Do you wear a bathing suit under wetsuit?

What do you wear under a wetsuit for swimming?

The trunks or swimming costume you’d normally wear in your local swimming pool is all that’s required to wear under your wetsuit. And if you are training for an open water swim, that’s all you’ll need for the rest of the season. However, there is one exception – we wouldn’t recommend wearing boardshorts.

Do kids wear swimsuit under wetsuit?

Kids have the same option as their adult family members when deciding what to wear with a wetsuit. Rashguards, swimwear, or going naked. However, you will need to be more mindful of protecting their skin under the strong UV sun rays to avoid sunburn and skin damage.

What can I wear under my wetsuit to keep me warm?

Different undergarments that can be worn under a wetsuit

  • Surf Shorts. This is called standard surf equipment. …
  • Sleeveless vest. …
  • Bike style shorts. …
  • Men briefs. …
  • Neoprene vest. …
  • Neoprene Shorts. …
  • Underwear. …
  • Why divers wear undergarments under wetsuits.

Is it OK to wear wetsuit in pool?

You can swim in a wetsuit in a pool, especially if you are looking for some added buoyancy or warmth. If you are using an outdoor pool in a cooler climate, you may enjoy the warmth provided by a wetsuit. Wetsuit vests, short johns, and even triathlon wetsuits may be perfect for those who tend to get cold in the water.

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What thickness wetsuit do kids need?

When the warmth well and truly ceases to exist, extra protection for children and juniors is key! 5mm wetsuits give you the protection you need from very low water temperatures. The 5mm neoprene will protect your child’s core to retain body heat and either 3mm or 4mm for the limbs.

What should I wear if I don’t have a wetsuit?

Even on a baking hot day, if you’ve been wild swimming for some time without a wetsuit, you’ll need warm clothes when you get out. Take a hat, gloves, loose-fitting trousers and tops that are easy to pull on, warm socks, shoes (avoid laces if you can), a fleece and a coat or dryrobe.