Top 5 Women's Wetsuits for Staying Warm
We've all been there... cold, wet, and ready to get back in the boat. During those cool Spring days the O'Neill Bahia makes Wakeboarding and Wakesurfing a whole lot more fun. Extend your early morning sets with the fun and functional O'Neill Women's Bahia Jacket.
Designed to look good and keep you warm on the water, the Bahia Jacket is made with a 1.5MM Superstretch Neoprene in the body and 1MM Superstretch throughout the arms, the Bahia gives you extra warmth without taking away your range of motion. The Bahia's lightweight design and laid back classic surf styling is perfect for the fashion conscious rider on your boat.
Women's Wetsuit Top Key Features
U.P.F. 50+ Protect your upper body from harmful UP Rays.
- Seamless Paddle Zones
- Boardshort Connector
- Smooth Skin Neoprene Throughout the Chest/Back
- Flatloc Breathable Construction
*All Women's O'Neill Jackets come with a Limited 1-Year Warranty that covers any issues with materials or workmanship.
Getting out there early or staying out late? Bring along a pair of the Bahia 2MM neoprene leggings. These are seriously a women's best friend for colder days on the water. This high performance layering piece can be used alone with a swim top or combined with the Bahia Zip Top to protect you from the elements. The combination of chic styling and absolute function makes Bahia a unique wetsuit line for the style-savvy and performance-driven athlete.
Women's Wetsuit Pants Key Features:
- Strategic Seam Placement
- High Waistband
- Flatlock Stitched Breathable Seams
Women's Spring Wetsuit Key Features:
Top off your look with the protection and performance of an O'Neill comp vest. The O'Neill Bahia Women's Comp Vest has forgiving stretch where you need it, making it one of the most comfortable ladies' comp vests to date.
O'Neill Women's Wakeboard Vest Sizing Women's O'Neill Vests and Neoprene Jackets share the same sizing. All Women's vests are sized by chest or bust size.
To obtain the proper life jacket or vest size:
- Start with the t-shirt size you typically wear and compare with the manufacturer's vest size chart
- Use a tailor's tape or a string to measure the widest part of your chest
- Give yourself about a two-finger gap in between the tape/string and your chest
- If you used string, measure the length of the string with a standard tape measure
- If you are in between sizes, consider if you prefer a tighter fit or looser fit
- Please note, neoprene does stretch 10-15% so a tight initial fit is ok
Here's a quick video on how I measure for the right vest size: