Wetsuit Size Charts – Women’s

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Billabong
O’Neill
Rip Curl
Xcel
Roxy
Patagonia
Hurley

Thickness recommendation chart can be found at the bottom

How to choose a wetsuit size? Weight is the most important factor as the wetsuit has to fit snug

Related: Best Women’s Surf Wetsuits


Women’s Billabong Wetsuit Size Chart

Metric / Imperial

147.5cm to 175cm / 4’10” to 5’9″
43kg to 73kg / 95lbs to 160lbs

 


Women’s O’Neill Wetsuit Size Chart

Metric / Imperial

155cm to 183cm / 5’1″ to 6’0″
40.75kg to 84kg / 90lbs to 185lbs

 

Women’s O’Neill Wetsuit Boot Size Chart


Women’s Rip Curl Wetsuit Size Chart

Metric / Imperial

152.5cm to 180.5cm / 5’0″ to 5’11”
45.5kg to 72.5kg / 100lbs – 160lbs


Women’s Xcel Wetsuit Size Chart

Metric / Imperial

150cm to 178cm / 4’11” to 5’10”
40kg to 91kg / 90lbs to 200lbs

Women’s Xcel Wetsuit Boots Size


Women’s Roxy Wetsuit Size Chart

Metric / Imperial

160cm to 180.5cm / 5’3″ to 5’11”
45.25kg to 86.25kg / 100lbs to 190lbs


Women’s Patagonia Wetsuit Size Chart

Metric / Imperial

155cm to 180.5cm / 5’1″ to 5’11”
45.25kg to 72.5kg  / 100lbs to 160lbs


Women’s Hurley Wetsuit Size Chart

Metric / Imperial

152cm to 180cm / 5’0″ to 5’11”
43kg to 77kg / 95lbs to 170lbs


What size wetsuit?

As you can see each brand has its own sizing charts. When you are in-between two sizes, It’s recommended to go for the weight and then for height. It’s better to have a snug fit with a little short/long than vice versa. A wetsuit MUST fit snug, but not too tight!

The break-in period for a surf wetsuit is about 2-5 sessions


Wetsuit thickness chart

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