The story of our collaboration collection with Local Famous
Made For It Wetsuit Blog
by MADEFORIT
2M ago
We reached out to Sean Duncan-Kinchela way, way back in May of 2022 when he posted a digital mock up of one of his designs on a wetsuit and we saw the potential of what we could create together. Sean is a Gamilaroi and Wiradjuri artist who specialises in digital art creation and storytelling, among other things - Ben and I actually have one of his incredible original paintings hanging in our house. I provided him with a colour palette and he created the incredible pattern you now see on our new suits. The artwork is unique to this collection and will not be repeated, to preserve its signifi ..read more
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How to repair your wetsuit
Made For It Wetsuit Blog
by dayforitwetsuits
1y ago
If you get a small tear or puncture in your wetsuit, it's surprisingly quick, easy and economical to repair it yourself. Find your nearest dive shop and get some Aquaseal (or an equivalent). You can order it online here https://freediving.com.au/collections/all/products/gear-aid-aquaseal-21-gram Follow the Aquaseal instructions or watch our video here https://www.tiktok.com/@dayforitwetsuits/video/7108240581511367938?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id=7100851194771588609 Remember to tape the inside of the wetsuit after the Aquaseal has dried and before you wear it, to avoid any ..read more
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How to fit your wetsuit
Made For It Wetsuit Blog
by dayforitwetsuits
1y ago
Your wetsuit should be snug, making you feel feel slightly compressed without any pinching. You shouldn't feel like you're going to cut off any circulation. You will need to shimmy your wetsuit on, but once it's on it should be comfortable throughout your full range of motion. Check to ensure that you don't have any bagging or gaping. The most common area for this tends to be around the upper arms. Your most important length is your torso. You can get away with long or short arms, but the torso should not cut in or gape. Any gaping or rolling at the neck or torso risks the wetsuit taking on wa ..read more
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