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Womens Full Wetsuits  / Mens Full Wetsuits now £36.49 delivered (each) @ Mountain Warehouse
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Womens Full Wetsuits / Mens Full Wetsuits now £36.49 delivered (each) @ Mountain Warehouse

£36.49£69.9948%Mountain Warehouse Deals
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Refreshed 27th May (Posted 30th Apr)
Just noticed that Mountain Warehouse have a selection of wetsuits reduced, plus you can get extra discount using voucher code: BLOOM

Both wetsuits get fantastic customer reviews. Prices below include delivery, however if spending over £50 you will get free delivery.

Everything in the Clearance Sale

Mens Full Wetsuit (was £69.99) then £39.99 Now £36.49 delivered w/code

5 star rating with 74 reviews on site

4 colours available in sizes: S-M, M-L, L-XL


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Womens Full Wetsuit (was £69.99) then £39.99 now £36.49 delivered w/code

4 1/2 star rating with 73 reviews on site

3 colours available in sizes: 8-10, 12-14, 16-18

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The Full Wetsuit is perfect for your next water sport adventure. It's designed in neoprene fabric for full flexibility, whilst the flat seams and close fit provide extra comfort for swimming, kayaking and more.

  • Flat Seams - Combined with a close fit to prevent chafing and provide extra comfort
  • Neoprene - Lightweight foam which retains body heat, dries quickly and allows freedom of movement
  • Contour Fit - A sculpted style, with different levels of thickness around the body for ultimate comfort and support. Made with lighter fabric for the sleeves and thicker fabric for the body, ensuring ease of movement.
  • Key Pocket - Includes a discreet key pocket
  • Adjustable Neck Closure - Adjustable fit around the neck
  • Rubber Panel - With added rubber on the chest area for improved grip
  • Easy Glide Zip - An extended zip pull, making it easier to pull up the zip

Fabric Composition

Polyester 10% Neoprene 90%
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Great price, perfect for anyone heading down the coast during the coming months. Saves a fortune on renting one and no worries about who has peed in it
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I so don't need this, but it's such a good deal!
Anyone own one of these ? What's the sizing like ?
Great price, perfect for anyone heading down the coast during the coming months. Saves a fortune on renting one and no worries about who has peed in it
kbon2 h, 12 m ago

Anyone own one of these ? What's the sizing like ?


Read the reviews, there are a few commenting on the size
Same price on Amazon, which also has lots of people helping out with sizing
Are those any good - have no clue about it , but anyone can reccomend those ?
Ordered full length ones for me and the kids for May in Cornwall, cheers OP.
CopaceticAnswers30/04/2019 14:39

Same price on Amazon, which also has lots of people helping out with sizing


cheers, as i have prime and next day delivery swung it
nexus761 h, 10 m ago

cheers, as i have prime and next day delivery swung it


Same, I'm also more comfortable returning things to Amazon or getting them exchanged for different sizes
I posted a deal for the mens wetsuit last June, there was a 20% off code as well which made it even cheaper but to be honest I would have been happy paying this price. FWIW I'm no expert and there were a few people that posted comments saying it wasn't thick enough for UK waters. Well I got mine to join the kids in the water on our annual holiday to Whitby and the water on the North East coast is bloody cold but I put the suit on and went in, the first time in over 10 years! So I was happy I joined my kids and the kids were happy their Dad got in the water. So I would say for the money you can't go wrong, it was still a bit cold but hey its the North Sea!
There's currently a 20% voucher that can be applied to the ones on Amazon.co.uk. It only applies to one, but can be used over and over. So I ordered 3 separately and saved over £20
wilt01/05/2019 16:02

There's currently a 20% voucher that can be applied to the ones on …There's currently a 20% voucher that can be applied to the ones on Amazon.co.uk. It only applies to one, but can be used over and over. So I ordered 3 separately and saved over £20


Sounds great, which is what please? do you have a link?
Unfortunately it's a surf/messing about wetsuit, really need a swimming one but they are so much more expensive!
Just below it, it has an apply 20% off voucher.
Does water get inside?
azual1 m ago

Does water get inside?


Yes.
azual24 m ago

Does water get inside?


Wetsuits hold a thin layer of water against the skin which warms up and keeps you insulated. Drysuits are the other (and much much much more expensive) type of suit and are used for diving in very cold temps.
37567514-YdhfQ.jpgMy first thought. Priceless treasure Daddy
JGav1 h, 16 m ago

Unfortunately it's a surf/messing about wetsuit, really need a swimming …Unfortunately it's a surf/messing about wetsuit, really need a swimming one but they are so much more expensive!


Made differently so cost more. FYI I brought the Zone 3 advanced for Swim serpentine 3 years ago, love it and will be using it for a fourth year this September.
azual1 h, 31 m ago

Does water get inside?


Definitely. As mentioned above wetsuits are just that...and in this case more so due to the type of stitching used. These use what is called flat lock sticking which is probably the cheapest method and also the one that lets most water through the stitching so are colder than other more expensive wetsuits. Obviously it will be warmer than no wetsuit at all at any time of year but as a surfer I would not wear a flat lock suit until July when the water has warmed up.
These are only really good if they suits are thick or thin enough for the purpose you intend to use them for?

