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Men's Wetsuits





Men's Wetsuits

Your wetsuit needs to do a lot. It must keep your body warm, defend against abrasions, and provide SPF and wind protection. It must also fit right, be durable and comfortable, and give you the freedom of movement you need to make the most out of your water sport.

From Shorty Wetsuits to Sleeveless Springsuits, We've got Your Water Sports Solution!

At Wetsuit Wearhouse, we have a large selection of technologically-advanced men's wetsuits that match the demands of a variety of sports from surfing and waterskiing to kayaking and stand up paddleboarding (SUP). Our high-quality, brand name wetsuits offer the perfect combination of innovation and value - in sizes up to 3XL! These suits are not suitable for SCUBA diving or triathlons.

  • Shorty Wetsuits and Springsuits - Shorty wetsuits, also called springsuits, are shorter than full body wetsuits, coming down to above the knee. Since they don't provide as much warmth as full body suits, shorty wetsuits are generally used for warm water activities. Shorty wetsuits come in short sleeve, long sleeve, and sleeveless short john styles.

  • Fullsuits - A fullsuit is a wetsuit with full legs and arms, although short sleeve models are available. They provide maximum heat retention for cold water sports and are available in a range of thicknesses.

    A popular choice is the 3/2mm wetsuits. The number 3/2 means that the thickness of the wetsuit is 3 millimeters in the torso and 2 millimeters in the extremities. Men's 3/2mm wetsuits are generally good for water temperatures of 60 degrees and higher with a few exceptions. Fullsuits start at 2mm, then move to 3/2mm, 4/3mm, 5/4/3 and 6/5/4. This wide range of thicknesses ensures that everyone will be able to find the wetsuit that offers the right combination of warmth and flexibility.

  • Long John Wetsuits - If the air temp is warm, but the water is cold, a long john wetsuit is a good choice. Long john suits cover the body but your arms remain uncovered. This type of suit is especially useful for paddling.

  • Hooded Fullsuits - A hooded wetsuit is used in cold water and keeps your head warm.

We also offer wetsuit shorts, pants, tops, vests, and jackets. Use them for extra insulation or wear them together to create your own one piece-style suit.

See our entire selection of men's wetsuits and find your ideal suit! To learn more about our wetsuits and how to shop for them visit our Wetsuit F.A.Q. or speak to one of our experts at 866-906-SUIT (7848). With our wide variety of men's wetsuits, you can rest assured Wetsuit Wearhouse has everything you need to extend your season for as long as possible.

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