Who makes NeoSport wetsuit?
Who makes NeoSport wetsuit?
NeoSport is a division of Henderson Aquatics a leader in water sports gear and apparel manufacturing for over 50 years. NeoSport products have been designed and developed utilizing Henderson’s history of innovation as well as Henderson’s extensive patterning and construction resources.
Why do surfers wear wetsuits?
When surfing in colder temperatures, you need to regulate your body heat to avoid quitting early, and water conducts heat away from the body much faster than air. Wetsuits are effective because, with the right material and a snug fit, they limit water circulation as you’re moving in the water.
What is the purpose of a wetsuit?
Wetsuits are usually worn by swimmers, divers, or surfers who swim in cold water. Wetsuits insulate the swimmers, or help them retain body heat. This, in turn, helps the swimmers avoid hypothermia, a dangerously low body temperature. Wetsuits are made of a kind of rubber called neoprene.
What is the best material for a wetsuit?
The best neoprene is insulating, lightweight, stretchy, durable, and hydrophobic (making it absorb less water). Entry-level neoprene used in wetsuits these days is better than the top-of-the-line neoprene used in suits from the distant past and is very functional.
Where are NeoSport wetsuits made?
Since every NeoSport wetsuit is originally designed and manufactured at its USA factory, NeoSport can provide warranty and repair services, unlike other brands that simply resell wetsuits designed and manufactured by companies outside the USA. The Customer experience and Customer service are our number one priorities.
Is NeoSport Henderson?
Henderson, Hyperflex and Neo Sport are now part of the Henderson Sport Group. The group of companies remains focused on Thermal protection and innovation and development of neoprene products.
Is it easier to put on a wetsuit wet or dry?
Both can be good if you and your wetsuit are both wet or dry. So if you try to slip in a dry wetsuit with a sweaty or wet body it will be harder than if you and the wetsuit are both wet. The same goes for when you and your wetsuit are both dry.
What thickness wetsuit should I get?
Wetsuit Thickness & Temperature Guide
|Water Temp Range (°F)||Water Temp Range (°C)||Wetsuit Thickness|
|65°- 75°||18° – 24°||0.5 mm – 2/1 mm|
|62°- 68°||16° – 20°||2 mm – 3/2 mm|
|58°- 63°||14° – 17°||3/2 mm – 4/3 mm|
|52°- 58°||11° – 14°||4/3 mm – 5/4/3 mm|
How much should you spend on a wetsuit?
Wetsuits can vary in price based on a number of factors. In general, the low end is typically around $50 for shorty springsuits, while fullsuits typically start around the $75 range. On the high end, prices typically top out around $500.
Do you put a wetsuit on wet or dry?
Ensure You’re 100% Dry: We don’t recommend putting on your wetsuit while you’re wet. It will take forever! Give yourself time to air dry or liberally towel off before suiting up. Use a Bag and a Chair: A plastic grocery bag can be a huge help for getting the suit over your feet and hands.