Radiator's 0.5mm thermal vests, wetsuits and waterwear provide unbelievable warmth and unbeatable freedom of movement.
Developed in the Australian surf-loving city of Perth, the key to Radiator's innovative technology is Yamamoto neoprene.
This is an essential garment for the snorkeler/surfer. Nice at light and flexible. Layers up brilliantly with other Radiator products to cross through the seasons. Second one purchased in our family as the first one is so good. Don't look any where else for wetsuits. Very happy customer.
I first bought Radiator leggings, shorts and long sleeve tops in 2003 and have been wearing them ever since for swimming. They are well made, extremely light weight and comfortable but most importantly very effective in keeping me warm. Have just purchased some new gear. Highly recommend the brand.
What can I say?
I'm fat and I'm old and I need all the help I can if I'm having a decent length session! Radiator, still the warmest and the lightest.
I am a dedicated dive professional, currently an active PADI Open Water scuba instructor, based in northern Greece. Given the year-round diving conditions with a wet suit, I sought un underwear thermal protection that is not only easy to put on but also efficient and durable. My search led me to the Radiator thermal vest with long sleeves, and it exceeded all my expectations.
The vest boasts an excellent fit, providing unparalleled freedom of movement while delivering a level of thermal protection significantly higher than standard neoprene vests. The use of high-quality materials and meticulous production contribute to its exceptional performance.
Beyond its impressive features, the Radiator thermal vest stands out for its perfect quality-to-price ratio. Additionally, the customer service associated with this product is of the same high standard as the material itself. I wholeheartedly recommend this thermal vest to anyone, like myself, who spends considerable time in the water and seeks a product with no compromise on quality.
Good quality wetsuit and great value for money.
What a great suit for a Tasmanian summer! The other day in the surf the wind was strong offshore and the sets a little slow, but I stayed amazingly warm.
This suit is a snug fit which is important, it is extremely flexible, it is easy to get on and off and dries quickly. My only grizzle is the zipper which you have to connect before you close it, which of course is exacerbated when you are in a surf rush. All in all an amazing suit.
I must have a large head, had to return my Medium cap & vest, will need to try a Large?
I must have a narrow waist, had to return my Large shorts, will need to try a Medium
This fits like a second skin. I can wear a thinner wetsuit for longer surfing. Keeps warmer in winter. Easy to get on and off. Absolutely an essential item in my wetsuit collection. My second one in 10 years.
Radiator products have a great balance of flexibility and warmth.
When my son wanted to get into the Southern Ocean I didn’t hesitate to get him into a Radiator suit.
Very good wetsuit, very light, stretchy, easy to get on and warm enough to use in Tassie winter.
My husband gave me this for my birthday. I just had my first swim of the season and was overjoyed at how pleasant it was with my new radiator on. No more cringing as I got in the cool water.
Really happy with the first couple of surfs I've had down in Victoria towards the end of this winter season! Felt super cosy in this suit, as did my partner who was desperately needing an upgrade! Fits really snug and is very comfortable. The only thing I've noticed is that the limestone lining is a bit slippy against my upper body when paddling hard. Otherwise a huge thumbs up!
Best wettie I’ve owned. Light, flexible, warm and quick drying. A little tight around the arms to put on however still a great wettie. And the service is just as good. Thanks Radiator Team.
Very nice material, recommend you order larger as the opening is tight to get in
Great wetsuit but would prefer Zipper to start from the bottom so it’s already connected rather than threading it yourself