What Size Wetsuit Am I?

The Surf Station has a great wetsuit size chart to help you find the right wetsuit for your height, weight, and chest size.

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How to Measure Your Wetsuit

Measuring your wetsuit is an important step to take before you commit to buying one. After all, you want to make sure you’re getting the right size!Wetsuits come in a variety of sizes and styles, so it’s important to know your measurements before you start shopping. In this article, we’ll show you how to measure your wetsuit so you can find the perfect fit.


The first measurement you’ll need to take is your height. To do this, stand up against a wall and use a tape measure to measure from the top of your head to the floor. Once you have your height, consult the sizing chart for the brand of wetsuit you’re interested in to find the right size.


As with all things related to purchasing a wetsuit, your weight is going to play a big factor in what size you should be looking for. If you are on the heavier side, it is best to go with a taller wetsuit. This will help make sure that the suit hugs your body tightly, which is crucial for warmth and water protection. Conversely, if you are on the thinner side, you will want to look at shorter wetsuits. Again, this will help ensure a tight seal around your body.

In general, most wetsuit brands will have a size chart that takes weight and height into account. However, it is important to remember that everyone’s body is different. As such, it is always best to try on a wetsuit before making a purchase. This will allow you to get a feel for how the suit fits and whether or not it is comfortable.


To measure your chest, wrap a tape measure around the fullest part of your chest and under your arms. The tape measure should be snug but not too tight. Make sure to measure both men and women in this way, as women generally have narrower chests than men.


To measure your waist, wrap a tape measure around your natural waistline—typically the narrowest part of your torso. Make sure the tape measure is level all the way around and that it’s not too tight. If you don’t have a tape measure, you can use a string or a piece of cord instead. Once you have your measurement, you can use our size chart to find the right wetsuit for you.


Inseam is the distance from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg. You’ll want to measure this with a tape measurer, not your pants inseam! Make sure you’re wearing a wetsuit or swimsuit bottom that simulates the thickness of a wetsuit. This will give you the most accurate inseam measurement. To find your inseam, stand up straight with your feet about hip-width apart and put the tape measurer at your crotch seam. Run it down the inside of your leg to where you want the wetsuit to end (usually around mid-calf).

Wetsuit Sizes

Wetsuits are not a one size fits all. In order to get the most warmth and comfort in your wetsuit, it is important to choose the right size. Wetsuits are usually categorized by height and weight. In this article, we will go over the different sizes and how to choose the right one for you.


Extra Small wetsuits usually fit best on those who are 5’0″-5’3″ and 105-115 pounds. If you have a 32″-34″ chest, 24″-25″ waist, and 34″-36″ hip, then you should look for an Extra Small size.


Size charts for wetsuits usually display measurements in height (h) and weight (w). If you are somewhere in between sizes, it is often best to go with the larger size. With neoprene wetsuits, a snug fit is key to maintaining body heat, so err on the side of caution when choosing a size. When in doubt, always go with the larger size!

Here are some general size guidelines for wetsuits:

-S: 5’4″ and under, 110 lbs and under
-M: 5’5″ to 5’9″, 111-155 lbs
-L: 5’9″ to 6′, 156-190 lbs
-XL: 6′ and up, 191 lbs and up


Mens Wetsuits
* M = 158 – 170cm / 5’2″ – 5’7″
* MT = 168 – 178cm / 5’6″ – 5’10”

Ladies Wetsuits
* 8 = 153 – 161cm / 5’0″ – 5’4″
* 10 = 158 – 166cm / 5’2″ – 5’5″
* 12 = 163 – 171cm / 5’4″ – 5’7″
* 14 = 168 – 176cm / 5’6″ – 5’9″


If you’re shopping for a wetsuit, you’ll need to know your size. Wetsuits are typically measured inheight and weight, but sometimes you’ll see them sized by chest measurement or European sizes. If you know your height, weight and chest size, you should be able to find a wetsuit that fits well.

Wetsuit sizing can be confusing, because different brands use different sizing systems. And, of course, everyone’s body is a little bit different. But don’t worry – we’re here to help. This wetsuit size chart will help you find the right wetsuit for your height, weight and chest size. Just follow the instructions below, and you’ll be sure to find a wetsuit that fits well and feels comfortable.


Please refer to the sizing chart below to determine your wetsuit size. If you are on the borderline of two sizes, order the smaller size for a snug fit or the larger size for a looser fit. If you have any other questions regarding sizing, please give us a call at 1-800-888-8888 and one of our customer service representatives will be happy to help you.

Size Chart:

Wetsuit Size Height Weight Chest Waist Hips

XS 5’4″ – 5’6″ 110 – 130 lbs 32″ – 34″ 25″ – 27″ 34″ – 36″
S 5’6″ – 5’8″ 130 – 160 lbs 34″ – 36″ 27″ – 29″ 36″ – 38.5″
M 5’8″- 5’10 160- 180 lbs 36″- 38 38″- 40 38.5″- 41
L 5’10- 6’0 180- 200 lbs 38″- 40 40″- 42 41″- 44
XL 6′- 6’3 200+ 44″- 46 42 “-44 44 “-46

How to Choose the Right Wetsuit Size

It’s always best to try on a wetsuit before you buy it. However, if you’re buying a wetsuit online, you’ll need to know how to choose the right size. The first thing you need to do is take your measurements. Once you have your measurements, you can consult a size chart to find the right size wetsuit for you.

