Stay warm for longer thanks to our thermal accessories! Each temperature range has its own outfit...
When we are in the water, we lose more than half of our body heat through our extremities (feet, hands, head).
- in warm water and temperate water (>17°C) => neoprene low booties.
- in cold water (12 - 17°C): High booties (boots) and gloves.
- in very cold water (7 - 12°C): High booties (boots), gloves, hood and hooded top...
Find our entire range of neoprene accessories on the Decathlon website
How to choose the right boots
The first selection criterion when choosing a surf bootie is water temperature. Water temperature varies according to the location and the time of the year. Systematically make sure that the water temperature at your spot corresponds to the recommended temperature range:
Warm water above 20°C.
Temperate water between 17°C and 22°C.
Cold water between 12°C and 17°C.
Very cold water between 7°C and 12°C.
Visit the site seatemperature.org to find out the temperature of your spot.
Choose the right size
Surfing boots should be a very tight fit to ensure the best possible thermal efficiency. It is perfectly normal for it to feel like they are too tight when tried on dry. Choose well-adjusted boots to ensure better support and avoid their being filled with water when surfing.
3 mm surfing booties are made from neoprene for improved comfort during use.
The neoprene is lined with synthetic fabric for increased resistance to wear.
The neoprene is made from an elastomer foam with insulating properties.
The seams are stitched and glued for a watertight seal and durability. The seams are blind-stitched. The thread does not go all the way through the neoprene, preventing water from getting through. The absence of threads on the inside avoids irritation and chafing.
Water sports booties
These surf boots are also suitable for other water sports such as kitesurfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, water skiing, sea wading or SUP (stand-up paddle boarding).
Get the wetsuit to match!
Our wetsuit models are also classified by water temperature range: Warm water, Temperate water, Cold water. Our wetsuits are designed to meet the needs of the most demanding surfers. Our design choices also make them compatible with other water sports such as kitesurfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, water skiing, sea wading or SUP (stand-up paddle boarding).
Find the whole range of surfing wetsuits on the Decathlon website
Quiksilver is an Australian company founded in 1969 by two surfers: Alan Green and John Law. Specialising in surf sports, it is now developing ranges of technical equipment and textile products. The European headquarters are located in Saint-Jean-de-Luz.