Explorer Tour - Men's
Explorer Tour - Men's
Explorer Tour - Men's
Explorer Tour - Men's
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Tech Specs

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  • Open Water Swimming Wetsuit
  • Elasticity & Perfect Fit - The Cut Is Designed Swimming With No Stitching In Critical Areas.
  • Structure - Double Face Flexible Neoprene Makes The Explorer Tour Both Comfortable & Durable.
  • Closure System - The Zip Has A Smooth Flap Which Provides Additional Comfort & Mobility Whilst Keeping Insulated.
1 - 3 Business Days for delivery to UK mainland.
Free Delivery On Orders Over £50
Collection Available From Our Lakeside Store Contact - Sheppertonwatersports@gmail.com
Try Before You Buy @ One Of Our Lakeside Stores At The Below Venues! 

Shepperton Open Water Swim TW179HL  Shepperton Splash TW17OQQ 

Head Over To One Of Our Venues & Test The Suit Or Suits Out In The Water To Make Sure You Find The Right Wetsuit & Fit For You.

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The Hypex Tour Was Designed With New Swimmers In Mind! Double Faced Neoprene Ensures The Suit Is Both Durable & Comfortable! Its Swim Specific Design Provides High Elasticity & A Perfect Fit. 
Combine This With Stitch Free Critical Areas Allow You To Swim Without Hindrance.
Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Customise The Length Of My Wetsuit?

The cuffs are designed so that they can be cut to size for the user. 
Do not cut above the third stopper. 
This process can be done with scissors ✂️
If you are not confident enough to complete this process we offer a tailoring service at our lake venues.

How Do I Know If I Need Neutral Buoyancy ?

The majority of swimmers can be split into two categories. Floaters and Sinkers 🤭 
 In general, a lot of female swimmers require a wetsuit with neutral buoyancy due to their physical make up whereas a lot of male swimmers require a wetsuit with additional buoyancy.

If you are someone that floats easily without a wetsuit when swimming in fresh water it is suggested to opt for a neutral buoyancy wetsuit as suits aimed towards increasing buoyancy can increase lift too much and make it difficult to swim.

How Do I Tell If My Current Wetsuit Is Wrong For Me ?

We live in a world 🌍   that needs protecting from excessive landfill usage and pollution. Therefore its important to us that our customers are not throwing away a perfectly good wetsuit! 

Damage - Its time to replace your wetsuit when damage is excessive and cannot be fixed! Fingernail tears are cosmetic damage and can be repaired (Please contact us if you need a repair)

Unfortunately, sometimes customers have bought a wetsuit that doesn't fit correctly or is the wrong buoyancy profile for them. If you are experiencing back ache, high chaff on the neck and excessive water ingress it is likely that you have a wetsuit that is too buoyant for you

How Do I Look After My Wetsuit ?

Wetsuit maintenance is incredibly important to prolonging the life expectancy of your suit!

Below are some rules to live by :

  • Rinse your wetsuit off after use, especially after swimming in the ocean 🌊 or outdoor chlorinated pools. 
  •  Turn your wetsuit inside out to dry Hang on a thick hanger - no wire hangers allowed ⛔️
  •  Repair fingernail tears when they appear
Do Not's
  • Do not leave your wetsuit to dry in direct sunlight. UV light degrades neoprene overtime.
  • Do not leave your new beauty of a suit on the hood of your car to dry (especially in summer) The extreme heat can impact the glue sealant used. Customers also seem prone to driving away with their suit still drying on the vehicle and never see it again! 🚘
  • Do Not Wash Or Tumble Dry
  • Warning ⛔️ Do not lend your new suit to an unreliable friend, you wont get it back.