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SKINFOX neoprene shorts - the why, what for and especially which suit?

For hot summer days, a neoprene shorty is exactly the perfect accessory that you need. In the following, we will deal with the topic of neoprene shorts and what you should pay particular attention to when buying. Here at https://skinfox.com/de/ we have a large selection of fantastic shortie wetsuits that are ideal for a variety of water sports. You can find brands from big names like Billabong and O'Neill at great prices. Make sure to order your shorty wetsuit (wetsuit in short) at https://skinfox.com/de/ for the best deals and the highest quality items. Sports such as kite surfing, jet skiing, kayaking, and sailing can benefit from short wetsuits in the summer months. This is because it does not require full body coverage. So you don't sweat that easily in these short neos. You can even use short neos for general beach use with the family. This wetsuit is available for adults and children. They are much easier to stow in the suitcase when you want to take them with you on vacation. Buy from us and get the best neo for your needs.

What is a short wetsuit?

A shorty wetsuit, or simply referred to as "shorties", refers to wetsuits that cover the upper body and have short sleeves for arms and legs. The question of whether to wear a short neo is a constant debate among divers and other water sports enthusiasts. When should a diver opt for shorties over a full body wetsuit? A neo is an insulation suit for warmth and protection in water sports. These suits trap a thin layer of water between your body and the suit. This layer of water is warmed up by the body, which prevents you from losing too much heat in the water. Water molecules conduct energy (heat) 25-40 times faster than air molecules. For example, you feel very comfortable on a day with 20 degrees and only wear a T-shirt and jeans. A water temperature of 20 degrees seems a lot colder to you. Neos are not supposed to keep you completely dry. Neoprene is made up of small, closed cells that are filled with air and provide insulation against cold water by trapping heat. The thicker the suit's neoprene, the warmer the suit will be as it has more heat-retaining insulation. It is important to study the water temperature (taking into account the different seasons and waves) in the area where you will primarily be wearing the Neo. A shorty wetsuit is a short wetsuit. So the main function is to maintain body heat by trapping a layer of water on the skin. This water is heated by body heat and acts as an insulator. The neoprene rubber neoprene consists of air bubbles in the fabric, which in turn help to trap the water layer. Won't a full body wetsuit offer better insulation than shorties? Indeed, it is true that a neo offers better thermal insulation for the whole body than shorties. Shorties are best used in warmer waters, where flexibility in movement is preferred over the need for thermal insulation. Shorties work best in water temperatures above 22 ° C and provide the body with sufficient insulation to allow the diver to stay in the water longer. Shorties are also easier to wear. Many who prefer shorties to clumsy neo are more likely to switch to wearing shorties that are easy to put on and take off. This is probably one of the greater advantages of the shorty wetsuit, ease of wearing and flexibility with limb movement. There is a lot of debate about the fact that shorties are less likely to protect a diver's arms and legs from bumps, scratches and jellyfish bites. Those who swear by shorties will disagree, arguing that the benefits of a lightweight, easy-to-pack, and easy-to-wear wetsuit far outweigh the need for slightly greater protection that a full-body wetsuit offers. In the end, it boils down to two simple factors: water temperature and personal preference. If you dive in warmer areas and find it annoying to put on and take off, you should buy a Shorty Neo.

Different types of wetsuits

A shorty neo is also known as a spring suit. A shorty wetsuit is another name that is sometimes used for spring suits. It has short legs and sleeves and is great for water sports where knees and elbows need to be as flexible as possible so that you are perfectly prepared. There are different types of Neos, however, and it is helpful to know which ones to use and under which conditions. Let's break down the basic types of wetsuits that might interest you:

  • Long-sleeved suit: As the name suggests, this one has long sleeves instead of short ones.
  • Short shorties: This one is different because it has no sleeves. The top part looks like a tank top.
  • Long Shorties: These have long legs, but your arms are not covered. The upper part also resembles a tank top.
  • Regular Shorty: This type of neo has short legs and sleeves.
  • Triathlon wetsuit: This type is similar to a shorty wetsuit in that the legs are short. The big difference is that these types of wetsuits offer a bit more flexibility in the shoulders, which is a good benefit when swimming in triathlon.
  • A fullsuit: with long sleeves and long arms, this Neo offers maximum protection against cold water. This is intended for much colder water temperatures, such as when diving in deeper waters.

