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Men’s 3/2 Wetsuits

A 3/2mm wetsuit (pronounced “three-two”) is a popular choice for surface sports like surfing, SUP, wakeboarding or windsports. A mens 3/2 wetsuit is great for your mid-season activity and offers protection in water temperatures of 60 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. The two thicknesses of the 3/2 full wetsuit (3mm torso and 2mm legs and arms) keep your core warm while still giving you the mobility you need for comfort and performance.

3/2 Full Wetsuit

As water temperatures get colder, wetsuit construction becomes more important. A 3/2mm wetsuit is available with many features to help keep you comfortable. All wetsuits have seams, but the type of seam seal can impact how much water enters the suit. A budget-conscious 3/2 full wetsuit is available with flatlock seams, which may allow some water into your suit. You can also choose a 3/2mm wetsuit with sealed seams, also called GBS seams (glued and blindstitched). These narrow seams are glued on the interior and let very little water through. Another option is a mens 3/2 wetsuit with sealed and taped seams. These are great for colder water temperatures; they are similar to sealed seams but they have taping on the interior or exterior seam to provide reinforcement. For the most warmth, look for a semi-dry 3/2mm wetsuit, which keeps the wearer semi-dry thanks to sealed and taped seams, poly-fleece panels, and gaskets to reduce water entry.

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Choosing a 3/2 Wetsuit from Wetsuit Wearhouse

Colder temperatures require the right equipment, and a 3/2 full wetsuit can help keep you safe and comfortable as the seasons change. You should consider where and how you'll use your mens 3/2 wetsuit and then select the wetsuit construction that's right for you.

Confused about what to buy? Visit our Help & Advice section or call 866-906-SUIT (7848) to speak to one of our experts and get all your questions answered. With Wetsuit Wearhouse's large variety of men's wetsuits, you're sure to find what you need to keep your season going as long as possible.