Tilos’ one-piece vest uses MetaLite, a smooth reflective coating on the inside of the neoprene that reflects body heat while you’re cruising the reef and sheds water quickly to help protect against wind chill when you’re back on the boat. The 3mm torso is comparable to a 4- to 5-mm in warmth. And the vest is easy to take off — MetaLite’s smooth texture with 4-way stretch and side zipper makes donning and doffing a breeze. Available in men’s sizes from Small to 2 Extra-Large and women's Small to Extra-Large.
Seasoft Scuba’s tough DryPak keeps your clothes and towels from getting wet, but it also provides protection for sensitive electronics—including a removable padded laptop sleeve and a front pocket for keys, C-card, sunscreen and sunglasses.
A stellar, ultrahigh airflow performer, SCUBAPRO’s MK25 smoked the ANSTI breathing machine when it was tested by ScubaLab. In fact, the more we stressed this reg, even down to extreme test depths, the better it performed.
SEA&SEA has released its most sophisticated, technically advanced digital SLR housings to-date with its MDX series. The latest, the MDX-D7000, was purpose-built for the Nikon D7000 and is ergonomically designed for ease of use and total control of the D7000 functions underwater.
If you have a need for specialized mask lenses, IST Proline has multiple options for you. The OL80 dive mask lenses are available in clear, tinted and optical corrections and can be fitted to a number of different mask styles.
True to its name, the Thermocline from Fourth Element provides as much thermal protection as a typical 2.5 mm wetsuit but weights just 2.2 pounds. It can be layered under other wetsuits without the need for extra lead.