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There has been a lot of focus on fits lately, as opposed to a few years ago when the stretch was the fit. Is there room for improvement on silhouettes (and genders)?There is always space to improve, especially if we use new fabrics, that are more flexible, durable etc., changes the way it fit a suit. We need to adapt and adjust the patterns & measures of our wetsuits, depending on this, so they dont fill loss or press more than expected.

The ever popular surf brand - Hurley - now have wetsuits. Look good, surf great! You have all the information now on what wetsuit you are going to buy (and if you don't then have a read of our wetsuit buying guide and wetsuit information page). Use the links below to find out more details about the individual wetsuits. Don't forget to make sure you get the right size. Take a look at the Hurley wetsuit size chart below for the right size.

Comfort is undoubtedly affected by the cut of the wetsuit and panel positioning. However, all the brands featured in this article have put years of research and development into designing their wetsuits. I would say that the most crucial factor in comfort for modern winter wetsuits is sizing.

The seams are often taped inside the wetsuit. Taping further reduces water ingress, enhancing warmth and durability. Premium wetsuits will usually have improved protection via liquid sealed or welded seams.

Personally, I am a massive fan of hooded winter wetsuits. I find them comfortable, protective, and I experience less water flushing than external hoods. Hooded suits are really a matter of personal preference.

The R4 (alongside all Patagonia wetsuits) is made with 85% Yulex Rubber, a natural alternative to traditional neoprene. The company utilises recycled spandex and polyester made from discarded bottles for the wetsuit linings.

Quite simply industry leading. Along with Finisterre, Patagonia are setting new standards that other companies will have to catch up to. The R4 is FSC certified by the Rainforest Alliance and is leading the way for sustainable winter wetsuits.

Gordan and Rena Merchant founded Billabong in 1973. Billabong became one of the biggest surf brands in the world, its popularity only growing throughout the 80s and 90s. Billabong wetsuits always utilise the most cutting edge materials. The research and development is second to none and other companies are often a year behind Billabong technology.

Finisterre designs functional and sustainable products for those that share a love of the sea. They undertook a comprehensive testing program when designing their cold water wetsuits, inviting the feedback of all different types of surfers, from pros to beginners. As a result, Finisterre winter wetsuits are visible in many of the coldest lineups on earth.

The Nieuwland 5mm has a plethora of unique features that set it apart from other winter wetsuits. Finisterre have strategically positioned 6mm panels on the chest and in the lumbar region for increased warmth. 80% of this wetsuit has internal pile lining making it one of the warmest on the market.

needessentials wetsuits are committed to minimising the impact on the environment. All needessentials Thermal wetsuits use more environmentally sound neoprene compared to traditional petroleum-based neoprene. This is combined with Carbon Black rubber derived from recycled car tyres that helps to reduce energy consumption, Co2 emissions and landfill waste. The wetsuit lamination glue is water based and free from harmful chemicals and the whole production process is also overseen by BLUESIGN ensuring the trust and transparency of needessentials wetsuits.

Hurley was founded in 1999 when Bob Hurley parted ways with Billabong. The company pride themselves on continuous research and development. Hurley wetsuits have disputed the market since their inception due to the impressive performance properties and unwavering quality.

Rip Curl was founded in 1969 in Victoria, Australia, an area renowned for chilly water conditions. They began their production of wetsuits in 1970, transforming pre existing diving technology into wetsuits suitable for surfing.

There are a number of ways to reach Hurley's customer service. The company features a California local number for California residents: 714-783-1123. Non-California residents can dial 855-655-2515. Email support is available at, though you can also fill out the web form on Hurley's Contact page.

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