Guide to Wetsuits
The weather might be warm but that doesn't mean the water is. We have your guide to wetsuits this summer!
Wetsuits - Rip Curl Classic 2/2
It won’t be hard to spot you in the water when you're wearing Rip Curl Classic. This half body suit has bright red sides with a black center. Although the red makes you stand out, it doesn’t look bad. This wetsuit is also comfortable and extra durable - you won’t have any leakage wearing this suit. This wetsuit also caters to those of you who are still growing – the flex fit stretches as you grow. Retail - $40 US.
Wetsuits - SWS 2/2 Classic Shorty
Sleek, versatile and really silver, the SWS 2/2 Classic Shorty is a good choice. Perfect for wakeboarding, waterskiing or surfing - the SWS Classic Shorty is perfect for water sports. This wetsuit fits well on the body and the quality is superb. The colors are cool and it kind of has a dolphin-like feel to it with the silver. The patterns on the wetsuit are also fresh and modern, making you look darn good in the water. Retail - $55 US.
Wetsuits - HO Big Fish
If staying warm and comfortable is your objective, then the HO Big Fish is the wetsuit for you. But if looking good is your objective, then you might want to stay away from this wetsuit! The dark blue mixed with the light blue and dark grey make this suit hard on the eyes. The orange fish blowing white bubbles up the front make this wetsuit even more hideous. But at least its a durable, functional suit! Retail - $90 US.
Wetsuits - O'neill 3/2 Reactor Full
Nothing too flashy, the O’Neill Full Reactor is a simple but stylish choice. A full body suit with seamless flex zones - you know you'll always be comfortable in this wetsuit. The orange side stripes add a little flavor to the suit as well. It also has a couple of cool features like a hidden key pocket and built in knee pads. Retail - $100 US.