Pleasure Sports Wetsuits hand picks the largest selection of top rated wetsuits in the world. Find a wetsuit for every sport, body type, gender, and budget. Looking to go SCUBA diving, surfing, swimming, kayaking, or any water sport you can think of, we have a wetsuit for you. Our goal is to give you the best possible experience in finding that wetsuit and supporting you with choosing the right size and wetsuit for your occasion.
Selecting a wetsuit for your sport is a really exciting time. A few key things to keep in mind before you make your choice. Check the water temperature of where you will be at and make sure that the wetsuit and accessories you are selecting are rated for that temperature. Always use each products size chart, wetsuit sizing is subjective to the manufacture and does correspond to normal clothing. When you are in question, seek us out for sizing help, we would be happy to assist you. Choose a wetsuit that accommodates the type of activity you will be participating in. If you are a SCUBA diver, look for diving wetsuits that can handle compression. Always take a look at the amount of stretch the wetsuit has that you are buying, the more stretch, the more comfortable you will be in the suit. This will help you not get as fatigue and it will help with mobility. Finally, get help from our wetsuit experts and take your time selecting your next wetsuit. Call us, chat live with us, or send us a message. We look forward to helping select your next wetsuit.
Looking to practice sports like surfing, wake boarding, kiteboarding, recreational swimming? These are sports that don't require you to go underwater like SCUBA Diving. If you are not going in 20+ feet of water, keep in mind that a surfing wetsuit will likely be a great option for most sports on the surface. SCUBA diving wetsuits are typically resistant to compression underwater. Whereas surface water sport wetsuits are not. You may find that SCUBA diving wetsuits (wetsuits for sports underwater 20 feet or more) use special rubbers that can handle all the pressure on the neoprene cells. So if you are going to be scuba diving make sure that your wetsuit is made for compression. There are some exceptions to surface water wetsuits. The Hyperflex Greenprene Eco Friendly line of wetsuits target the surfing industry and are also compression resistant.