I do watersports in Loch Lomond and normally use a 4/3 which means the wetsuit I use is a 4mm thick in the body and 3mm in the arms and legs, (for easy movement).
I cant't see any spec on the website for these wetsuits, but if its 2mm or 3 it might be too thin for UK wear unless it's a warm day or warmish water.
Amazon deal seems cheaper
Dave367996422 h, 22 m ago

It's ok, found it: …It's ok, found it: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mountain-Warehouse-Mens-Full-Wetsuit/dp/B06XJP1XXC/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=mountain%2Bwarehouse%2Bwetsuit&qid=1556723580&s=gateway&sr=8-3&th=1&psc=1£31.99, next day delivery and easy exchanges, perfect!


I'm not getting the 20% off voucher on Amazon unfortunately
Edited by: "TommehLi" 1st May
Just ordered this along with some other stuff and the code took 20% off the entire order! Happy days
Same price or cheaper in Decathlon.
The Orville called, they want their uniforms back.
6ft here with 33 waist. Got the M/L which is probably slightly too big but fine for messing about. Wore it over Easter in Cornwall and took the edge off the temperature. Noticed it as my hands were like blocks of ice!
A friend of mine has just bought himself a kayak and wanted a wetsuit. he was advised that anything less than 5mm thickness wouldn't be suitable. He lives near the North Sea .. which is pretty cold for 99.9% of the year
What thickness is this ?
In the end he bought a thick used one at the end of the season from a local surf shop .. he was well chuffed
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The suit is 2.5mm thick. 5mm (which seems recommend for the UK) start at around twice this price.

I've ordered one for my paddle board, I do feel the cold so will likely get something thicker after the summer if I'm still enjoying it.

You can get 3mm ones for about this price it seems

sportsdirect.com/gul…wcB
Not suitable for open water swimming but great for messing about in the sea.
SpamJavelin16 m ago

Not suitable for open water swimming but great for messing about in the …Not suitable for open water swimming but great for messing about in the sea.


You can't get much more open water than the sea.
wbmkk34 m ago

A friend of mine has just bought himself a kayak and wanted a wetsuit. he …A friend of mine has just bought himself a kayak and wanted a wetsuit. he was advised that anything less than 5mm thickness wouldn't be suitable. He lives near the North Sea .. which is pretty cold for 99.9% of the yearWhat thickness is this ?In the end he bought a thick used one at the end of the season from a local surf shop .. he was well chuffed.


Cool story dude
wbmkk3 h, 3 m ago

A friend of mine has just bought himself a kayak and wanted a wetsuit. he …A friend of mine has just bought himself a kayak and wanted a wetsuit. he was advised that anything less than 5mm thickness wouldn't be suitable. He lives near the North Sea .. which is pretty cold for 99.9% of the yearWhat thickness is this ?In the end he bought a thick used one at the end of the season from a local surf shop .. he was well chuffed.


Yeah...there are a lot of 'advisers' out there as I found out last year when I posted a deal for these Mountain Warehouse wetsuits!

I would suggest these advisers are serious open water / sea swimmers or water sport enthusiasts (kayakers, surfers, paddle boarders' et al) who spend far more than £40 on a wet suit but probably need to because their sport, hobby, past-time demands it, and they use the equipment throughout the year. Alternatively they simply have the money to spend on gear whether they use it every week or not.

Tut tut, these suits from Mountain Warehouse for £39.99 have 'flat seems'...that would never do!

WTF! If, like me last year you just wanted to get something to use during the summer, maybe on holiday for a week or two in the UK because lets be honest our shores (especially on the East Coast) aren't that tropical and most likely (like me) it will get stuffed in the wardrobe for a year until your next holiday then if you need something to get you into the water like I did this is ideal.

We've been holidaying in Whitby on the North East Coast for the past 15 years. Our kids are fearless, they'll run into the water whatever the weather in just a swimming costume. Me, I'm from the south coast so when I was young the coast from Bournemouth to Brighton were where we headed to on our motorbikes on a hot summer weekend. I got a bit of a shock when I first went into the sea at Whitby! In fact, I only ever went in twice until last year when I picked up one of these wetsuits and plucked up the courage to get back in there with my kids! I'll be going in again this year...so for me, these are well worth the money and I don't have a reason or the money to spend 2- 3 times more on something I'll only ever use 1 to 2 weeks a year!
wilt16 h, 43 m ago

There's currently a 20% voucher that can be applied to the ones on …There's currently a 20% voucher that can be applied to the ones on Amazon.co.uk. It only applies to one, but can be used over and over. So I ordered 3 separately and saved over £20


What’s the code? I’ve tried putting BLOOM into Amazon to no avail
Code Mayday20 and price 31.99
Quinoa01/05/2019 17:04

[Image] My first thought. Priceless treasure Daddy




We're rich daddy!
We can live like kings

Need to rewatch that hidden gem.
There is a review from July where they bought with 50 % off, so this deal does not look anything Special. Sainsburys TU clothing also sell wet suits, so it is worth looking when they have a sale on.
The website link here is useless, the size guide gives you no idea what size a large/Elarge will fit?
FireOnAWire1 h, 49 m ago

We're rich daddy! We can live like kings (excited)Need to rewatch … We're rich daddy! We can live like kings (excited)Need to rewatch that hidden gem.


That's it. I forgot the exact words. "I want to play with the horsey" comes to mind
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