Wetsuits are made from neoprene and are tightly fitted suits that trap a layer of water against the skin, keeping the person warm while wet. It can be a full-length suit or a short one which leaves lower legs and arms bare.
A sail made of monofilm, Dacron or mylar is used in sailboards and measures around 3-5.5 square meters for wave sails and 6-15 square meters for racing sails. Two designs of a sail are majorly used: camber induced and rotational.
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A sailboard is usually 2.5-3m long and is measured by volume in litres. The main types of sailboards are freeride, formula windsurfing class, wave boards, freestyle boards, slalom boards, speed boards, beginner boards, racing longboards and tandem boards. These boards measure between 60-250 litres based on its type.