Wetsuit Buying Guide

Wetsuit Buying Guide and expert advice on buying your first or next wetsuit. Our Wetsuit Buying Guide breaks down the most common questions and mistakes to ensure your next wetsuit purchase gets you exactly the right suit for your needs and budget!

If you're looking to buy a wetsuit, there are a few things you should consider before making a purchase. Here are some factors to keep in mind:

Wetsuit thickness: The thickness of a wetsuit is measured in millimeters, and typically ranges from 2mm to 6mm. A thicker wetsuit will provide more insulation and warmth, but may also be less flexible and more restrictive. Thinner wetsuits are more flexible, but may not provide as much warmth.

Water temperature: The water temperature will also be a factor in deciding the thickness of your wetsuit. If you're going to be surfing or diving in colder waters, you'll want a thicker wetsuit. If you're going to be in warmer water, a thinner wetsuit will suffice.

Wetsuit style: There are different styles of wetsuits to choose from, including full suits, spring suits, and shorty suits. Full suits cover your entire body and are the warmest option, while spring suits cover your torso and arms but leave your legs exposed. Shorty suits cover your torso and thighs, and are a good option for warmer water.

Fit: A properly fitting wetsuit is essential for comfort and warmth. It should be snug, but not too tight, and there should be no gaps or loose areas where water can enter. Make sure to try on several different sizes and styles to find the one that fits you best.

Material: Wetsuits can be made from different materials, including neoprene and other synthetic fabrics. Neoprene is a popular choice, as it provides good insulation and flexibility.

Brand: There are many different brands of wetsuits to choose from, and each one may have different features and levels of quality. Do some research and read reviews to find a brand that has a good reputation for quality and durability.

Price: Wetsuits can range in price from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. Consider your budget, but also keep in mind that a more expensive wetsuit may be more durable and provide better insulation and comfort.

Overall, choosing a wetsuit can be a personal decision based on your individual needs and preferences. Consider these factors when making your purchase, and take the time to find a wetsuit that fits well and will provide the warmth and flexibility you need for your water activities.

Wetsuit design... Different sports require different types and designs of suits to best suit the activities. Full suits to short sleeve and thee quarter leg models. We've done all the hard work and categorized the wetsuits from our leading brands into style to make your choice easy... Simply choose the sport your doing and the most suitable suits will pop up! More and more suits are front (also called chest zips) these days as they offer a better seal around the neck preventing water flushing through and keeping you warmer... Going against the myths - they are not really any harder to get in or out of... Again we still stock a good range of back zips suits... But we'd highly recommend try a front zip for your next suit...

Wetsuit Boots... From summer shoes to toasty warm winter boots! Majority of our boots are split toe as they offer superior performance and prevent your foot from rolling... We still stock a decent range of round toe boots as split toe are not liked by everyone. 

Wetsuit Gloves... From palm less mittens to performance surf gloves... H20 sports stocks the leading brands at the best available prices...

Wetsuit Neo Accessories... From rigging jackets to thermal vest to add warmth to thinner suits... Our favorite is the ION Neo Shelter Jacket - It's the ultimate coat for our water sport users... 

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