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Temperature guide

Notice: Isurus wetsuits made from 100% Japanese Yamamoto neoprens are often worn 1 mm thinner than conventional neoprene wetsuits. Many factors besides water temperature can influence how warm or cold you feel in the water. Your individual preference comes first when choosing a wetsuit. For use as a guide only.

  ISURUS WETSUITS  
°F Sea Temperature Guide Wetsuits °C
-45° Ti Alpha 6.5 Hooded Wetsuit -7°
40° – 50° Ti Alpha 5.4 Hooded Wetsuit -4.5° – 10°
45° – 55° Ti Evade 4.3 Hooded Wetsuit 7° – 13°
50° – 60° Ti Evade 4.3 Unhooded 10° – 15°
7° – 13° Evade 3.2 Wetsuit 13° -18°
70°+ Evade 1.5 Pullover Top 21°+
48° – 58° Shield 4.4 Zipfree Hooded Wetsuit 9° – 14°
58° – 60° Shield 3.3 Zipfree Hooded Wetsuit 10° – 15°
55° – 65° Shield 2.2 Zipfree Wetsuit 13° – 18°
60° – 70° Shield 2.2 Short Arm Fullsuit 15° – 21°
60° – 70° Shield 2.2 Long Sleeve Springsuit 15° – 21°
  Women  
40° – 50° Ember 454 Hooded 4° – 10°
50° – 60° Ember 343 10° – 15°
 

 

Isurus wetsuits are generally worn 1 mm thinner than conventional neoprene wetsuits.

 

Many factors besides water temperature can influence how warm or cold you feel in the water. Your individual preference comes first when choosing a wetsuit.

For use as a guide only.