Spearfishing Wetsuits in Australia
Discover the Best Spearfishing & Freediving Wetsuits You Can Buy
When it comes to spearfishing activities, wearing a specially made spearfishing wetsuit is just as important as having the right spearfishing equipment. At Dive Gear Australia, we stock a range of spearfishing wetsuits in Australia to help keep you comfortable and warm when in the water. We can provide you with a one piece wetsuit or two piece spearfishing wetsuit depending on your preferences.
We offer our customers an extensive range of freediving wetsuits and closed and open cell wetsuit options for spearfishing that are available in various styles, colours and thicknesses. We also have competitively priced spearfishing wetsuits for sale from leading brands, such as Rob Allen, Salvimar, Huntmaster, Cressi and Ocean Hunter. Our 2 piece wetsuits are available in 1.5mm, 3.5mm, 5mm, 5.5mm and 8mm options, while our one piece wetsuit products are made in 3mm options for warmer waters.
Dive Gear Australia understands how important it is to make sure the spearfishing wetsuit you wear remains up to the task. That’s why we also sell open cell wetsuit lube products from highly regarded brands like J-Lube and Rob Allen. These products make getting into and out of your open cell wetsuit a much smoother process.
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To find the best spearfishing wetsuit for your needs, browse our range today. You can also call us on (03) 9702 3694 or contact us online to learn more about our available spearfishing wetsuits in Australia.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a wetsuit for spearfishing?
Yes, you do. There are three reasons for this:
- A spearfishing wetsuit protects the person wearing it by maintaining their body temperature and keeping them warm.
- A wetsuit protects the skin from minor cuts and scrapes caused by underwater rocks and debris.
- A wetsuit protects the skin from sunburn when spearfishing close to the surface on sunny days.
What type of wetsuit do I need for spearfishing?
The type of spearfishing wetsuit you should wear can depend on what time of year it is, as this will affect the temperature of the water. If you plan on spearfishing in warm tropical waters, a 1.5mm spearfishing wetsuit, 2mm wetsuit or 3mm wetsuit is recommended. If you’ll be spearfishing in colder conditions, thicker 5mm, 5.5mm and 8mm options are a good choice.
What are spear fishing wetsuits made from?
Most 1 and 2 piece wetsuits on the market are made out of a synthetic rubber material called neoprene. This material is highly durable, flexible and insulating.
How do you care for spearfishing wetsuits?
Neoprene spearfishing wetsuit products can be damaged due to poor storage, as well as by chemicals. They can be cared for by following these tips:
- Clean the wetsuit and ensure it’s completely dry before being put away.
- Do not fold the wetsuit when storing it, as this can create permanent creases in the rubber that can rip, tear and crack.
- When storing the wetsuit, hang it onto a special hanger or lay flat on a shelf (do not place any items on top).
What wetsuit can I choose if I am allergic to Neoprene?
Dive Gear Australia stocks hypoallergenic spearfishing wetsuits for sale that are made from thiuram-free neoprene that won’t cause allergic reactions. We can help you find the best spearfishing wetsuit for you that’s neoprene-free.