I know what everyone thinks: “Orlando is tropical and it’s always warm and Scott Byerly comes over for dinner all the time.” Well, believe it or not…
O’Neill’s 2012 wakeboarding wetsuits feature lighter, more-flexible neoprene, eco-friendly materials and much more.
Get a headstart on your 2011 season with O’Neill’s 2011 wakeboarding wetsuits. From fullsuits to springsuits to a range of wetsuit tops, O’Neill has a wetsuit for every style of riding.
Wetsuits and wetsuit jackets are the best way to extend your wakeboarding season. With wakeboarding wetsuits, you can get on the water earlier in the season and ride later in the year. In this wetsuit guide, we’ve assembled the best wetsuits for wakeboarding for 2010. Cop one and enjoy your longest season yet.
Wetsuit Guide: 2010 Wakeboarding Wetsuits O’Neill Hyperfreak Wetsuit ($89.95/$69.95 youth; oneill.com) Thickness: 1.5 mm Temperature range: N/A What we dug most: The O’Neill Hyperfreak wetsuit has a collar that’s super comfortable and the UltraFlex neoprene lives up to its name. If it works for Scott Byerly, it will work for you.