Waterproof Backpack for Your Wetsuit

  If you are not familiar with drybags – they are bags made out of special 100% waterproof material and constructed using a special welding technique that eliminates stitches and makes these bags waterproof. So they are great for anything relater to water. But, they are very uncomfortable to carry around and they lack pockets […]

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Tiki Launched a New Webiste Just For Wetsuits

Tiki International, wetsuit supplier to Andrew Cotton, have launched a new website specifically to showcase their wetsuit range. The old address for everything they do was Tiki surf, now if you are interested in Tiki wetsuits go to – Tiki Wetsuits. The new website showcases their range, the team and shows a timeline of Tiki’s long history, PLUS […]

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How to Shoot Over Under Underwater Photos

Note: this for a change is not a wetsuit related article, but it did get me really excited and it is definitely related to water:)! What is a over-under photo? It’s a photo where half of the picture is below water surface and the other half is above it. They are also called half-half photos, […]

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WMS and WetsuitWearhouse Giveaway

The give away is finished and the winner of the brand new HyperFlex Cyclone-2 4/3 wetsuit is Gina Ochsen: “Thank you, today is my birthday and this is a really wonderful surprise. I’m sure I will use this in Florida in a couple of months, and our lake in the spring.” Congrats to Gina and […]

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Cheap High Quality Wetsuits? Need Essentials and Feral

“After two decades of designing products for some of the worlds largest surf brands I couldn’t understand why surfers had to pay so much for premium wetsuits. So in 2013 I founded NEED to provide surfers with premium products without the retail mark ups, branding and extra costs. This way we can get you the […]

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Swimming in Freezing Temperatures: Gary Uses a Hooded Vest, a 3/2 and a 6/5/4 Surfing Suit

Gary mailed us a long time ago, but we missed his email. Browsing through old messages, here is a proof that even 9F water and 39F air can not stop a man from swimming. Congrats man! Guys! I just want to thank you so much for your wonderful and most informative website on wetsuits. Perhaps […]

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Patagonia 2016 Wetsuit Line Will NOT Use Neoprene?!

We’ve already covered this – Patagonia partnering with Yulex to replace neoprene with a guayule plant based biorubber material. You can read about it here. So far they made Yulex wetsuit in a 60/40 blend (60% guayule, 40% neoprene), but for the 2016 wetsuit line, ALL Patagonia wetsuits will be made using 100% only guayule based […]

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Wear This Wetsuit To Your Next Business Meeting

There were times when we were joking that for a quick surf before work you should wear a drysuit with your work clothes under it so you wouldn’t have to change. But now you can actually do that, go to work without changing….well, kind of. Quiksilver produced a Suit made out of neoprene. You get […]

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Furnace Dry Gloves

  Furnace is a company from Portland that created the Response Dry Glove, a grippy, featherweight latex glove that goes over a fleece liner, all sealed at the wrist intended for SUP, kayak and surfing. A dry glove has a seal that lets absolutely no water inside the glove. Once you a completely have dry […]

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Happy and Warm 2015

May all you sessions be warm and sunny with no need for a wetsuit, happy 2015!

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Xcel: Drylock Suit, Boots, and Thermo Dry Celliant

We have already mentioned goodies coming from Xcel wetsuit company. Here are 3 videos showing whats up with Drylock Fullsuit, Drylock Booties, and what is Thermo Dry Celliant.

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How do Anti Shark Wetsuits Work?

You have probably seen photos of these goofy looking wetsuits already. You probably even caught that these are supposed to stop sharks from attacking or to be more precise to make you less probably being mistaken for a seal or something else that shark would deem delicious. Here is some more info on how these work.  […]

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Patagonia BioRubber: Grow Your Wetsuit

If there is a company that was trying to be green even before that was hip it’s Patagonia. They started making wetsuits in 2006 with the goal to build the best possible suits in the least damaging way. The most environmentally harmful aspect of a wetsuit is neoprene, a synthetic, petroleum-derived material with a highly […]

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Body Glove Vapor X Red Cell with Infrared Technology

After Xcel TDC lined wetsuit these is again something new, this time from Body Glove. Body Glove introduced the new Vapor X Red Cell wetsuit with revolutionary Red Cell Infrared Technology. This new technology harnesses the suns rays to retain heat and for longer periods of time making the wetsuit warmer, drier and lighter than anything else […]

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Xcel TDC Lined Wetsuits Recycle Body Heat

Source: 360guide Xcel has announced a new kind of thermal lining for their top end wetsuits and it is not “just” another quick drying fiber (don’t get me wrong, quick drying fibers are almost better than ice cream). They claim that the new textile actively works with the wearer as the fibers recycle body heat […]

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HangPro Wetsuit Hanger

Seems like we are really into hangers these days :). Here is another wetsuit hanger that will make drying and storing your wetsuits easier. Why? Because when you slide your wetsuit over the hanger at the waist there is much less strain put on your wettie. On the normal hanger all the wetsuit weight (and […]

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Hyperflex Gloves

Hyperflex wetsuits have just released a new video that explains all their gloves models from thick winter mittens to summer gloves and webded paddling gloves. To learn more about neoprene gloves in general also check out out gloves guide under wetsuit guides. Here is the video: {youtube}pOgqS024f5s{/youtube}

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HangGoose Wetsuit Hanger

HangGoose Wetsuit Hanger is made out of teak wood which is resistant to water and moisture. Teak wood can withstand years of salt water abuse. The hanger is designes so that you can dry your booties and gloves along with your wetsuit. Dry everything on one hanger. You can hang it almost anywhere – shower […]

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O’Neill launches wetsuit-specific mirco website

O’Neill is one of the most well known surfing brands in the world especially when it comes to wetsuits. Which is not very surprising since Jack O’Neill did invent the first wetsuit ever. Well – a few days ago O’Neill opened a special minisite dedicated to just wetsuits. This new website was designed as the […]

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Matuse Releases Spring/Summer Wetsuits For 2012

Even though it’s not quite summer yet, Matuse – USA based wetsuit company will release their spring/summer wetsuit range in April. Check out their website for more info or buy their wetsuits from one of our recommended shops.

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