Keeping you in the water for as long as possible is the ultimate goal for choosing the right wetsuit. A wetsuit’s warmth, stretch and performance is dependent on the quality of the neoprene, it’s thickness and the construction of the suit. The construction of a wetsuit can determine the amount of water that will enter the suit through your session, so the less water coming through, the warmer you will be. Brands such as Quiksilver, Billabong and Hurley all have their own contructions and technologies in all their wetsuits, from standard flatlock stitching, to glued and liquid seam seals. A rough example of the wetsuit thickness based on the sea water temparature is below.
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