Urban Beach

Mono Blacktip 2mm Men's Summer Wetsuit

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  • Regular price £32.99


Size Chest (Inches) Chest (cm) Height (Feet) Height (cm) Weight (lbs) Weight (Kg)
XS 32" 81 5'2" - 5'4" 160-164 106-143 48-65
S 34" 86 5'4" - 5'5" 164-168 117-150 53-68
M 36" 91.5 5'5" - 5'6" 168-172 122-156 55-71
L 38" 96.5 5'7" - 5'8" 173-177 133-169 60-77
XL 40" 101.5 5'8" - 6' 178-182 139-196 63-89
XXL 41.5" 105.5 6' - 6'1" 183-187 160-202 72-92
XXXL 43" 109 6'1" - 6'3" 187-191 166-216 75-98

 

The Blacktip Full Length and Shorty 2mm wetsuits from Urban Beach are the perfect way to enjoy your watersports in warmer climates. These summer suits are made of 2mm neoprene, and can be used for all sorts of watersports including surfing, kayaking, SUP boarding etc.

  • Urban Beach 2mm Blacktip Mens Wetsuit (Full Length or Shorty)
  • 2mm Neoprene
  • Flatlock Stitching
  • Mesh Chest Panel
  • Key Loop
  • Features
  • Full length back zip
  • Ergonomic panel design


Handy hints and tips on Wetsuit Sizing and Fitting

Wetsuits are meant to be formfitting like a second skin. You don’t want loose folds of neoprene, or large pockets of air or water in your wetsuit.

Your wetsuit will feel tight when you put it on, but it will loosen up considerably in the water!

There is a proper way to put a wetsuit on. Many people try to put their arms in before the suit is fully pulled up, resulting in the sense that the suit is too small or doesn’t fit properly. Don’t get ahead of yourself, and take it slowly. Make sure your knee pads are over your knees, then make sure the groin of the suit is pulled up as far as possible. Next work on the torso until the entire suit is pulled up near your armpits and is smoothed out for the most part. Then you’re ready to tackle the arms. This will make it much easier to put on. A little bit of talcum powder on your hands and feet can help the suit slip on more smoothly and avoid any damage or tearing.

Don’t put your wetsuit on backwards ;-) The zipper has a long pull tab on it and goes to the back. If the zip becomes stuck in the neoprene, don't tug or pull too hard as it may cause tearing or damage to the zip. Get a friend or relative to help you.