Neoprene is the secret sauce behind wetsuits, offering a winning combination of elasticity, insulation, and protection from scratches and UV rays. But with diverse surfing experiences come diverse wetsuit needs. Dive into tropical waters? Your gear will differ drastically from braving the chilly North Sea.
Also, comfort plays a crucial role. Try on different suits to find the perfect fit and warmth level for your aquatic adventures!

Check out the main features of Brunotti wetsuits:

Hexagon Quick Dry

Hexagon Quick dry lining insulates heat and dries fast. Is it our latest and most advanced inner lining. It is ideal for multiple surf sessions throughout the day.

Motion X Neoprene

A flexible and soft-touch neoprene for the highest levels of comfort and movability. This is our midrange quality neoprene.

Gravity Flexprene

The lightest and warmest neoprene on the market; lightweight, stretchy and softer than most other suits, resulting in an easy to wear wetsuit.

3D Flex Pattern

The 3D Flex pattern in designed to maximize your freedom of movement. This is to ensure you will be comfortable while moving.

Glued Blind Stitched

The edges of the panels are placed end on end and glued together. They are then stitched on the inside, the stitching does not go all the way through to the outside of the panels, therefore giving hidden strength to the seams.

Flat-Lock Stitched

Flat-lock stitching involves laying one panel edge over the other, then stitching though the neoprene, resulting in flexible and strong seams.

Ultra Thin Taped Seams

Used on the inside of our most high-end wetsuits. It maximizes the warmth and stretch of the seams. This taping is made of the finest stretch neoprene available.


Brunotti wetsuits are slightly longer on the legs and arms which allows all northern Europeans to have warm ankles.

Which Wetsuit with which temperature

23+°C: Lycra / Rash Guard

You only need protection against the sun and prevent skin irritations.

19-23 °C: Spring suit or shorty

Those are usually made out of thinner neoprene. An average shorty is 2 mm thick which is just perfect in temperatures between.

15-20 °C: 3/2

3/2 means that the neoprene around the core is 3 mm thick and the neoprene on the legs and arms is 2mm thick. The core heat is most important and losing thickness in arms and legs allows you to move freely.

12-17 °C: 4/3 steamer + neoprene surf shoes

4/3 means that the neoprene around the core is 4 mm thick and the neoprene on the legs and arms is 3 mm thick. Perfect for waters between 12-17 degrees. Heat escapes mostly from the end of your limbs like your head, hands and feet. In colder waters it is recommended to add neoprene accessories to insulate your body heat.

9 – 13 °C: 5/3 or 5/4 + neoprene surf shoes and cap

5/3 means that the neoprene around the core is 5 mm thick and the neoprene on the legs and arms is 3 mm thick. If you get cold easily, try a 5/4 wetsuit. With those temperatures, neoprene accessories are highly recommended.

13 - °C: 6/4 + neoprene surf shoes and cap

Those are for addicts. This wetsuit is suitable for waters lower than 13 degrees. Additional neoprene accessories are a must in these conditions to maintain your body temperature and stay safe.

What else to consider?

Size Chart

Westsuits Size Chart