The usefulness of a short neo

Now the question is clarified when you need a short neo and how you can find the best neo for your needs. An adult & child wetsuit is a great option if you don't need a full suit. When the water is warm, you may not want to force yourself into a full suit when a short neo is a lot easier and quicker to put on. In addition, you may get too warm in a full suit or your freedom of movement is restricted. Surfing or other water activities will then be more difficult because you cannot move as well. Short Neos are ideal for warmer waters if you are looking for mussels in shallow waters or want to examine the underwater world. You can use shorty wetsuits for all types of water sports including kayaking, paddling, diving, surfing, triathlon, swimming, windsurfing, skiing, aqua aerobics, and more. Take a look around our shop. Here you will find the perfect neo for the summer.

Which Neo should you choose?

The market is full of good brands and innovative neos. It will be very difficult to find the right suit for your needs if you do not get detailed information beforehand. You should consider the following when choosing the Neo:

  • Thickness: One of the most important things to consider when considering and buying a neo is the thickness of the neoprene. The thickness of the Neos is measured in millimeters, with two or three numbers separated by a slash. The first number stands for the thickness of the neoprene in the torso area, the second number for the thickness of the neoprene on the extremities (or only for the legs if there is a third number) and the third number (if available) for the neoprene thickness in the arms. The thicker neoprene (the first number) is used on your upper body to help maintain body heat. Your core heat is extremely important in preventing hypothermia. The thinner neoprene (the second / third number) is used for your extremities. The thicker the neoprene, the more warmth but less flexibility. Therefore, the thicker neoprene is placed where you need less flexibility (torso area). The thinner neoprene is used where your body is constantly in motion (arms and legs). You should pay attention to how thick your neo is. The thicker the suit in millimeters, the warmer it is. If you only dive in cold water, you will need a thicker neo. For the summer months it is recommended to take a shortie wetsuit, which is not quite as insulated.
  • Fit: A neo should fit like a second skin without the back sagging or the arms or legs clinging together excessively. It should be snug so that there is only a thin layer of water between your body and the suit. If your suit is loose, an abundance of water will wash through, making the suit less effective at keeping you warm. A neo should also be snug around the neck. Many people wear rash protectors under their wetsuit to prevent a throat rash. Most women wear a bathing suit underneath for extra protection and support. Fit is a very important consideration when buying a neo. If your neo doesn't fit properly, you won't be able to move the way you imagined. See brand-specific size charts for Neos to find the right fit for a shortie wetsuit.
  • Style and design: In addition to the fit, appearance naturally also plays a very important role. It is listed third here because appearance is not the most important thing. Nevertheless, it is important that you choose a Neo that you feel comfortable in because you also like it visually. Take a look at our different styles and motifs and choose your favorite. If you don't want your arms covered, you can opt for a shorty spring suit in a tank-top style, for example, with your arms and shoulders not covered by neoprene.
  • Sun protection: Always remember that you need sun protection when you are in the water. If you opt for a tank-top style neo, you should apply sunscreen to your arms and shoulders to prevent sunburn.
  • Zippers: Your zipper can be on the chest or on the back. Decide on the variant that you like the most.
  • Tips:
    • When you have put on your Neo, there should be no more space in the upper body, in the crotch, on the shoulders or in the knees. A well-fitting neo is difficult to put on when dry. Tip: Always wear socks when you put them on to make it easier to get into the Neo.
    • Raise your arms above your head once and straighten your shoulders. This should only be marginally limiting. If you feel a lot of pressure during this movement, the suit is too small.
    • You should be able to crouch and move your arms easily.
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SKINFOX neoprene shorts - the why, what for and especially which suit?

