What is the difference between a wetsuit and a Springsuit?

Springsuits are typically cut to have short arms and legs but variations of spring suit exist. The most common variant being the Long-Arm springsuit, which is ideal for cold and windy conditions. It is essentially a spring wetsuit with the wetsuit covering your whole legs but without sleeves.

Do Billabong make good wetsuits?

Leading the way in revolutionary features and designs, when you purchase a Billabong wetsuit you know you will be getting a high quality, long lasting wetsuit that actually performs.

What is Billabong wetsuit?

Billabong wetsuits offer the highest levels of mobility, comfort, durability, and warmth currently available in today’s market. They stand behind the quality of their products, and offer a 12 month warranty on materials and workmanship.

How do I choose a Springsuit?

Here are some things to keep in mind when you’re selecting your springsuit: How thick it is: You’ll want to pay attention to how thick your wetsuit is because the thicker it is in millimeters, the warmer you’ll stay in cold weather. If you’re going to be in cold water, you’ll need a thicker wetsuit.

What is a Springsuit wetsuit?

The springsuit is a short-arm short-leg wetsuit designed to keep your core warm but providing flexibility in two key stretch zones: knees and elbows. In Australia a good spring-suit can be worn comfortably almost all year round, depending on how you feel the cold and moreso what type of seam and zip it has.

What is Billabong graphene?

Graphene is a Nobel-Prize winning wonder material. For the first time ever, Billabong have added it to some of their wetsuits! With graphene-infused yarns in your wetsuit liner, you’ll be warmer faster and for longer.

What is Billabong size 4?

Billabong Women’s Snow Guide (Inches)

XS 31.5 – 33 5’2″ – 5’4″
S 33 – 34.5 5’4″ – 5’6″
M 34.5 – 36 5’6″ – 5’8″
L 26 – 37.75 5’8″ – 5’10”

Does a Springsuit keep you warm?

A 1mm wetsuit top or a 2mm shorty springsuit will certainly add warmth while you’re out there adventuring in the water. But those thicknesses will only keep you comfortably warm in as low as 68 degrees F water, depending on your cold tolerance.

Can you swim in a Springsuit?

If looking to stay warm in a pool for swimming or water aerobics, we recommend trying our wetsuit jackets, vests or springsuits. Note of caution: while rashguards are great for surfing, they’re not always a great choice for swimming.