Some of you might be lucky enough to ride at a spot that doesn’t require the warmth of a wetsuit, ever!
But what if you ride at a spot where the water is finally warming up? What kind of wetsuit would you need for average water temperatures which are around the 13 to 14 degrees? We’ve got a little heads up, on what you want to wear in the those kind of water temperatures.
For the men we got a few options, like our Jobe Portland
and Jobe Perth
wetsuits. Both these wetsuits are available with a chest zipper or back zipper. No matter what you prefer, we’ve got it all.
Time to suit up!
Don’t think for a second that we’ve forgotten you ladies.
When average temperatures are hitting your spot you can rock our Victoria
wetsuit. This suit is even available in a reversible
version, so you can get on the water in style! But we also got the Jobe Sofia
, classic and comfort combined in this “Bang for your buckö wetsuit!
Groms want to spend some time on the water too!
Keep the kids of the streets and put them on a board, tube or ski in our Jobe Boston
wetsuit. With this suit you can be sure they’re comfortable and warm. And with multiple colors available, there’s a wetsuit for everyone
Why a Jobe wetsuit?
Creating the perfect suit is not easy but it’s a challenge we love to accept!
The Jobe crew did some extensive research (seriously, they spend to many hours on the water “for research purposes) to create the best wetsuits! The result: a wetsuit with strategically placed panels, for maximum freedom of movement and warmth where your body needs it the most. This makes for a wetsuit which is perfect for every type of watersport. Combine this with our comfy full flex neoprene and you’ll find that wearing our wetsuit is more comfortable than your favorite pajama’s! To top it all of you can mix and match with our wide range of lifejackets, to create a style you can truly call your own!