For hot summer days, a neoprene shorty is exactly the perfect accessory that you need. In the following, we will deal with the topic of neoprene shorts and what you should pay particular attention to when buying. Here at https://skinfox.com/de/ we have a large selection of fantastic shortie wetsuits that are ideal for a variety of water sports. You can find brands from big names like Billabong and O'Neill at great prices. Make sure to order your shorty wetsuit (wetsuit in short) at https://skinfox.com/de/ for the best deals and the highest quality items. Sports such as kite surfing, jet skiing, kayaking, and sailing can benefit from short wetsuits in the summer months. This is because it does not require full body coverage. So you don't sweat that easily in these short neos. You can even use short neos for general beach use with the family. This wetsuit is available for adults and children. They are much easier to stow in the suitcase when you want to take them with you on vacation. Buy from us and get the best neo for your needs.

What is a short wetsuit?

A shorty wetsuit, or simply referred to as "shorties", refers to wetsuits that cover the upper body and have short sleeves for arms and legs. The question of whether to wear a short neo is a constant debate among divers and other water sports enthusiasts. When should a diver opt for shorties over a full body wetsuit? A neo is an insulation suit for warmth and protection in water sports. These suits trap a thin layer of water between your body and the suit. This layer of water is warmed up by the body, which prevents you from losing too much heat in the water. Water molecules conduct energy (heat) 25-40 times faster than air molecules. For example, you feel very comfortable on a day with 20 degrees and only wear a T-shirt and jeans. A water temperature of 20 degrees seems a lot colder to you. Neos are not supposed to keep you completely dry. Neoprene is made up of small, closed cells that are filled with air and provide insulation against cold water by trapping heat. The thicker the suit's neoprene, the warmer the suit will be as it has more heat-retaining insulation. It is important to study the water temperature (taking into account the different seasons and waves) in the area where you will primarily be wearing the Neo. A shorty wetsuit is a short wetsuit. So the main function is to maintain body heat by trapping a layer of water on the skin. This water is heated by body heat and acts as an insulator. The neoprene rubber neoprene consists of air bubbles in the fabric, which in turn help to trap the water layer. Won't a full body wetsuit offer better insulation than shorties? Indeed, it is true that a neo offers better thermal insulation for the whole body than shorties. Shorties are best used in warmer waters, where flexibility in movement is preferred over the need for thermal insulation. Shorties work best in water temperatures above 22 ° C and provide the body with sufficient insulation to allow the diver to stay in the water longer. Shorties are also easier to wear. Many who prefer shorties to clumsy neo are more likely to switch to wearing shorties that are easy to put on and take off. This is probably one of the greater advantages of the shorty wetsuit, ease of wearing and flexibility with limb movement. There is a lot of debate about the fact that shorties are less likely to protect a diver's arms and legs from bumps, scratches and jellyfish bites. Those who swear by shorties will disagree, arguing that the benefits of a lightweight, easy-to-pack, and easy-to-wear wetsuit far outweigh the need for slightly greater protection that a full-body wetsuit offers. In the end, it boils down to two simple factors: water temperature and personal preference. If you dive in warmer areas and find it annoying to put on and take off, you should buy a Shorty Neo.

Different types of wetsuits

A shorty neo is also known as a spring suit. A shorty wetsuit is another name that is sometimes used for spring suits. It has short legs and sleeves and is great for water sports where knees and elbows need to be as flexible as possible so that you are perfectly prepared. There are different types of Neos, however, and it is helpful to know which ones to use and under which conditions. Let's break down the basic types of wetsuits that might interest you:

  • Long-sleeved suit: As the name suggests, this one has long sleeves instead of short ones.
  • Short shorties: This one is different because it has no sleeves. The top part looks like a tank top.
  • Long Shorties: These have long legs, but your arms are not covered. The upper part also resembles a tank top.
  • Regular Shorty: This type of neo has short legs and sleeves.
  • Triathlon wetsuit: This type is similar to a shorty wetsuit in that the legs are short. The big difference is that these types of wetsuits offer a bit more flexibility in the shoulders, which is a good benefit when swimming in triathlon.
  • A fullsuit: with long sleeves and long arms, this Neo offers maximum protection against cold water. This is intended for much colder water temperatures, such as when diving in deeper waters.

