? Then what about other projects such as servicing the Hubble Space Telescope, or earlier still the Skylab Space Station, or any of the Russian Space Stations. Do the hoaxers claim all these were fake because no astronaut can function properly outside in a vacuum? How far are they prepared to go with this?
According to the hoax supporters all these missions that include spacewalks by Russia, Britain, USA, Canada, and now China... are all fake because they claim spacesuits will not allow an astronaut to work outside in a vacuum - they would puff up! Hmmmmm...
Where are the hoaxers going wrong?
The pressure suits are not made of rubber to expand under pressure. Instead vital parts hold in pressure and doesn't have the property to expand like a balloon. Many materials are capable of doing this. It's that simple!
Another point is that the hoaxers assume the pressure inside the suit is 1 full atmosphere. It's only pressurised to around 26% of the Earth's pressure. As it contains pure oxygen, it doesn't require any other gas to keep a human alive for several hours at a time.
Lesson; Once again, research is needed, not guessing and assuming 'facts.'
This clip perfectly demonstrates how flexible the spacesuit is to enable tools to be used in the vacuum of space as it is on the moon...