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A 3/2 Full Wetsuit

In Uncategorized on January 16, 2012 at 8:01 pm
A short article about one of the wetsuit models…might come in handy if you are a beginner when it comes to wetsuits. It depends on where you live and surf but generally a 3/2 wetsuit is probably the first wetsuit that you will buy when you gat more serious with water sports.

3/2 Wetsuit

A 3/2 fullsuit is a thinnest fullsuit intended for surf. Realistically you will discover 2mm fullsuits but these are categorized a lot more under springtime wetsuits as they are still used within more comfortable waters.

Exactly like the title informs you of a 3/2 whole wetsuit – fullsuit protects your entire body with the exception of your head, hands and feet.

The digits 3/2 present the thickness of neoprene used in this particular wetsuit. 3 stands for Three millimeters and 2 means 2 mm. Meaning that a 3/2 wetsuit is produced with neoprene of two distinct thicknesses, the heavier one is usually utilized on your whole body and lower limbs while the thin is commonly used on the arms and crotch area.

The main reason for this is actually better elasticity of your wetsuit. Thicker neoprene maintains your own core more comfortable at the same time slimmer neoprene allows for far more overall flexibility where you need it.

How you can verify wetsuit thickness? The numbers 3/2 are generally printed around the sleeve just across the wrist or simply just beneath your shoulder.

A 3/2 wetsuit is definitely produced for chillier ocean. If you happen to combine it with wetsuit boots it is possible to use it anywhere all the way down to 57F (14C). It’s not a firm number though; there are plenty of aspects that have an effect on at precisely what warmth a wetsuit can be utilized check some wetsuit thickness and temperature of water guide to garner more information.

3/2 wetsuit is not regarded as a wintertime wetsuit, it is someplace in between. Nevertheless a superb 3/2 already has all the features you may need inside a winter wetsuit.

Anyway…if you want more info on wetsuits there is a great wetsuit information site called WetsuitMegaStore. When you need to know more about wetsuits and the right wetsuit sizes for you then go here: click here.


After all the right fit IS the single most important feature when it comes to wetsuits.



In Uncategorized on January 15, 2012 at 8:45 am

Portugal trip again :) 


Yeah…good times. Bit too much swell, Supertubos bo mostly closing out with a few inridden gems like this one.