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Sometimes finding the best camo wetsuit can be difficult, where do we start with so many different brands and so many different styles of wetsuits. Well as you know, we will be covering camo wetsuits for spearfishing.

Camouflage Wetsuit For Spearfishing

Here is our list of the top 10 camouflage wetsuits for spearfishing. If you want to learn more about wetsuits such as the sizes and thickness keep on reading. Here are some camo wetsuits for sale.

PICTURECamo Wetsuits For SaleTYPEAVAILABLEPRICERATING
 Mounchain Camo Wetsuits Mens 3mmMounchain Camo Wetsuits Mens 3mm3MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
 Wetsuit Spearfishing Camouflage Green Camo 3mm3MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐⭐
 Realon Wetsuit 5mm Full Spearfishing Suit Camo5MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
 SEAC Men's Body-Fit 1.5mm Neoprene WetsuitSEAC Men’s Body-Fit 1.5mm Neoprene Wetsuit1.5MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐⭐
 Cressi Tecnica5MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐⭐
 Palantic Spearfishing 7mm Neoprene CamouflagePalantic Spearfishing 7mm Neoprene Camouflage7MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐⭐
 Spearfishing Wetsuit 3D Yamamoto Reef Camo 7mm 2 PieceSpearfishing Wetsuit 3D Yamamoto Reef Camo 7mm 2 Piece7MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐⭐
 SEAC Makaira 2mm Camo Spearfishing WetsuitsSEAC Makaira 2mm Camo Spearfishing Wetsuits2MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐
 Nataly Osmann Camo Spearfishing Wetsuits Men's 3mmNataly Osmann Camo Spearfishing Wetsuits Men’s 3mm3MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐⭐
 Riffe Covi-Tek Camo 3.5mm 2-Piece WetsuitRiffe Covi-Tek Camo 3.5mm 2-Piece Wetsuit3.5MMYESCheck Price⭐⭐⭐

Those were camo wetsuits for sale. Now let’s take a look at some information on wetsuits that will help guide you when deciding on purchasing a wetsuit.

Wetsuit Thickness

wetsuit thickness

Wetsuit thickness is usually measured in millimeters MM which will usually be followed by 3 numbers which are separated by a / slash.

When it comes to staying warm with your wetsuit the thickness of the neoprene is what to look for.

When measuring the thickness of your wetsuit, the first number will be the thickness of the neoprene in your torso area.

The second number measures the thickness of the neoprene in the legs.

The third number represents the thickness of your neoprene wetsuit in the arms.

The thicker the neoprene in the first number will maintain your cores body heat in your torso.

This is extremely important, especially when diving in cold water conditions as this will help and save you from the possibility of hypothermia.

The second and third numbers are of your extremities.

The thicker the neoprene the warmer the wetsuit will be but you’ll have less flexibility.

So if you are diving in cold condition you’ll want a thicker wetsuit and a lot of brands will clearly state or provide their own temperature recommendations.

HOW SHOULD YOUR WETSUIT FIT?

wetsuit fitting

When it comes to fitting your wetsuit it’s extremely important. If your wetsuit doesn’t fit properly you risk either not having good mobility or not being warm.

Also look at the specific brand wetsuit chart when deciding on your correct size.

You should know that your wetsuit should feel like a second pair of skin with no sagging or excess material around your arms and legs.

Ideally, you’d want your wetsuit to fit nice and tight which will keep only a thin layer of water between your skin and your wetsuit.

Also, remember that your wetsuit should fit nice and snug around your neck and maybe consider using a rash guard under your wetsuit to prevent any neck rash.

FIT CHECKLIST

Keep in mind that trying on or fitting your wetsuit will be difficult when you’re putting it on dry.

Since your wetsuit needs to be nice and snug is sure not to have any extra room in your torso, crotch, shoulders, arms, and knees.

Use a pair of socks so that your feet will slide in easier when dry fitting your wetsuit.

Once you have the wetsuit on and fitted, lift your arms up and stretch out your shoulders and you should only have a slight resistance

If you feel too much pressure during this movement then more than likely your wetsuit is too small.

