Lets face it, we are all paying a premium to the major wetsuit brands so that a few lucky pro surfers can enjoy endless trips to places we can only dream of and each time we paddle out in wetsuits emblazoned in logos we are providing free advertising for the brand.
What stands the Blawesome out from the crowd is the sheer volume of air it pushes through your suit – a whopping 60 cubic feet per minute!
The WaveWrecker is a wetsuit that is fitted with a total of 11 built in fins and adds buoyancy and control to the wearer, and seems to blend bodyboarding and bodysurfing together.
As quick as was humanly possible they slipped into their Dryknit lined C-Skins wetsuits and enjoyed a 3-4 hour session in the frozen sea.
There have been a few companies making wetsuits aimed at the Bodyboard crowd for a while now, but until this moment they have always been geared towards the male rider.
No matter if you are into Surfing, Paddleboarding, Bodyboarding, diving or open water swimming, in fact anyone who wears a wetsuit, the Surf Bucket will enhance your experience.
The Denim Wetsuit is a short bottomed, long sleeve suit designed for the female surfer, and much like the True wetsuit is intended to be worn both in and out of the water.
Quiksilver Japan have released a range of Wetsuits called True, that are as smart as a business suit, but just as useful as a wetsuit!
As a surfer who has spent a lifetime surfing in the English Channel in all weathers and seasons, there have been times when I have been so cold, getting the wetsuit on has been near impossible.
With a new wetsuit in the pipeline, Finisterre are looking for a group of hardy Surfers to step up and become wetsuit testers to put the suits through their paces during the approaching British autumn and winter.