What should you wear on the water when it cools down?Choosing what to wear on the water in the cooler months is a fine balance. Wear too little and you are too cold and underperform accordingly... wear too much gear, and you quickly overheat and your performance is hindered. Below is a guide to help you layer up and down according to your training and racing conditions.
|Chest (Centimeters)||82cm -87cm||99cm-95cm||97cm-102cm||107cm-112cm||117cm-122cm||127cm-132cm|
|Waist (Centimeters)||66cm - 70cm||71cm - 76cm||77cm - 85cm||86cm - 95cm||96cm - 105cm||106cm - 114cm|
|Bust (Centimeters)||78cm -84cm||85cm-90cm||91cm-97cm||98cm-103cm||104cm-109cm||110cm-116cm|
|Waist (Centimeters)||58cm - 69cm||64cm - 70cm||71cm - 76cm||77cm - 83cm||84cm - 90cm||91cm - 97cm|
|Hips (Centimeters)||82cm - 90cm||90cm - 96cm||97cm - 102cm||103cm - 108cm||109cm - 115cm||116cm - 122cm|