Women's Wetsuits for Your Water AdventuresLooking for a wetsuit to keep you warm and comfortable during your water adventures? Look no further than Jetpilot's range of women's wetsuits. Our high-quality wetsuits are made from premium neoprene, designed with function and comfort in mind.
Functional and Comfortable Women's WetsuitsWhether you're into PWC racing, wakeboarding, or other watersports, Jetpilot has the perfect women's wetsuit for you. Our range includes spring suits, janes, and full-length steamers, all made from premium materials such as 100% 360 stretch neoprene and durable YKK zips. Our wetsuits are designed with style and function in mind, ensuring that you can stay warmer and out on the water for longer.
Choose Your Perfect Women's WetsuitJetpilot offers a range of women's wetsuits and neoprene outfits to suit your needs. Whether you need a jacket, tour coat, shorts, or springsuit, we have you covered. For training or racing, we recommend our RX Series jane or jacket. For added warmth on the water, slip into a steamer or spring suit. And for an extra layer of protection against the cold, throw on a 2mm tour coat to keep you toasty. With Jetpilot women's wetsuits, you don't have to let the cold slow you down. Shop our range today and experience better gear for a better experience on the water.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Women's Wetsuits
What is a wetsuit?A wetsuit is a piece of apparel worn by water sports enthusiasts to provide insulation and protect the body from the cold water. It is made of neoprene, a material that provides warmth and flexibility.
What size wetsuit should I buy?The best way to determine your wetsuit size is to check the size chart provided by Jetpilot. Wetsuits should fit snugly, but not too tight, to ensure maximum insulation and flexibility.
What is the difference between a spring suit and a wetsuit?A spring suit is a type of wetsuit that covers the torso and the arms but leaves the legs exposed. It is designed for warmer water temperatures and provides less insulation than a full wetsuit.
Can I use a men's wetsuit instead of a women's wetsuit?While it is technically possible to wear a men's wetsuit instead of a women's wetsuit, it is not recommended. Women's wetsuits are designed to fit the female body shape, which is different from the male body shape. Wearing a men's wetsuit can lead to discomfort and decreased performance on the water.
How should I care for my women's wetsuit?
To keep your women's wetsuit in good condition, rinse it with fresh water after every use and hang it to dry in a shaded and ventilated area. Avoid exposing your wetsuit to direct sunlight or heat sources, as this can damage the neoprene material. Make sure to follow the care instructions provided by Jetpilot for best results.
What is a jane wetsuit?
A jane wetsuit, also known as a john wetsuit, is a type of wetsuit that is sleeveless and has full-length legs. It is typically worn by both men and women for water sports activities such as jet skiing, wakeboarding, and surfing. The name "jane" comes from the female version of the name "John," as this type of wetsuit was originally designed for men and was later adapted for women's use. The jane wetsuit provides protection and insulation to the lower body while allowing for more freedom of movement in the arms.