• SUBEA kids' 5mm diving wetsuit
  • SUBEA kids' 5mm diving wetsuit
  • SUBEA kids' 5mm diving wetsuit
  • SUBEA kids' 5mm diving wetsuit
  • SUBEA kids' 5mm diving wetsuit
  • SUBEA kids' 5mm diving wetsuit
  • SUBEA kids' 5mm diving wetsuit

SUBEA OWS 100 junior 5 mm diving wetsuit

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Key feature
One-piece wetsuit for diving in temperate waters, it is easy to put on and has been designed to offer great freedom of movement.

User benefits

Thermal insulation
5 mm one-piece with hood for water between 16 and 24°C.
Freedom of movement
No underarm seams for easier arm movements.
Abrasion resistance
Glued and blind-stitched assembly. Ergonomic knee reinforcements.
Easy dressing
Zip wrist cuffs and ankles, long front fastening
Anatomic design


5 mm
Between 16° and 24°C
6 to 14 years.
black and blue.
1.3 kg in size 10 years.
100% neoprene foam, 100% polyamide lining.
Approved by
Our technical partner: Planet Ocean. This is a PADI 5 star diving centre based at Tribord. The centre uses Tribord equipment throughout the year. The team of instructors are rigorously involved in the development of Tribord diving products, from the design stage with product managers, designers and engineers, through prototype testing to long-term wear tests with the help of divers from beginner level to instructors in continuous training.
Designed and tested by our teams and our technical partner in Hendaye (France) to approve the thermal insulation.
made for
SCUBA DIVERS and SNORKELLERS aged 6 to 14, in temperate waters (16 to 24°C).
2 years


Care instructions
salt water resistant. Rinse with fresh water only before prolonged storage. Do not leave to dry in the sun.
Storage Tips
protect from sunlight and humidity.


Size identification
Club special: easy to read sizes thanks to a print on the left sleeve. Neoprene thickness: Entirely 5 mm
Wrist and ankle zips
Getting feet into the wetsuit can be a difficult step when getting dressed, especially for teenagers and pre-teens who have proportionally large feet compared to their bodies. The zip enables the diameter of the wetsuit to be temporarily increased during dressing, then reduced to lay flat against the skin to reduce water entry.
Stitch bonded assembly
Neoprene is bonded and then stitched to ensure maximum resistance (the needle does not go all the way through the neoprene, preventing leaks).
End of stitching
The bar stitch of a seam is the most sensitive part. The end of the thread is coated, then placed back into the neoprene to prevent the seam from coming undone.
Air expulsion
Small holes pierced on the top of the hood to allow trapped air to escape. A small inner flap however avoids water from entering through these holes.