The newest version of the SPORT Wetsuit 3mm Outside-Lined is designed specifically for freedivers who train in chilly waters. Whether you are a recreational freediver, instructor, or someone who frequently trains in water cooler than 27°C (81°F), warmth and freedom of movement are this wetsuit’s top priorities.
3mm of open cell neoprene clings to your skin, preventing water from flowing in and out and slowing down heat loss.
Stretchy neoprene and an open cell interior allow the wetsuit to easily move with you, giving you the flexibility you need for every freediving discipline.
A highly elastic fabric exterior provides scratch resistance and protection against damaging UV rays. Reinforced seams protect against fraying at the wrist, ankle, and face cuffs.
This wetsuit is the classic choice for freediving, yet it can also be used for scuba diving, surfing, wakeboarding, and more.
Open cell wetsuits must be put on in water or with lubricant. Recommended temperatures for freediving and other water sports differ due to the level of activity. If you do not tolerate cold easily or are spending an extended amount of time in the water, refer to the warmer temperatures in the ranges below.
Freediving: 24 - 27°C (75 - 81°F)
Other water activities: 22 - 27°C (72 - 81°F)
Wetsuit tops and pants can be purchased in separate sizes.
- A wetsuit must be thoroughly rinsed in fresh water right after every dive. If you do not have a chance to do so directly after diving, leave your wetsuit in a bag with some seawater. Do not let salt water dry on your wetsuit and do not machine wash.
- After rinsing in fresh water, allow the wetsuit to air dry. Do not dry your wetsuit in the sun, near a fire, near central heating systems, or in a clothes dryer.
- From time to time your wetsuit should be washed using a wetsuit-specific shampoo. Follow directions closely. Remove grease, oil, and other stains using a wetsuit-specific degreaser. Never use petroleum products on your wetsuit.
- Store your dry wetsuit in a cool, dry place and avoid folding it for excessive periods. Folding a wetsuit for short-term transport is acceptable, otherwise, it is recommended to lay it flat or hang it on a hanger that does not stretch out the wetsuit. Avoid storing direct sunlight.
- If you tear your wetsuit, use Neoprene Cement to repair it, which is commercially available at most diving centers or watersport stores. Follow the instructions carefully. Fabric-finished surfaces can be loop stitched, but avoid stitching completely through to the opposite surface. If you have doubts about repairing your wetsuit, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will happily assist you.
See the full list of product care instructions here
A 1-year limited warranty
applies. Please note that defects or damage to the equipment caused by improper or incorrect use or insufficient/improper maintenance and product care
will render our Warranty Policy null and void.
If the product is currently in stock, it will be sent out to you within 2 - 5 business days. If the product is out of stock, we will contact you by e-mail to inform you about possible delays. If you order this product along with another product that has a longer production time, your entire order will be shipped with all of the items together once the product with the longest production time is ready.
Shipping and Returns
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