Consider Your Body Type

Most wetsuit brands offer a pretty wide range of sizes. As you look through the different options, it’s important to keep your body type in mind.

If you’re on the shorter side, you might want to consider a shorty wetsuit. These are designed for people who are 5’4” and under. They’re also a good choice if you have a shorter torso. If you have a longer torso, you might want to go with a full-length wetsuit.

Taller people often feel more comfortable in a full-length wetsuit as well. If you’re 6’2” or taller, you might want to look for a tall size wetsuit. These are designed specifically for people with a taller frame.

Of course, even if you fall into one of these categories, it’s still important to try on the wetsuit before you buy it. You might find that you feel more comfortable in a size that’s slightly bigger or smaller than what’s recommended for your height and weight.

Consider the Water Temperature

Wetsuit neoprene is a wonderful insulator, but only if there is a thin layer of water between your body and the neoprene. When you’re milling about on the beach getting ready to paddle out, that thin layer of water warms up quickly to your body temperature, so you don’t feel cold. But as soon as you start paddling and that water gets churned up and circulated, it begins to cool back down again. That’s why it’s important to take water temperature into account when choosing a wetsuit. You don’t want to be so comfortable on the beach that you end up chilled once you’re in the water.

##Wetsuits are typically categorized by their thickness, which is measured in millimeters (mm). The thicker the wetsuit, the more insulation it will provide. But there’s a trade-off: The thicker the wetsuit, the more restrictive it will feel, and the more energy it will take to swim in.

##Here’s a general guide to wetsuit thickness by water temperature:

##Water Temperature:Between 75 and 80 degrees F (24 and 27 degrees C)
Ideal Wetsuit Thickness: 3/2 mm full suit or 2/1 mm springsuit
Minimum Wetsuit Thickness: 2/1 mm springsuit

Water Temperature: Between 70 and 75 degrees F (21 and 24 degrees C)
Ideal Wetsuit Thickness: 4/3 mm fullsuit or 3/2 mm springsuit
Minimum Wetsuit Thickness: 3/2 mm springsuit

Water Temperature: 65 to 70 degrees F (18 to 21 degrees C)
Ideal Wetsuit Thickness: 5/4/3mm fullsuit or 4/3 mm springsuit
Minimum Wetsuit Thickness:: 4/3 mm springsuit

Consider the Activity You’ll Be Doing

When deciding on a wetsuit, it’s important to consider the activity you’ll be doing. Wetsuits are designed for different watersports, so make sure to choose one that is best suited for your needs. For example, a triathlon wetsuit will be more flexible than one made for surfing.

##Heading: Get Measured
The best way to find out your wetsuit size is to get measured. This can usually be done at a local sporting goods store or at the place of purchase. If you’re buying a wetsuit online, most retailers will have a size chart that you can reference.

When trying on a wetsuit, it should feel snug but not too tight. You should be able to move freely in it and it shouldn’t restrict your breathing. If you’re unsure about which size to choose, it’s better to err on the side of caution and go with the larger size.


If you are new to diving, the prospect of choosing a wetsuit can be daunting. Even experienced divers can find themselves scratching their heads when trying to figure out what size wetsuit they need. The purpose of this article is to help you understand what size wetsuit you need. We will cover a few different aspects that you need to take into consideration.

What if I’m in between sizes?

If you find yourself in between sizes on the size chart, we recommend going with the larger of the two sizes. Our wetsuits are designed to fit snugly and may feel tighter than traditional swimwear, but they will stretches as you wear them and conform to your body shape.

What if I want a tighter or looser fit?

The best way to determine what size wetsuit you need is to try on different sizes and see how they feel. However, if you are ordering a wetsuit online or you are unable to try on the wetsuit before you buy it, there are a few things you can keep in mind.

If you want a tighter fit, it is better to choose a size that is on the small side. Wetsuits stretch over time, so a suit that is too large will end up being too loose after you have worn it a few times. If you want a looser fit, it is better to choose a size that is on the large side. You can always adjust the fit of a wetsuit by using the closures at the neck, wrists and ankles.

It is also important to consider your body type when choosing a wetsuit. If you are tall and thin, you may want to choose a size that is on the large side so that the suit is not too tight around your arms and legs. If you are short and muscular, you may want to choose a size that is on the small side so that the suit does not feel too loose around your torso.

Can I buy a wetsuit that’s too big and have it tailored?

Yes, you can often buy a suit that is too big and have it taken in. This is especially common with men, who usually have a larger chest and waist than women of the same height. It’s also common with neoprene wetsuits, which tend to fit more snugly than other types of wetsuits. If you’re not sure whether you should buy a bigger or smaller size, it’s always best to err on the side of buying a bigger size. That way, you can always have the suit taken in if necessary.