Constantly find your lower legs rising to the surface of the water? Do you need to bend your back and neck to keep your head out of the water? Do you find it hard to do breaststroke in a wetsuit?
If you answered yes to most of the questions above you probably need a wetsuit with less buoyancy in the lower legs. Breastroke requires a different body position to someone doing front crawl, so it is important to get a wetsuit to match!
All wetsuits listed below are well suited to breaststroke swimming and offer neutral or breaststroke specific buoyancy levels.