For active days in warmer waters, Hurley neoprene tops may be all you need. They offer stretch neoprene that is thinner than what you'd find in a full wetsuit. A neoprene top gives you protection from board rash and minor abrasions, without sacrificing comfort or mobility. Hurley rash guards will shield you from harmful UV rays and give you a light and comfortable layer of protection, on or off the beach.
Hurley Advantage Wetsuits
The Advantage line of Hurley wetsuits offers three different styles designed to meet a range of needs and budgets.
Plus offers the widest range of thicknesses, from a 2/2mm short sleeve style to a 5/3mm hooded wetsuit. The stretch neoprene and taped, double-glued and blind-stitched seams provide flexibility, while the fleece torso interior helps to retain heat. The Plus wetsuit offers value and performance at a price that won't break the bank.
The Max wetsuit is available in 4/3 and 3/2 thicknesses. It features an advanced stretch neoprene and Power Seams, which are liquid sealed, double-glued, and blind-stitched. The insulating interior fabric covers the torso and thighs for additional warmth.
If you want a Hurley wetsuit that was designed with input from the world’s top surfers, consider the Elite. Made with Japanese neoprene, each suit is constructed by hand to ensure the best quality. Seams are strategically placed so that they don't limit mobility or performance. The Elite is available in 3/2+ thickness. While this wetsuit may cost a little more, it's worth it for the detailed craftsmanship and care that goes into creating the Elite.