The EZ OUT zipper is secure in the water, but easy to find during your transition. Glued and sewn seams increase durability. NeoSport NRG Short John Triathlon Wetsuit BEST PRICE GUARANTEEDThe NRG Short Sleeveless includes the same cutting-edge materials and features as our Sleeveless design, but is cut above the knee for warm-water training and competition. Your chest measurement and weight are key considerations in size.
Not all suits are made in all sizes. NeoSport Men's Wetsuit Size Chart.Chest and height are key considerations in size. (We will need your height, weight, chest diameter and waist diameter). How Do I Select the Right Size? The best way to get the right size is to use the size chart for the specific wetsuit you are looking considering. Be sure to measure your chest and waist in addition to using your height and weight. Keep in mind that every brand has a different size chart and wetsuit sizes do not always match up to your "normal" size. For example, someone that is a large in one brand might not be a large in another.
Likewise, someone who normally wears a size large in shirts is not a large in a wetsuit. If you need sizing or selection help. We are the wetsuit experts. Why Are Measurements So Important?When selecting your size, it is important to consider all measurements and not just height and weight. Of particular importance is your chest measurement. In order for a wetsuit to keep you warm in the water, it needs to offer a snug fit. How Do I Measure If I Don't Have a Cloth Measuring tape? You can use a belt or a piece of string to get your measurements. Simply wrap the string around your chest and then place the string next to a ruler or tape measure and see what your measurement is. What Do I Do if I Fall Between Two Sizes? We recommend that chest, weight, height be the key indicators of your size. Unless the suit is exceptionally stretchy, go for the larger size if you are between two sizes. Can You Help Me Determine My Size? We have years of experience and we are here to help! While we do our best and usually get it right, recommendations by Pleasure Sports are not a guarantee of fit. NEED HELP SELECTING THE BEST WETSUIT FOR YOUR NEEDS?
Introduction to Selecting a Wetsuit. A wetsuit acts as an essential barrier between you and the open water.
There are many important factors to consider when choosing a wetsuit including the main use of the wetsuit (ex swimming, surfing, scuba, etc), water temperature, and budget. For help in selecting the right wetsuit for your needs.Wetsuits trap a thin layer of water between your body and the wetsuit. While you still get wet, your body heats up the thin layer of water to nearly body temperature. Research the water temperature in the region where you will be using your wetsuit the majority of the time.
If temperatures are cold, consider wearing neoprene boots, gloves and hoods along with your wetsuit. Surfing involves a lot of arm paddling. Consider a wetsuit that has stretchy or thinner material in the upper body (shoulders and arms) or in the entire body, such as a 3/2mm or 4/3mm. This will reduce the upper-body fatigue that results from repetitive motion. The most important factors are: 1 Water temperature - The thicker the wetsuit the warmer you will be.Also, if the water is particularly cold, consider a sealed seam wetsuit as well as boots, gloves and hood. 2 Water depth - Wetsuits made specifically for diving are often more resistant to compression. As you descend, your wetsuit compresses quickly. The deeper you go, the thicker a suit you'll need to get the same warmth you would at the surface. Consider whether the activity you will be spending most of your time doing will be mostly at the surface or diving? Look for a well-rounded suit that will best fit your activities and budget. If you are a competitive triathlete or swimmer, you will want a suit made specifically for triathlons. These suits often have different buoyancy panels to increase floatation.
They are usually glued together only, not sewn. Lastly, they do not have a fabric lamination which makes you faster in the water and the suit more stretchy and comfortable for constant movement. However, due to the lack of lamination and glued seams, they are also very fragile and prone to tears from finger and toenails. Many triathletes and recreational swimmers opt for a more traditional surfing wetsuit for practice or day-to-day use as they can handle much more wear and tear.
Be especially careful when trying on a triathlon suit to ensure it More Questions? 0.5 mm- 1 mm. Neoprene Top or SpringSuit / Shorty. Long Sleeve Shorty / Spring Suit or Light Full Suit. Full Suit + Boots + Gloves + Hood.
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