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    Mens Long John Wetsuits

    Mens Long John Wetsuits are defined by their long legs and sleeveless design, hailing from the early days of surfing, where Aussie's surfed in AFL Guernseys.  Today the Long John is going strong as it is the only wetsuit style that will not place any resistance on your paddle/stroke because there's no neoprene on your shoulders or arms - thicker neoprene means more fatigue.  The long legs work to keep your lower body...

    Mens Long John Wetsuits are defined by their long legs and sleeveless design, hailing from the early days of surfing, where Aussie's surfed in AFL Guernseys.  Today the Long John is going strong as it is the only wetsuit style that will not place any resistance on your paddle/stroke because there's no neoprene on your shoulders or arms - thicker neoprene means more fatigue.  The long legs work to keep your lower body warm and for swimmers this helps in your lower-leg buoyancy.  Often overlooked in the surfing world is the long-john and wetsuit top combo that is arguably the most seasonally versatile choice - it also doubles the thickness around your torso, considering the thickness of the top and long john are combined.

    Although most commonly used by the surfing world we are finding the long-john style to be the most desirable for Triathlon, ocean swimming, canoeing, kayaking, SUPing, adventure racing and obstacle course racing - basically anything that involves strenuous arm activities.

    To get the most out of your Mens Long John Wetsuit we recommend washing it with Wetsuit Wash & reading our maintenance guide

    If you want to learn more in order to make an informed decisions hit our video/blog links just below!

     

    Mens Wetsuit Long John Features

    • Sleeveless Design: less strain on your paddle stroke
    • Long Legs: lower-body warmth & buoyancy for ocean swimmers
    • Back Zip or No Zip: back zips are the most common today however some wetsuits have a velcro panel on the shoulder that allows you to enter through the neck/shoulder - these tend to be more flexible as there is no zip.
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    Mens Long John Wetsuits

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