Wetsuit Shoes

Wetsuit Shoes for Kids, Men and Women

Keep your feet warm in cold water. Neoprene wetsuit boots are the perfect solution for cold feet, from a chilly spring morning to freezing cold winter water. When it comes to the winter months, one of the first things to get cold is your feet, so don’t let this ruin your time out in the water. A good pair of wetsuit boots not only takes away the cold, but they are very comfortable to wear.

Boots come in various thickness such as 3mm, 5mm, 7mm & 8mm so the thicker you go the warmer your feet will be, while the thinner boots are great for warmer waters. We stock a huge range from all the leading brands producing quality wetsuit boots. If you need any advice then please feel free to call us, as we are all keen surfers. For the winter, we also recommend choosing a winter wetsuit with a thickness of 5mm so that you can stay warm for longer.

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  1. C Skins Session 7mm Round Toe Wetsuit boots
    As low as £49.95
  2. drylock 5mm wetsuit boots
    As low as £99.95
  3. Xcel Infiniti 5mm Split Toe Wetsuit Boots
    As low as £65.95
  4. O'Neill Epic 5mm Wetsuit Boots - Black
    As low as £32.95
  5. O'Neill 2mm Split Toe Slippers
    RRP: £41.50
    As low as £29.95

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  6. O'Neill Ninja Wetsuit boots
    As low as £36.95
  7. O'Neill Psycho Tech 5mm split toe boots
    As low as £84.95
  8. Mystic Neoprene Socks Semi Dry 2021 - Black Front and Inside View
    RRP: £22.95
    As low as £17.95

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  9. C skins Session 5mm round toe wetsuit boots - Black/Charcoal
    As low as £49.95
  10. O'Neill Heat 7mm Round Toe Boots
    As low as £64.95
  11. Mystic 5mm Marshall boots - black
    As low as £47.95
  12. O'Neill Epic 5mm Kids Wetsuit Boots
    As low as £24.95
  13. Xcel Reef Walker 1mm Wetsuit Shoes - Black
    As low as £27.95
  14. C Skins Legend 3.5mm Kids Wetsuit Boots
    As low as £24.95
  15. Xcel Infiniti 7mm Round Toe Wetsuit Boots
    As low as £67.95
  16. Crewsaver Aplite 2.5mm Wetsuit Shoes in Black
    As low as £22.50
  17. O'neill Split Toe 3mm Boots
    As low as £52.95
  18. O'Neill Psycho Tech 3/2mm Wetsuit Boots
    As low as £79.95
  19. Crewsaver 3mm Granite Shoes in Black/Grey
    As low as £32.50
  20. C Skins Legend 3.5mm Zipped Kids Wetsuit Boots
    As low as £29.95
  21. O'Neill Psycho Tech 5mm Round Toe Wetsuit Boots
    As low as £79.95
  22. Circle One Aqua Skin Adult Shoe - Blue
    As low as £9.95
  23. Rip Curl E Bomb 3mm Split Toe Wetsuit Boots - Black - Full View
    As low as £74.95
  24. Xcel Drylock 3mm round toe wetsuit boots
    As low as £79.95
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Which Wetsuit Boots Should I Buy?

When looking to buy wetsuit boots there are a few things you should consider in terms of what time of year you will be using the boots. In the summer a pair of 3mm boots will be fine for pretty much all water sports; 3mm of neoprene is thick enough to keep your feet warm in any water temperature above 10C. At this time of year you will be able to get away with wearing a simple pair of reef slippers that come up to your ankle in height. If you are a keen sailor then a handy pair of zip-up boots are generally the boot of choice as they are easy to get on and off and have a hard sole for added comfort and protection.

Winter Wetsuit Boots

When it gets to winter months, a complete change of thickness is required, especially in the UK and northern Europe. This is the time of year where anything from 5mm to 8mm is essential. The most popular thickness for winter is 5mm as it is less restrictive in the water and gives more than enough protection from cold temperatures. If you tend to feel the cold more, 7mm neoprene boots could be the solution to that. The extra thickness means your feet are going to stay warmer for longer.

Should You Size Up Or Down For Wetsuit Boots?

Wetsuit boots typically run true to size so you won’t need to size up or down. However, one thing to note is that sizes can vary from manufacturers, so you may need to try a couple in your preferred size to really get the perfect fit you’re looking for. For half sizes, it’s best to size up rather than down as wetsuit boots don’t stretch to your foot size, so if they’re too tight, they won’t get any better. 

Wearing Wetsuit Boots

Choosing wetsuit boots is important if you’re frequently in the water and can be a big issue if you don’t get the right ones. You’ll want a tight but comfortable fit around your toes and ankle. You’ll also want to consider the thickness of the sole, with thicker boots providing more protection walking over pebbles, rocks and pavement, while thinner boots offer a better feeling on the board, but less protection. Remember, you should always wear your wetsuit over your boots to ensure the water can flush out.  

Wetsuit boots above the entry level models such as the O'Neill Epic boots are generally lined with thermal material which acts in the same way as thermal underwear and keep your feet even warmer. You should consider this if you are looking to stay in the water as long as possible. For any advice please contact us at Wetsuit Centre and we will do our best to help you.

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