• Neoprene dry suit 3,5mm

    900,00 

    New dry suit in pre-compressed 3,5mm neoprene with back BDM zipper.
    The advantages of neoprene dry suits against the more popular dry suits in trilaminate are:
    -easy (and therefore cheap) repair and maintenance
    -some thermal insulation so no under suit or just a thin one will be enough for most water temperatures (so again cheaper!)
    -elasticity (neoprene is stretchy, so it can be a little tighter on the body still allowing movement)…
    -price (roughly 30 to 40% cheaper than a trilaminate)
    The disadvantages are:
    -Heavier weight
    -It takes longer to get dry
    -Back zipper (you need a buddy unless you know how to close the zipper by yourself…in fact there are ways)
    -Compression at depth (even though the neoprene is pre-compressed) and subsequent change in buoyancy
    -Less flexible for those who dive both very cold as well as warm waters and want to keep dry, cuz you cannot wear a heavy undersuit and in warmer waters you might get a little hot

    Material – small diamond, powertex

    Sizes – 4/9; 5/10 and 11; 6/10,11 and 12; 7/11; 8/11

     

  • Trilaminate dry suit with back zipper with booties

    968,00 

    The back zipper allows more freedom of movement. All models have Si tech valves and have a telescopic system that, coupled with an elastic crotch strap, allows great mobility. Equiped with large thigh pocket, waterproof stitches, large velcro pocket, latex seals, rubber booties. Hood a hose is not included. Colour – fully black.

  • Trilaminate dry suit with back zipper with socks

    922,00 

    The back zipper allows more freedom of movement. All models have Si tech valves and have a telescopic system that, coupled with an elastic crotch strap, allows great mobility. Equiped with large thigh pocket, waterproof stitches, large velcro pocket, latex seals, socks. Hood a hose is not included. Colour – fully black.