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Neoprene Wetsuit for Men

RRD 5/3mm Celsius Wetsuit

RRD 5/3mm Celsius Wetsuit

349
incl. VAT*
XCEL 3/2mm Comp X2 Wetsuit 2020

XCEL 3/2mm Comp X2 Wetsuit 2020

259
incl. VAT*
XCEL 5/4mm Infiniti X2 Wetsuit 2020

XCEL 5/4mm Infiniti X2 Wetsuit 2020

375
incl. VAT*
Mystic 3/2mm Brand Wetsuit 2020

Mystic 3/2mm Brand Wetsuit 2020

139.99
incl. VAT*
Ocean & Earth 4/3mm Free Flex Wetsuit

Ocean & Earth 4/3mm Free Flex Wetsuit

179
incl. VAT*
NeilPryde 5/4/3mm Cortex Wetsuit 2020

NeilPryde 5/4/3mm Cortex Wetsuit 2020

299
incl. VAT*
NeilPryde 5/4/3mm Rise Wetsuit

NeilPryde 5/4/3mm Rise Wetsuit

229.9
incl. VAT*
XCEL 5/4mm Axis OS Wetsuit 2020

XCEL 5/4mm Axis OS Wetsuit 2020

189
incl. VAT*
XCEL 5/4mm Axis X X2 Wetsuit 2020

XCEL 5/4mm Axis X X2 Wetsuit 2020

239
incl. VAT*
Mystic 4/3mm Star Wetsuit 2020

Mystic 4/3mm Star Wetsuit 2020

189.99
incl. VAT*
Xcel 5/4mm Comp X2 Wetsuit 2021

Xcel 5/4mm Comp X2 Wetsuit 2021

289
incl. VAT*
Xcel 4/3mm Comp X2 Wetsuit

Xcel 4/3mm Comp X2 Wetsuit

279
incl. VAT*
Xcel 4/3mm Axis X OS Wetsuit 2021

Xcel 4/3mm Axis X OS Wetsuit 2021

229
incl. VAT*
* incl. 19% VAT

The Wetsuit

A long-sleeved wetsuit, also known as neoprene fullsuit or longjohn, is a wetsuit with arm and leg cuffs that covers the entire body except for feet, hands and head. The protective and heat-insulating properties of the neoprene thus act in a maximum range in the lower and upper body, where they protect the skin from chilling and dangerous sunlight on the water.

Wetsuits for men are available in different designs, styles and sizes. The range of long-sleeved wetsuits ranges from 3/2 to 6/5 mm neoprene thickness. The wetsuits differ in their workmanship and the use of different fabrics and technologies, which affect the performance and durability of the long-sleeved wetsuits.

Advantages of the long-sleeved wetsuit

Long sleeve wetsuits or Long Johns have the distinct advantage of their full body design. With a neoprene strength from 5/4 they are also suitable for surfing, kiting, Wetsuitwindsurfing, wakeboarding and stand up paddling in wintry temperatures. In combination with the matching neoprene gloves, neoprene shoes and a neoprene hood, the long-sleeved wetsuit provides 100% protection and works highly efficiently in harsh, icy conditions.

But even with a lower material thickness, a long-sleeved wetsuit can be pimped up by using Neoprene thermal underwear for an autumn and winter suit: a long-sleeved wetsuit with Neoprene strength 4/3, for example, can be worn in winter and summer, in spring and autumn.

Which wetsuit goes for which water temperature?

  • >25°C You don’t need a wetsuit. Or if you are used to wear something, then you can wear a shorty.
  • 22°C - 25°C You still don't need a wetsuit. A shorty, neopren jacket or a neo top should be considering for when it's getting cold.
  • 20°C - 22°C This is the comfortable line limit for wearing a shorty. 3/2 full suit is better for days without sun or wind.
  • 18°C - 20°C A 3/2 full wetsuit is recommended. Colder persons could wear also a 4/3 wetsuit.
  • 15°C - 18°C Now the 3/2 full suits are starting to feel a bit cold but just to be sure, wear a 4/3 wetsuit and neoprene boots as well.
  • 12°C - 15 °C A 4/3 wetsuit will work, or even a 5/3 if you are colder. The neoprene boots are necessarely.
  • 9°C - 12°C A 5/3, 5/4 full suit would work here, together with neoprene boots and gloves.
  • <9°C Here starts to be really cold. We recommend Wetsuit, neoprene shoes, beanie and gloves no thinner than 5mm. 6mm or 7mm would be even better.

The production of wetsuits

Wetsuit ShopThe neoprene rubber as a basic substance is refined within computer-controlled, complex process techniques with other materials: this results in neoprene end products, which are characterized by high quality and different functions.

Lined wetsuits have a roughened, nylon-coated outer layer that protects against abrasions. A smooth skin wetsuit is more sensitive, but protects the body significantly better from evaporation in the wind.

In addition to the different, prerogative and disadvantageous entry-level systems such as Front-Zip, Back-Zip and Freezip, wetsuit manufacturers such as NP Surf, ProLimit and XCEL work with different seam techniques and materials, which decisively determine the stretch, robustness and heat-insulating efficiency of wetsuits.

In your SUP - Kite - Wake - Surf - Neoprene - online surf shop the Surfer-world.com you can between models of brands such as Unifiber and Starboard or Buster and Ronix ProLimit or NP Surf plus NeilPryde to Naish and Mistral as well Matunas Surfwax course also JP Australia or Imagine and Earth Surf also Ding All else Cabrinha continue to select and order BIC Earth SUP and finally XCEL your suitable Windsurf or Kitesurf and Stand Up Paddling or Wakebaord Equiopment.