Jellyfish numbers are rising worldwide, creating havoc for both industry and humans. Is our severe mismanagement of the ocean to blame or is it the greater effects of rising sea temperatures and run-off? Will stingers define the way we interact with the ocean in the future? In many parts of the world this is already the case.
Yes, we're a wetsuit shop... some would argue it's in our best interest to ensure your wetsuit does not last, that way you buy another wetty right? Thus debunking the text found in this article without a single word read right? WRONG!!! Here at Wetty Warehouse, we prioritise the ocean and the ability to play in it! Without the Ocean we wouldn't sell a single wetsuit ever, so as far as we're concerned, selling fewer wetties for the sake of prolonging the timeframe in which you can get in the water is our goal,
With paddle sports revolving around the surfing industry it's hard to choose products designed specifically for SUP, canoeing and kayaking. It's fair to suggest there isn't much difference but when you spend time considering such products you realise they are a world apart.
There are countless applications for the old neoprene body sock but as far as our wide reach in the wetsuit world goes the big three are Surf, Scuba and Spearfishing and there is much difference. I use the word vastly in the sense of wetsuits, not in the sense of the word vast as the differences are minute in presence but major in how they affect the suit’s performance.
The win moves Wilson up into 5th place overall, amongst fellow Aussie Surfers Matt Wilkinson and Owen Wright. With 4 events left Julian is in a great position considering he’s won 2 in the past. The Ripcurl
From the Steamer to Long Jane there are many variations of wetsuit style, each serving a different temperature range, which is best. TL:DR? there's a video down below ;)