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Don’t let your aversion to the cold prevent you from experiencing some truly incredible dives. Here’s how donning a drysuit can open you up to a whole new world of diving opportunities.
As cold-water diving becomes increasingly more popular, divers are finding more opportunities to don a drysuit—something that isn’t always intuitive. Brush up on these tips before you suit up up for the first time.
Made with high-density Yamamoto neoprene, this women’s drysuit eliminates stitching in order to maximize the life of the suit.
Pinnacle Aquatics has showcased their new Tahoe neoprene drysuit for 2022.
With a comfortable, body-hugging fit and a streamlined profile, the Cressi Desert drysuit was named our Best Buy for neoprene drysuits in the 2021 review.
Any Open Water Diver — including Junior Open Water Divers — can learn how to use a dry suit properly to unlock all-season adventure.
Drysuits aren’t freezing, advanced tools. It’s gear like any other, and learning how to use them can expand your dive range and comfort level.
Ideal for layering under a drysuit or wetsuit, the Inferno is made of a triple-laminated material that provides thermal protection without adding buoyancy.