Wetsuit Repairs



If you have a broken zipper a hole or a tear in your wetsuit it can be fixed, Simply bring in your wetsuit and we can have repaired for you.

Open-Cell Wetsuit Repair

We stock and sell wetsuit repair kits that are perfect for open-cell spearfishing and free diving suits as it is very common to cut the neoprene with your finger and toenails whilst putting your suit on and off or cutting the suit on the rocks at the beach.


The best glue to use that is designed for this use is the Gear Aid Aquaseal NEO Neoprene Contact Cement. Wetsuit repair is simple and quick with Aquaseal NEO. Previously known as Seal Cement, this black contact cement is formulated to permanently bond with neoprene and other coated materials. With this flexible liquid adhesive, repairing neoprene gear can be done within half an hour

Wetsuit Repair Kit

The Gear Aid Iron Mend Kit With Tenacious Tape Neoprene Patch, fixing rips, holes and tears on anything made of neoprene is simple. Formerly known as Iron Mend, just cut the patch to size and use a household iron to create a permanent repair to waders, wetsuits, Drysuits and gloves.

Gear Aid Iron Mend Kit

This iron-on fabric patch is useful for reinforcing seams and high-wear areas including elbows, knees and underarms. It’s special lining also gives watersports gear that extra abrasion resistance to keep it looking good. Use Tenacious Tape Neoprene patch to extend the life of expensive neoprene gear and accessories.

AquaSeal FD Repair Kit

Repair all types of gear failures with Aquaseal FD, a clear, waterproof urethane adhesive. After it cures, it becomes a flexible, rubber glue that is ideal for fixing outdoor gear that’s in constant motion.


It also offers excellent abrasion resistance. So, when fishing waders rip on the river or a wetsuit tears while diving through prickly corals, don’t throw it away.

Fix it with Aquaseal FD. It’s also useful as a seam sealer. Don’t let rips, tears, and holes stop you. Patch it up with the all-purpose Aquaseal FD and stay dry.

Wetsuit Repair Costs

  • Ankle or wrist zip fitted to the outside $49 each
  • Ankle or wrist zip fitted inside $55 each (includes flap or seal)
  • Face seal fitted in 3 mm smoothy $50
  • Knee or elbow replacement in 3 mm suits $65 each
  • Knee or elbow replacement, SUPRATEX neoprene $75 each (stronger)
  • 3/4 zip fitted in the jacket or long john $80
  • Full-zip removed and replaced in front zip jacket $110
  • Replace zip slider on existing zipper $39
  • Replace beaver tail and Velcro or clips $79
  • Replace 3 mm bum and bottom pad in long johns SUPRATEX $110

Please Note: that these prices are a guide only as complications may cause extra work during the repair.