O’Neill Wetsuit Size Chart

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✏️   Updated on 26th March 2024


If you’re looking for an ‘O’Neill Wetsuit Size Chart’ – you’re in the right place.

Below are the men’s, women’s and kid’s wetsuit size charts specifically for O’Neill wetsuits. The sizes have been taken straight from the O’Neill website so are correct.

1. Men’s Size Chart
2. Women’s Size Chart
3. Kid’s Size Chart
4. About O’Neill

If you don’t fancy looking through the charts, you can also take my ‘What Wetsuit Do I Need Quiz’ to find your perfect O’Neill wetsuit size.




O’Neill Wetsuit Size Chart – Men


O’Neill Wetsuit Size Chart – Women


O’Neill Wetsuit Size Chart – Kids


About O’Neill

O’Neill is the original Californian surf brand started in 1952 by Jack O’Neill.

In the very beginning Jack was shaping surfboards and making wetsuit vests. Soon the vests started selling better than the surfboards and O’Neill was effectively born. Since selling his wetsuit vests from the worlds first ever surf shop in California Jack has been accredited for inventing the modern day wetsuit. His son also made some waves on the scene by inventing the first surfboard leash, while in the process taking out his Dads’ eye.

More than 60 years on, O’Neill is on a mission to produce sustainable surf wear. They’re using high performance eco-threads by Bionic, which contain recycled beach plastic. The company produces wetsuits, performance water and snow sports inspired apparel for young adults, and lifestyle apparel. The brand has a worldwide reputation and distributes to over 80 different countries across the globe.

It’s fair to say that O’Neill is the original surfing brand for wetsuits and Californian style surfing apparel.





Hope these O’Neill wetsuit size charts have helped guys… if you need any other wetsuit size charts I’ve dedicated a whole post to it with only the biggest brands.

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