SOFT INSTEAD OF HARD
Always use an underlay when putting on and taking off your wetsuit to protect it from stones.
SLIDING INSTEAD OF PULLING
With a plastic bag over your hands and feet, you slide into your wetsuit more easily.
TAKE YOUR TIME
Do not try to put on the wetsuit quickly and in one go. It is best to put it on in 10cm steps, little by little.
OUTSIDE IS TABOO
When putting on and ad- justing the wetsuit, always reach into the inner lining. Do not reach into the smooth skin on the out- side.
The wetsuit should always finish well above the ankle. This improves the fit in the crotch. The wetsuit must fit tightly in the crotch.
The wetsuit finishes well above the wrist. A watch should fit in front of the wetsuit.
HELP IS KEY
Always ask for help when closing the wetsuit. This protects the material.
The Velcro fastener should be pulled down at a slight angle to avoid chafing at the neck.
RISK OF CRACKING
Never reach into the collar when undressing after swimming. If possible, always reach into the zip.
SMALL BECOMES BIG
Repair small tears before moving on to the next training session.
AVOID THE SUN
Dry the wetsuit inside out in the shadow and then hang it up normally. Use the widest possible hanger.
If the wetsuit is not used for a longer period of time, it should be stored lying down. You can fold it carefully for this purpose.