The usefulness of a short neo

Now the question is clarified when you need a short neo and how you can find the best neo for your needs. An adult & child wetsuit is a great option if you don't need a full suit. When the water is warm, you may not want to force yourself into a full suit when a short neo is a lot easier and quicker to put on. In addition, you may get too warm in a full suit or your freedom of movement is restricted. Surfing or other water activities will then be more difficult because you cannot move as well. Short Neos are ideal for warmer waters if you are looking for mussels in shallow waters or want to examine the underwater world. You can use shorty wetsuits for all types of water sports including kayaking, paddling, diving, surfing, triathlon, swimming, windsurfing, skiing, aqua aerobics, and more. Take a look around our shop. Here you will find the perfect neo for the summer.

Which Neo should you choose?

The market is full of good brands and innovative neos. It will be very difficult to find the right suit for your needs if you do not get detailed information beforehand. You should consider the following when choosing the Neo:

  • Thickness: One of the most important things to consider when considering and buying a neo is the thickness of the neoprene. The thickness of the Neos is measured in millimeters, with two or three numbers separated by a slash. The first number stands for the thickness of the neoprene in the torso area, the second number for the thickness of the neoprene on the extremities (or only for the legs if there is a third number) and the third number (if available) for the neoprene thickness in the arms. The thicker neoprene (the first number) is used on your upper body to help maintain body heat. Your core heat is extremely important in preventing hypothermia. The thinner neoprene (the second / third number) is used for your extremities. The thicker the neoprene, the more warmth but less flexibility. Therefore, the thicker neoprene is placed where you need less flexibility (torso area). The thinner neoprene is used where your body is constantly in motion (arms and legs). You should pay attention to how thick your neo is. The thicker the suit in millimeters, the warmer it is. If you only dive in cold water, you will need a thicker neo. For the summer months it is recommended to take a shortie wetsuit, which is not quite as insulated.
  • Fit: A neo should fit like a second skin without the back sagging or the arms or legs clinging together excessively. It should be snug so that there is only a thin layer of water between your body and the suit. If your suit is loose, an abundance of water will wash through, making the suit less effective at keeping you warm. A neo should also be snug around the neck. Many people wear rash protectors under their wetsuit to prevent a throat rash. Most women wear a bathing suit underneath for extra protection and support. Fit is a very important consideration when buying a neo. If your neo doesn't fit properly, you won't be able to move the way you imagined. See brand-specific size charts for Neos to find the right fit for a shortie wetsuit.
  • Style and design: In addition to the fit, appearance naturally also plays a very important role. It is listed third here because appearance is not the most important thing. Nevertheless, it is important that you choose a Neo that you feel comfortable in because you also like it visually. Take a look at our different styles and motifs and choose your favorite. If you don't want your arms covered, you can opt for a shorty spring suit in a tank-top style, for example, with your arms and shoulders not covered by neoprene.
  • Sun protection: Always remember that you need sun protection when you are in the water. If you opt for a tank-top style neo, you should apply sunscreen to your arms and shoulders to prevent sunburn.
  • Zippers: Your zipper can be on the chest or on the back. Decide on the variant that you like the most.
  • Tips:
    • When you have put on your Neo, there should be no more space in the upper body, in the crotch, on the shoulders or in the knees. A well-fitting neo is difficult to put on when dry. Tip: Always wear socks when you put them on to make it easier to get into the Neo.
    • Raise your arms above your head once and straighten your shoulders. This should only be marginally limiting. If you feel a lot of pressure during this movement, the suit is too small.
    • You should be able to crouch and move your arms easily.