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It depends on the brand, but since O'Neill is one of the most popular, here is a link to their sizing chart.

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Where can I buy wetsuits?

Wetsuits are
available at the stores of the main manufacturers (ie. O\'Neil, Quicksilver,
Billabong) and at different local shops. In addition, there is a great
selection of wetsuits in which you can buy online. Popular websites include:

Feb 06, 2013 | Water Sport

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What are the main manufactures of wetsuits?

The main manufacturers of wetsuits are: O'Neil, Rip Curl, Quicksilver, Body Glove, and Billabong.

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What are the different types of wetsuits?

The different types of wetsuits are: Full suits, shorty suit, bodysuit, and johnny suit. For more information, check out this informative website:

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How much do wetsuits cost?

High quality wetsuits generally cost between $150-$500, depending on the type of wetsuit, company, and quality of the product.

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What are the different activities wetsuits are used for?

The different activities that wetsuits are used for are: surfing, diving, kayaking, swimming, triathlon, windsurfing, etc.

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What are wetsuits?

Wetsuits are garments worn by individuals that participate in water sports (surfing, scuba diving, etc.). Wetsuits protect the body from the cold temperature of the water and prevent the body from losing heat.

Feb 06, 2013 | Water Sport

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My diving instructor told me that it's not good to put your wetsuit on until right before you get in the water. Why?

I'm guessing that he or she told you that for a few reasons. By nature, wetsuits are tight and not breathable. Plus they tend to be black. So if you are sitting in the sun for a long time, getting to a destination or waiting to dive, you could overheat and become dehydrated quickly. These are not problems you want to be dealing with when you are deep under water.

Jan 17, 2013 | Water Sport

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What are wetsuits made of?

Wetsuits are made from neoprene, a waterproof synthetic rubber material. Today, there are two main types of neoprene that wetsuits are made of: Super Stretch and Water-Repellent Super Stretch.

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Is the wetsuit actually to small for you? Wetsuits are fairly delicate, especially the thinner ones. Having a can of neoprene cement in your kit is a smart idea. Read the instructions on the can if you want it to work well.

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