Scuba Diving wetsuits protect you from cold but also from abrasion and the result stings.
The first thing you must decide is which thickness of suit is best for you.
Generally we would always recommend going thicker rather than thinner if you are unsure.
7 mm Scuba Diving wetsuits are ideal for cold water, 5 mm Scuba Diving wetsuits are ideal for the Mediterranean Sea or Red Sea, 3 mm Scuba Diving wetsuits or less are ideal for the tropics and some combination suits will suit most conditions.
In colder waters you may want or need to consider layering your thermal protection. Just adding a step in jacket over your scuba diving wetsuit or a thermo guard under your wetsuit as a base layer.
The second thing you must decide is which size of suit is best for you.
In order to avoid water inlets, choose one scuba diving wetsuit which is snug but not too large. We are used to dress plenty of different morphologies, so we can help you. Look at our size chart, but don’t hesitate to contact us to confirm the right size in order to avoid exchange.
After a dive always wash your scuba diving wetsuit in fresh water, regularly with a disinfectant and allow it to dry in the shade. Avoid leaving neoprene exposed to direct sunlight for long periods as it degrades the neoprene.
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