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Discover The Best Scuba Diving Wetsuits For 2024


Discover the Best Scuba Diving Wetsuits for 2024

Ready to dive into the deep but scratching your head over which wetsuit will keep you snug and comfy underwater? No worries, we’ve got your back! Let's dive into the top-of-the-line and best scuba diving wetsuits available at Abyss Scuba Diving. 

If you’re just starting out, this guide’s got the goods to make sure your next dive is top-notch. We’ll show you how the right wetsuit not only keeps you warm but also ramps up the fun and keeps you safe while you’re exploring the big blue.

How To Choose Your Ideal Scuba Wetsuit

Selecting the perfect wetsuit is a big deal, whether you're planning to explore the chilly depths down south or enjoy the warmer currents of the Great Barrier Reef. Here are the factors you should know to find the best fit for your adventures:

  • Thickness Counts: Australia’s seas can range from toasty to teeth-chattering. Opt for a thinner 2-3mm suit for those tropical Queensland dives, but if you’re heading to cooler waters like Victoria, a 5-7mm wetsuit will keep you warm.

  • Snug Fit: A good wetsuit should fit like a second skin—no baggy bits. This keeps you warm and gives you better mobility underwater.

  • The Right Material: Neoprene is your go-to for both warmth and flexibility. Some wetsuits now include eco-friendly materials, doing our bit for the ocean.

  • Zips and Seals Matter: Ensure your wetsuit has strong zippers and snug seals around your wrists and ankles. This is essential for keeping the cold out and the warmth in, especially in the unpredictable Aussie seas.

  • Look Good, Dive Better: Choose a wetsuit that reflects your style without compromising on functionality. Bright colours can also help your mates keep an eye on you.

Picking the right wetsuit is more than just about warmth; it's about making your dive as enjoyable and safe as possible. Follow these tips to find your perfect match! 

Best Scuba Diving Wetsuits in 2024

Ready to know which are the best scuba diving wetsuits you should get in 2024? Let’s dive in:  

Bare Revel Scuba Diving Wetsuits (AU$ 236.55)

The Bare Revel range is one of the best scuba diving wetsuits, which is a marvel of comfort and flexibility, available in 2/3mm, 5mm, and 7mm thicknesses. Its design is inspired by water sports, ensuring a fit that feels custom-made. The blend of neoprene and laminate hugs your body, allowing for an unrestricted diving experience that feels as good as it looks.

  • Perfect fit and comfort for any dive

  • Flexible and stylish, inspired by water sports

  • Suitable for a range of water temperatures

Bare Elate Full Womens 2/3mm (AU$ 236.55)

Tailored for women who demand both style and performance, the Bare Elate Full Women's wetsuit comes in thicknesses perfect for Australian waters. Its anatomically correct 3D patterns ensure a fit that feels personalised, while the watersport-inspired design keeps you looking sharp. 

  • Designed for women, with a perfect fit

  • Stylish and comfortable, inspired by water sports

  • Flexible material for ease of movement

OCEANPRO Rebel 7 Diving Wetsuits (AU$ 359.10)

Built tough, the OCEANPRO Rebel 7 is the go-to for dive schools and rental fleets. Its Heavy-Duty Crush resistant L Foam Neoprene stands up to the test of time, while the Supratex reinforcements ensure durability where it counts. The ankle zippers and form-fitting cut make this wetsuit easy to don and doff, proving that tough can still be comfortable.

  • Durable and designed for frequent use

  • Easy to wear with ankle zippers

  • Reinforced for extra protection

Enth Degree Fiord Long Sleeve Female (AU$ 153.30)

For the adventurous lady who loves to tackle multiple water sports, the Enth Degree Fiord Long Sleeve is more than just a wetsuit. It’s your second skin on the water, designed to keep you warm, dry, and moving freely. The high visibility reflective print makes sure you’re seen, whether you’re diving at dawn or dusk.

  • Water-repellent and windproof for all conditions

  • Warm and flexible, ideal for layering

  • High visibility for safety

Bare Evoke Womens Wetsuit Aqua 5mm (AU$ 599.00)

Designed by women, for women, the Bare Evoke harnesses OMNIRED Technology to keep you warmer and longer. The yoga and active-wear-inspired design ensures a snug fit that moves with you, while the Velcro® adjustable neck seal and Glideskin collar add an extra layer of comfort. 

  • OMNIRED Technology for superior warmth

  • Designed specifically for women

  • Comfortable and flexible for active use

Bare Reactive Deluxe Scuba Wetsuit (AU$ 1,044.05)

The pinnacle of wetsuit technology, the Bare Reactive Deluxe utilises Graphene OMNIRED technology for unmatched warmth and insulation. Environmentally conscious divers will appreciate its construction from limestone-based foam and the use of water-based glue. 

  • Cutting-edge warmth technology

  • Eco-friendly materials

  • High performance meets environmental responsibility

Ocean Hunter Artemis Cell 3.5mm Full Wetsuit (AU$ 299.00)

Specially designed for spearfishers, the Ocean Hunter Artemis Cell offers camouflage for concealment and a high-stretch open cell inner for warmth and comfort. The thick chest loading pad adds protection, making it suitable for a range of diving activities. 

  • Camouflage for underwater stealth

  • Comfortable and warm open cell inner

  • Protective chest pad for spearfishing

Bare Aqua-Trek 1, Drysuit Male - Medium (AU$ 3,199.00)

For divers venturing into colder waters, the Bare Aqua-Trek 1 drysuit offers unparalleled protection and warmth. Its lightweight and breathable fabric ensures comfort without sacrificing durability. Complete with M-PADz knee protection and a warm collar; this drysuit is designed to keep you diving longer and more comfortably in the most challenging conditions.

  • Lightweight yet durable

  • Breathable for maximum comfort

  • Enhanced protection for cold water diving

Enth Degree Eminence QD (AU$ 602.10)

For the modern diver, the Enth Degree Eminence QD marries style with substance. Available in 7mm or 5mm, its Quick Dry Thermal lining keeps you warm between dives, while the high stretch neoprene ensures freedom of movement. The "Batwing" seal and Glued & blind stitched seam construction minimise water entry, keeping you warmer, longer, and drier under the sea. 

  • Quick Dry Thermal lining for warmth

  • High-stretch neoprene for freedom of movement

  • Minimised water entry with advanced seal technology

With each of these top picks from Abyss Scuba Diving, Australian divers are equipped to face any underwater challenge. Are you looking for warmth, flexibility, durability, or eco-friendliness? No worries, our list of best scuba diving wetsuits in 2024 has something for you.

Disclaimer: Prices shown in the article are as of March 2024; these prices may be changed at any time without further notice.