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Custom Suit Wetsuit

$1,500.00

Kalani Robb’s signature tailored wetsuit.
Choose your favorite color and thickness and at the end of the order process submit your measurements.

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FLEX Dive Temperature Guide

Fahrenheit Wetsuit Thickness Celsius
62°- 68° 2/2mm 17°- 20°
58°- 63° 3/2mm 14°- 17°
57°- 63° 3/3mm 14°- 17°
55°- 58° 4/3mm 12.5°- 14°
54°- 58° 4/4mm 12°- 14°
52°- 56° 5/4mm 11°- 13°
50°- 56° 5/5mm 10°- 13°

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

Yamamoto Temperature Guide

Fahrenheit Wetsuit Thickness Celsius
58°- 68° 2/2mm 14.5°- 20°
55°- 62° 3/2mm 13°- 17°
53°- 60° 3/3mm 11.5°- 16°
49°- 56° 4/3mm 9.5°- 14°

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

Yamamoto Temperature Guide

Fahrenheit Wetsuit Thickness Celsius
58°- 62° 5/5mm 14°- 17°
57°- 61° 6/5mm 13.5°- 16°
56°- 60° 6/6mm 13°- 15.5°
54°- 60° 7/6mm 12°- 15°
Low 50's 7/7mm 10° and up

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

Extends Temperature Guide

Fahrenheit Wetsuit Thickness Celsius
63° and up 4/3mm 16.5°- 20°
58°- 63° 4/4mm 14.5°- 17°
57°- 63° 5/4mm 14°- 17°
55°- 58° 5/5mm 13°- 14°

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

Yamamoto Temperature Guide

Fahrenheit Wetsuit Thickness Celsius
59°- 65° 5/4mm 15°- 18°
58°- 62° 5/5mm 14°- 17°
57°- 61° 6/5mm 13.5°- 16°
54°- 60° 7/6mm 12°- 15°
Low 50's 7/7mm 10° and up

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

HOOD Temperature Guide

Fahrenheit Wetsuit Thickness Celsius
63° and up 2mm 16.5°- 20°
54°- 63° 3mm 12°- 16.5°
50°- 56° 4mm 10°- 14°
48°- 54° 5mm 9°- 13°

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

SAFA YAMAMOTO Surf Temp Guide

Fahrenheit Wetsuit Thickness Celsius
58°- 68° 2/2mm 14.4°- 20°
55°- 62° 3/2mm 12.7°- 17°
53°- 60° 3/3mm 11.6°- 16°
49°- 56° 4/3mm 9.4°- 14°
47°- 54° 4/4mm 8.8°- 12.2°
47° and below 5/4mm 8.3° and below
45° and below 5/5mm 7.2° and below

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

Temperature Guide

Fahrenheit Wetsuit Thickness Celsius
63°+ 2/2mm 18°+
55°- 62° 3/2mm 13°- 17°
52°- 56° 4/3mm 10°- 14°

>> For use as a general guide only. There are many factors other than water temperature to consider when choosing your wetsuit thickness. Air temperature, wind speed, and session length can all influence how warm you feel in the water.

Yamamoto

>> 100% LIMESTONE RUBBER THAT IS DURABLE AND SOFT

>> EXTREMELY LIGHT IN WEIGHT AND WARMING QUALITIES

>> OPTIMAL COMPRESSION RESISTANT QUALITIES

>> HIGHEST GRADE NEOPRENE On THE MARKET

Yamamoto

>> #39 Japanese limestone neoprene

>> Durable and very soft texture and feel

>> Extremely light in weight (30% lighter than conventional wetsuits)

Yamamoto

>> #39 Japanese limestone neoprene

>> Durable and very soft texture and feel

>> Extremely light in weight (30% lighter than conventional wetsuits)

Yamamoto

>> #39 Japanese limestone neoprene

>> Superior warmth and durability

>> Extremely light in weight (30% lighter than conventional wetsuits)

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Tailored for every special occasion

Kalani put our craftsmen to the ultimate test to build the very first functioning tailored suit in wetsuit fashion. Made from the finest Japanese neoprene and custom tailored to your specific measurements. Add to cart to leave special instructions on your tailored wetsuit.

Easy Online Measurements

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Create account and submit order

Follow easy video guide to submit measurements and receive wetsuit in 2-3 weeks

The Craftsmen Pledge

Our craftsmen are dedicated to a life of building high-quality wetsuits. Things eventually breakdown, but don’t toss it, save it and one of our craftsmen will repair it for a longer life.

Yamamoto: Limestone based neoprene

Yamamoto neoprene is a Japanese neoprene made from 100% limestone and is considered one of the best wetsuit materials. It is 99.7% water impermeable, making it the lightest and warmest neoprene on the market. Since limestone is high in calcium carbonate, it gives the neoprene an extremely durable yet very soft characteristic. We use only the best #45 neoprene, a dive specific rubber that is specially made for compression resistance and comfortable feel.

I have these crazy ideas and it’s hard to find the right people that can make them happen. I asked 7TILL8 to make me my favorite suit into a wetsuit.... and they did.

- Kalani Robb

Insight #1

The tailored suit was a playful idea Kalani had to introduce himself as 7TILL8 Creative Director. After the impressive suit was designed and completed we decided to offer it to the public for purchase.

Insight #2

Custom wetsuits are built to your specific measurements and allow you to move freely when surfing It’s important to be able to move without any restrictions to conserve energy for when it matters.

Insight #3

Durability is key in a surf wetsuit. Less pressure is put on seams when a wetsuit fits perfectly for increased durability. Each custom wetsuit is built with the best techniques and go through a rigorous quality control process. We only use the best high-quality materials in our wetsuits.

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