Why does a wetsuit or drysuit break?
A wetsuit or dry suit can break or become damaged due to a variety of factors, including:
Wear and Tear: Over time, the neoprene material of a wetsuit or dry suit can become worn or damaged due to regular use. This can result in tears or punctures in the material.
Improper Use: Using a wetsuit or dry suit for activities that it is not designed for, such as surfing in shallow water, can cause the material to become damaged more quickly.
Improper Storage: Leaving a wetsuit or dry suit in direct sunlight or in a damp environment can cause the material to degrade over time.
Poor Fit: A wetsuit or dry suit that is too tight or too loose can cause excessive stress on the material, leading to tears or punctures.
Accidents: Accidents or impact from rocks, reef, or other