Ideally, you should be able to move your arms around and be able to squat down easily.

Keep in mind that wetsuits that are 5/4mm and higher will be more restrictive. Also, take notice to each brand as you try them on because they will slightly differ.

Types Of Wetsuits (SEAM SEALS)

We will be looking at the different style wetsuit seams and explaining the differences so you can get a better understanding because there are a ton of different style seams when it comes to wetsuits.

FLATLOCK STITCHING

These types of wetsuits will let in a bit of water but it will lay flat against your body without any discomfort. Also be sure to use this type of wetsuit in temperatures above 62 degrees.

SEALED (GLUED AND BLIND STITCHED)

This style wetsuit will let in very little water, it is also recommended to use in water temperatures above 55 degrees. The stitch panels are glued and then blind stitched. The blind stitching does not go all the way through to the neoprene the stitch will come out the same side it went in.

SEALED AND TAPED (GLUED, BLIND STITCHED AND 100% TAPED)

If you plan to go in colder water conditions such as 55 degrees or below then this style wetsuit would be recommended. The stitching is glued and then blind stitched together but it will also contain interior seam taping. This interior taping will provide added durability and will reinforce your seams which in return prevents any water from seeping in.

WETSUIT ZIPPERS

When it comes to wetsuits with zippers there are two different styles, chest zips, and back zips.

Chest zips are where the zipper is located near your chest and back zips the zipper is located on the back.

BACK ZIP WETSUITS

back-zip-wetsuit

These style wetsuits normally have a cord attached to the zipper since the zipper is located on your back which runs down the center of your spine.

This cord allows you to zip yourself up.

One of the biggest advantages of having a back zip wetsuit is because it is usually the easiest to fit on, you’re able to enter and exit your wetsuit easily.

If you’re a bigger set person you may want this style since trying to fit into a skin-tight wetsuit isn’t exactly easy.

The downfall to this is, normally water will get in through the zipper area and can be tough during cold dives, imagine ice cubes running down your back! YIKES!

As technology grows companies are starting to design their own flush guard systems to reduce this from happening and Quiksilver hydro shield is one.

Also having the zipper on the back may restrict movement when going forward as the zipper isn’t stretchy.

Those are some things to consider when choosing a back zip wetsuit.

CHEST ZIP WETSUITS

chest-zip-wetsuit

With chest zip wetsuits you normally enter the wetsuit through the neckline before pulling the neck cut over your head and zipping closed the suit at the chest.

Chest zip wetsuits are normally thicker and harder to enter and exit.

One great thing about chest zip wetsuits is the ability to keep water from penetrating the suit through the seams and your neckline.

Also once you’re in the suit it may seem a bit more comfortable with the chest zip as it is able to snug around your neck better and less likely to cause any neck rashes and you’ll get better movement since the zipper isn’t located on the back.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need a wetsuit for spearfishing?

Spear fishing can require quite a bit of swimming and maneuvering underwater, so you need a wetsuit that can give you freedom of movement and warmth as well.

What is open cell wetsuit?

open cell neoprene sticks when worn against the skin, generating a watertight seal to keep a diver even warmer.

Do you wear anything under a wetsuit?

Most people wear nothing under their wetsuits, except that you can wear either board-shorts or speedos if you’re a male diver. However, if the water is cold, either put on a thicker wetsuit or use your wetsuit with a thermal lycra or neoprene shorts. You’ll get some additional insulation that way and stay warmer.

Conclusion

As always, we hope you enjoyed the information about camo wetsuits for sale here at ulua.com about wetsuits and we hope you leave here with some good information when deciding on purchasing your next camo wetsuit. Always remember, to have a wetsuit that fits nice and snug and take caution to your water temperatures to get the right MM wetsuit. If you enjoyed this article then you may also enjoy our write up on the best spearguns or possibly even the best spear floats. As always we are constantly updating our site and adding new valuable information for you anglers and spearfishers, so bookmark our site and feel free to follow us on instagram @uluacom or facebook https://www.facebook.com/uluas/.

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