This wetsuit is made to order and available only to Florence members. It should take 6-8 weeks for your wetsuit to be made by hand and shipped to your doorstep. Because each suit is made to order, all sales are final. If you're unsure on sizing, contact us and we'll be able to help you out.
Due to limited production capacity, the last day to order an Impact Suit for now is February 15, 2022. We will likely take orders again for Impact Suits toward the end of 2022.
Due to the high cost of making the best wetsuits possible, this product is excluded from the 10% Membership reward credit.
Fit Guide Fits true to size. If between sizes, size down.
Premium Japanese craftsmanship and materials means this is built to last.
EVA foam padding provides protection in heavy conditions.
Impact padding is placed only in areas you need it so arms are free to paddle.
Seamless side panels mean more flexibility.
Buckle clasp locks zipper in place so the suit stays locked on during extreme underwater turbulence.
100% premium Japanese neoprene
EVA foam impact padding
Hand wash. Hang dry.
For a long time, riding big waves was just about survival. The arrival of padded suits gave some added confidence – but movement became difficult due to the sheer amount of padding. Fast forward to present day, and John John wanted a suit he could trust on those outer reef days but still allowed him to move and perform to the best of his ability. The Florence Marine X 2mm Impact Springsuit answered that brief. Crafted from supple, stretchy and durable Japanese neoprene this wetsuit feels incredible from the moment you put it on. Throughout, we've placed soft and pliable EVA padding in strategic impact areas and left the arms padding free to allow for better, more flexible movement when you're scratching for the horizon.
UNITED STATES - ORDERS & SHIPPING This wetsuit is made to order. It should take 6-8 weeks for your wetsuit to be made by hand and shipped to your doorstep.
UNITED STATES - RETURNS Because each suit is made to order, all sales are final. If you're unsure on sizing, contact us and we'll be able to help you out.
How to Care For Your Wetsuit We’re fans of taking care of our gear. Our belief is that if we invest in high quality pieces that are crafted well and we take care of them, they’ll last longer and stay out of the landfill.
Below you’ll find some suggestions on how to get the most out of your new premium rubber and to ensure it keeps you warm for multiple winter seasons.
Cleanliness is Key Get a tub of cool water and add non-toxic wetsuit cleaner or gentle soap. Open all the zippers and turn it inside out, submerging it in the water. Knead the soap or cleaner into the suit and let it sit awhile. Rinse with cool water and hang it to dry out of direct sunlight.
Don’t Rough It Avoid changing on rough surfaces like asphalt. We suggest standing in a bucket that can double as a wetsuit container once you’re done.
Shade is Your Friend Avoid hanging your suit in the direct sunlight. UV rays can break down the suppleness and longevity of the neoprene.