• You really need to be in a full wetsuit for maximum warmth when in cold weather and cold water. A summer weight wetsuit with breatheable seams is fine, however if you feel the cold and spend a lot of time in the water capsizing or rolling you might want to consider a Glued & Sealed winter suit. Unrestricted arm movement is the key, coupled with durability. Bum pads are a popular option because they give your suit extra life around hard-wearing areas—these can be either Armatek or Kevlar.
• Wearing a Spray Jacket over the top of a suit is an excellent way to repel wind chill. Adding a Titanium Hot Top will also add warmth. You'll need boots, and a neoprene hood can be a good option for very cold days. If you aren't capsizing too much wearing thermals or polyprops underneath your wetsuit is a good idea, the only problem with this is, if they get wet they soak up a lot of water and become heavy and uncomfortable.
• A Seventhwave wetsuit Custom-Fit
to your 22 unique measurements is the most comfortable and warmest wetsuit you will ever own. After you complete the custom order form with your 22 measurements, these are analysized to establish your correct fitting size and adjustments are made where a bad ﬁt occurs. It takes 10 days to complete production before being delivered to you by International Economy Courier.
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