YOUR WETSUIT FINDER RESULTS

region - VIC
season - Autumn/Spring
gender - Mens

What a good time for surfing in Vicco... Although the air temps can be warm in Autumn and Spring, the water is usually still pretty chilly. We recommend a lighter weight steamer for the shoulder seasons, and keeping a pair of booties handy. If you’re on a budget and just want one steamer to go right through winter, check out the Winter recommendations. 


Our top autumn/spring picks for the steamer quiver are our Psycho One 3/2, or Hyperfreak 3/2.

 

The Psycho One 3/2 has fully sealed seams, TB Firewall and hydrophobic TB3 neoprene, but focus on this suit is slightly more towards flexibility rather than warmth in the details, so it’s a perfect transition steamer (the Psychotech is opposite with focus more on warmth rather than flex). 

 

If you want unmatched flexibility, the Hyperfreak 3/2 has it, and GBS + TB3X taped seams plus TB3 body panels will keep you snug, and it is the stretchiest, most free feeling option out there.

 

Depending on whether you feel the cold more or less than most, the Hyperfreak 4/3 could be a good option for a transition steamer that will still be warm enough pretty deep into Winter. 


For a solid value option, the Defender 3/2 is still perfectly warm and flexible with GBS seams and SuperGrill liner, for anyone on a tighter budget.

 

For booties, we recommend the Ninja 3mm boot to keep the toes nimble!

 

It just depends on what’s most important to you - warmth / flexibility / price.

 


Check out the WINTER or SUMMER recommendations for further suggestions if you are leaning towards colder or warmer conditions. Prefer a BACK ZIP? Most Psycho and Defender wetsuits come in both chest zip and back zip options, though to keep this brief, we only feature the chest zip versions on this page.

OUR TOP RECOMMENDATIONS

Psycho One 3/2mm Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black Psycho One 3/2mm Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black
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Hyperfreak 3/2+ Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black Hyperfreak 3/2+ Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black
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Hyperfreak 4/3+ Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black Hyperfreak 4/3+ Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black
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Hyperfreak 4/3+ Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black O'Neill 5344-A00-S 15 reviews
Psycho One 4/3mm Steamer Back Zip Wetsuit - Black Psycho One 4/3mm Steamer Back Zip Wetsuit - Black SOLD
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Psycho Tech 3/2mm Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black Psycho Tech 3/2mm Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black
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Psycho Tech 3/2mm Steamer Chest Zip Wetsuit - Black O'Neill 5336OA-A00-S 8 reviews
Heat Ninja 3mm Wetsuit Boot - Black SOLD
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TECHNICAL INFO

Fuze (Chest Zip) Front Upper Zip Entry (chest) uses a free floating zipper panel and anti flush barrier with drain holes to keep you dry and feeling loose.
Chest Zip / FUZE Zip
Chest Zip / FUZE Zip
Front Upper Zip Entry (chest zip) uses a free floating zipper panel and anti flush barrier with drain holes to keep you dry and feeling loose.
Back Zip
Back Zip
Backzip entry system with durable zipper provides easy entry and exit with a water resistant seal.
Zen Zip
Zen Zip
Z.E.N. ZIP (back zip) entry system with free floating zipper panel and anti-flush barrier-2 with drain hole, keeps you warm and unrestricted. U.S. Patent #5,898,934
Zipperless
Zipperless
Lightweight Closure System Over a 360° Barrier with drain holes and Cinch Cord. Water tight seal with ease of entry and exit.
Modular Closure
Modular Closure
Modular Closure system comes with detachable hood so you can interchange the crew neck for a hood when conditions require.
Front Zip
Front Zip
Front Zip entry system provides the easiest entry with an old school feel. Also keeps zippers away from long hair.
"Autumn/spring is best in a good 3/2mm steamer, but get ready to put the 4/3mm back on if the weather turns south!"