Traditional back zipper for extra easy on/off.
Comfortable, lightweight neoprene with softer foam and a tighter weave textile for less water absorption, better durability,
and maximum stretch.
Texture embossed rubber that provides excellent wind resistance; ideal for outer chest panels hoods, and other areas that
would otherwise lose warmth quickly.
Durable, comfortable 7 thread seam construction lies flat and smooth against your skin.
DuraFlex Knee Panels
Comfortable, durable knee panels that stretch with you.
Less Seam = More Stretch
Smarter product design means minimizing seams to maximize stretch. Any seams used are always pre-bent and contoured for a
truly engineered fit.
Picking The Right Wetsuit For You
Thickness, style and size are the 3 key points we tell all our customers who are in need of wetsuit, add in a budget and
you have a winning combination to find the perfect wetsuit best suited to you!
Offaxis recommend choosing the right thickness for you depends on your geographical location and when you will be using the
wetsuit the most. This wetsuit is a 3/2mm, which means 3mm panels of neoprene from the legs up through the torso and
2mm of neoprene down the arms. The benefit of this is that you get the flex in the arms but maintain the warmth in the
core of you body when it comes to doing your watersports. Here in the UK we recommend a 3mm wetsuit is ideal from
early June as the water temperatures are starting to warm up especially if and the sun starts shining, all the way through
to late September if the season has been nice and water temperatures are still up! Here in Wales the 3/2mm wetsuits are
very popular for summer watersports.
When it comes to choosing the right size wetsuit it is very important to get the fit correct. If your suit doesn't fit right
it will not do the right job! Offaxis recommend your suit ideally should fit like your second skin and feel comfortable
to wear. If your suit is too large air and water will fill in the gaps and cool your body down very quickly. If the wetsuit
is too tight then it will be uncomfortable to wear and you will put stress on the seams which will stretch and damage
the wetsuit. Take a peek at the Size Chart
see which wetsuit ticks the box for you. If you need some more friendly advice on what we recommend, the difference between
wetsuits or any other questions just drop us a message
us a call 01758 713407