Can a wetsuit be too warm?
yes, it’s easy to overheat underwater, and yes, most likely, you’ll be hot. I’d spring for a 3 mil or 5 mil now.
How warm is a winter wetsuit?
Wetsuit Thickness & Temperature Guide
|Water Temp Range (°F)||Water Temp Range (°C)||Wetsuit Thickness|
|65°- 75°||18° – 24°||0.5 mm – 2/1 mm|
|62°- 68°||16° – 20°||2 mm – 3/2 mm|
|58°- 63°||14° – 17°||3/2 mm – 4/3 mm|
Can you wear a 3 2 wetsuit in winter?
Thickness. The most obvious difference is a thicker wetsuit will keep you warmer, as thicker neoprene means more tiny bubbles trapping in air to insulate you. … A middle ground wetsuit would be a 3/2. So for a winter wetsuit you’ll be looking for a 4/3mm or more, and for summer opt for just 2 or 3mm of neoprene.
Is a 3 2 wetsuit warm?
Pronounced “three-two”, a 3/2mm full wetsuit is a fantastic option for days when you need full coverage in warm to cool water temperatures. And by water temperatures, I mean in the 58 Degrees Fahrenheit & up kind of temperatures (depending on the wetsuit seams – more on that shortly).
Can you wear a 4 3 wetsuit in summer?
4/3 FULL. A bit thicker than the 3/2, the 4/3 wetsuit is a warmer option and a must have for all surfers in the North East. The 4/3 wetsuit features 4mm neoprene in the core and back with 3mm through the extremities. Surfers in NE typically wear these suits in the Spring and through the Fall and early Winter.
What size am I in a wetsuit?
Billabong Mens Wetsuit Size Chart
|SIZE||HEIGHT (cm/in)||WEIGHT (kg/lb)|
|ST||173-183 5’8″-6’0″||66-73kg 145-160lbs|
|MS||168-175 5’6″-5’9″||66-73kg 145-160lbs|
|M||175-180 5’9″-5’11”||70-77kg 155-170lbs|
|MT||180-185 5’11”-6’1″||75-82kg 165-180lbs|