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  • 2.5mm nylon II neoprene womens jumpsuit
  • Designed for freedom of movement
  • Warm water use
  • Front waterproof zipper
$159.95 $99.95
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  • Designed for Working "Waterman"
  • This Suit is All Business
  • Designed-to-Be-Used-&-Abused
  • Incredible Value
$119.00
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  • 2mm neoprene for warm water use
  • Easy entry front zipper design
  • Female specific fit, Anatomical cut
  • Sewn seams for strenght and durability
$99.95 $74.95
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  • Stylish, warm and versatile suit
  • Appropriate for temperate water temperatures
  • Durable Construction
  • Soft and flexible neoprene fabric
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  • 2.5mm neoprene for warm water use
  • Ultra span neoprene decreases water exchange
  • Heady duty front zipper
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  • Material: premium nylon ll neoprene rubber
  • Sleeveless cut
  • Flat lock seam construction
  • Natural cross-over garment
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  • 3mm Thermoprene front zipper vest
  • Anatomically designed for comfort
  • 75% more stretch than standard neoprene
  • Suitable for layering in colder waters
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  • 2.5mm neoprene shorty design for warm waters
  • Flex areas to improve mobility
  • Anatomically cut, Female specific fit
  • Front zipper closure
$99.95 $89.95
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  • Female specific 3/2mm neoprene
  • Suitable for warm water use
  • Thicker torso for core body warmth
  • Thinner arms and legs for easier maneuvering
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  • Designed to Offer Best Possible Fit
  • Using Premium, 4 Way-Stretch, Titanium Neoprene
  • Double Glued & Blind Stitched Inside & Out
  • Titanium: Reflects Heat Trapped in Suit Back-at-User
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  • 5/3mm hooded vest for cold water use
  • XSPAN fabric allows extensive stretching
  • Glued and blind stitched seams for durability
  • Anatomical cut and fit for comfort
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  • This Suit is All Business
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  • Front-Zipper Vest
  • Sleeveless Cut
  • Nylon ll Neoprene Rubber
  • 7 Sizes
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  • 7mm neoprene thickness for extra warmth
  • Back zip design with heavy duty YKK zipper
  • Ergonomic cut for comfort
  • Anatomically cut neck prevents constriction
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  • 2mm Short Sleeve Spring Suit
  • Contour Collar for Comfort
  • Strategic Seam Placement
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Scuba / Snorkeling Wetsuits Buying Guide

Whether Snorkeling, Surfing, Water Skiing, Jet Skiing, or Scuba Diving, there’s a wetsuit right here designed to keep you warm in almost any environment. Most suits are interchangeable between sports, too – a shorty wetsuit you went scuba diving with in Hawaii will work just as well for water-skiing or snorkeling back home.


Wetsuits are mostly made of neoprene and other neoprene-based proprietary materials, like Thermoprene, Hyperstretch, or Titanium. Neoprene is a porous material, designed to contain millions of tiny nitrogen bubbles perfect for insulation. It absorbs a thin layer of water, which is then quickly warmed by your body temperature and used as a barrier to keep cold water away from your skin.


If you’re unsure what wetsuit to get, remember that it’s always a safer bet to go with a warmer wetsuit then you need. Excess heat can be dealt with by water circulation, but excess cold can make for a miserable experience, or even end your dive before it really starts. Women also tend to get colder faster than men, a trick of body chemistry and increased surface area, so it’s always smart for a woman to choose a thicker wetsuit than she might otherwise consider. When diving as a couple, it makes sense for the woman to have a warmer suit than the man, no matter the destination.



Warm Water Shorties

A warm water shorty wetsuit offers some protection from the cold, while still allowing you full range of motion. A short wetsuit is perfect for a summer dive, keeping you comfortable and unrestricted and most importantly warm. This keeps you in the water longer without worry. Without long sleeves and pant legs, they’re also much easier to get into and out of then other suits. A shorty wetsuit is also perfect for younger divers and snorkelers, especially children, helping them with buoyancy while still keeping them protected.


Warm Water Wetsuits

For water temperatures from 75 to 85 degrees, a warm water wetsuit is ideal for scuba diving, snorkeling, or any water-based activity. A wetsuit designed for warm water is usually ½ millimeter to 3 millimeters in thickness, or about an eighth of an inch. The advantage of a full wetsuit over a shorty wetsuit is the increased surface area, which is far better protection when encountering the stinging tendrils of a jellyfish. Not only that, but the extra material on your arms and legs also keeps you better protected from sunburn and the cold, which will allow you stay in the water even longer.

Warm water wetsuits are ideal for diving in locations like Florida, Texas, Cozumel, Bonaire, the Cayman Islands, Belize, Hawaii, the Sea of Cortez, the Northern Great Barrier Reef, Fiji, Sipidan, Papua New Guinea, Tahiti, the Seychelles, the Mediterranean, and any warm waters throughout the world. If it’s a cooler time of year, it may be a good idea to add a beanie, hood, or vest for additional warmth.


Temperate Water Wetsuits

For cooler temperatures of 60 to 75 degrees, a temperate water wetsuit of 4mm to 6mm thickness is required. It can also be used for extended dives, deeper dives, and for cold weather in otherwise warmer locales.

Consider a temperate water wetsuit when diving at locations such as: the Red Sea, Mexico (Pacific side), the Southern Great Barrier Reef, and any temperate waters throughout the world. Combine with a 3 to 5mm hood, hooded vest, or tunic for extra warmth.


Cold Water Wetsuits

When dealing with temperatures as low as 45 degrees, a cold water wetsuit is an absolute necessity for any cold-weather expedition. Usually made of 6.5 to 7mm thick material, a cold water wetsuit will keep you in the water and diving longer, while protecting you from hyperthermia. Gloves and boots are also a smart buy to match with your wetsuit, especially if you want to be able to do anything with your hands while you’re under.

If you’re thinking of a suit without an attached hood, it may be smart to pick up a separate 7mm hood – after all, a huge portion of body heat is lost through the head. The head also contains a few important bits, and may be worth protecting.

Cold water wetsuits are just the thing when diving at destinations like: Northern California, Oregon, Washington, New York, the Great Lakes, New England, Northern Europe, and during winter at more temperate locations.

For scuba diving in even colder temperatures, check out dry suits.


Wetsuit Accessories

Maintaining your wetsuit is just as important as using it, and this category is the place to go for any wetsuit needs. Pick up a folding hanger you can keep with you on the road, or grab an electric hanger that holds your wetsuit open and uses built-in fans to dry your suit out – something as large and wet as a wetsuit can take ages to dry, and a little extra help will protect your wetsuit from mildew and unneeded wear and tear.

You’ll also find wetsuit shampoo and conditioner, to keep your wetsuit clean and pleasant smelling, and can also be used on BCs and other equipment. If your wetsuit is well-worn, why not pick up some neoprene cement to reinforce those all-important seams?