The XT3 Junior wetsuit from TWF is a high quality shortie 3mm neoprene wetsuit that is suitable for all watersport activities in UK waters and abroad.
The super stretch 4 way material is used in the shoulders, sleeves and back panels of the wetsuit to allow a greater freedom of movement whilst in the water as well as being easier to get on and off.
You lose a lot of heat through the torso so the mesh chest panel has a durable textured smooth skin on the top surface of the neoprene and reduces the wind chill keep children warmer for longer in the water.
Flatlocked stitching is a strong, comfortable flat stitch formed by overlapping the neoprene and stitching right through the two pieces so you end up with a flat seam that will not rub or chafe the skin.
The wetsuit is made from 3/2mm ultralight foam, a combination of multiple thickness of ultralight neoprenes for increased warmth and flexibility in the places where you need it
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TWF XT3 3mm Kids Shortie Wetsuit - Charcoal/ Lagoon
Unisex style and colourway
3/2mm ultralight foam - combination of multiple thickness neoprenes for increased warmth and flexibility in the places where you need it
100% flatlocked stitching for comfort
Superlite Ultra 4 way stretch sleeve and back panels
Mesh chest panel reduces wind chill
Glide skin adjustable collar system
Non-corrosive zipper and velcro zip lock
No underarm seams
Specific paddle zone
New density neoprene for maximum wear
Certified UPF 50+ max UV protection
TWF code: 1011
When trying on a wetsuit, it should feel snug and you will probably feel that range of motion is reduced. This is normal. However, make sure breathing doesn't feel restricted.
Wetsuits use trapped water to help insulate the body so the fit should not be too loose. This would let water flow freely through the suit and it would lose all the benefits of the trapped water being warmed by the body.
The fit should not be too baggy in the underarm or leg area. Some bagginess at the small of the back is normal.
When sizing a suit for your child please measure the distance from the base of the neck (where the collar bones meet) to just underneath the crotch and the chest size.
Measuring your child is preferable over just selecting the age group
- Size Guide