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Kids Winter (cold water) Wetsuits. Need a kid’s winter wetsuit? Do your kids get really cold? Try our warmer all 5mm full kids & toddlers winter wetsuit.
Many small sizes sold out now – more stock arriving towards the end of June.

Note: NCW does trade ins of ALL used wetsuits – kiddy suits included. If you’re looking to upgrade your child’s wetsuit, and have a pre-loved one you’re replacing, then get in touch. We can probably part exchange or buy your used wetsuit outright. Buy a suit from us and bring it back and part exchange year after year, we’ve families that have had our wetsuits from when their children were toddlers right up until they’ve moved in to adult suits. See our used kids suits here   Do your kids struggle getting into their wetsuit check our our wetsuit easy ons.

NCW kids winter suits are 5mm throughout the wetsuit where as many winter wetsuits are a mix of 5 and 3mm. As a result, this means ours winter wetsuit is often found to be much warmer but they still have plenty of flex because they are made from super stretch neoprene throughout the wetsuit. The special blend of neoprene we use in our kids winter wetsuit is a very soft and comfortable super stretch which we find kids are really happy to wear and gives a warm snug fit.

Features included in our kids winter wetsuits:

• High quality “Comfort Super Stretch” neoprene for a snug and comfortable fit.
• All seams glued and blind stitched to prevent cold water seapage.
• Finemesh chest panel which helps to prevent wind chill.
• Duratex knee pads.
• ‘Hi Vis’ neoprene on shoulders so you can see your child in the water.
• Heavy duty back zip with velcro zip stop and interior zipper inset seam to reduce water flushing.

PLEASE SCROLL DOWN THIS PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION & SIZING. The drop down box to select size listed measurement is NOT child’s height but ankle to neck if you read below.

Out of the kids size you need ? see out 3.5mm full suits great for June onwards if you can’t get a 5mm – Press here

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