A shorty wetsuit is another name sometimes used for spring suits. It has short legs and sleeves, and it's great for watersports such as diving, surfing, kayaking, and so on. When should you wear a shorty wetsuit? How to pick up a suitable shorty wetsuit? Below are some tips shared with you.


Shorty wetsuits are ideal for relatively warm water temperatures, typically ranging from around 70°F (21°C) to 80°F (27°C). In cooler water temperatures, a full wetsuit may be necessary for better insulation. Therefore, if you diving or surfing in warm water, choosing shorty wetsuits is a good choice. In addition, shorty wetsuits can effectively protect skin from the sun's ultraviolet rays.

Choosing a suitable shorty wetsuit involves considering several factors such as size, thickness, material, and features. In the one hand, check the sizing chart before making a purchase. On the other hand, shorty wetsuits are commonly made from neoprene, a flexible and insulating material. If possible, try the wetsuit on before purchasing to ensure the fit is right and there are no uncomfortable pressure points.

Finally, Our Neosplash shorty wetsuits are made of Neoprene laminated with nylon fabric, 10V YKK front zip, and flatlocked stitching. Let's pick up your favorite shorty wetsuit now.