Hello, do you have a package price for an XL scubapro evertec plus their 2 different underwear options, both in XL. I have boots... Thx, rick
Can you tell me if the seals are latex or neoprene? I have a latex allergy and know that many seals are still latex
Hello Stephanie, yes these have a latex seal for the wrist and neck. http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-19/166380-166406-0700182/ScubaPro-Everdry-4-Scuba-Drysuit.html. This suit has a neoprene seals.
High quality, heavy duty tri-laminate material ensures durability and quick drying, yet remains light weight. With reinforced fabric in contact areas.
Featuring Si-Tech balanced side-activated inlet and adjustable outlet valves, facilitating better buoyancy operation and increased comfort.
Telescopic torso, elastic suspenders and crotch strap for easy wear and fit.
Flex Seal seams keep the suit comfortable and fl exible.
Long diagonal front zipper for self closing and easy donning, including an additional nylon protective fl ap to protect the dry zip.
Easy access utility pocket located on thigh.
I-Safe strap on lower arm keeps a dive computer well secured.
5 & 6.5mm anatomically shaped hood with prolonged neck & soft face & neck seals, plus air release system for more warmth.
Warm neck exterior collar keeps heat in and protects the latex collar.
Soft compressed neoprene socks can be worn alone or with neoprene or HD Drysuit Boots.
Suggested temperature range
with Climatec undersuit: 16-24 °C / 60-75 °F
with Polar Shell undersuit: 0-16 °C / 32-60 °F
NOTE: The suggested temperature range is just a generic indication and is affected by many factors, including the diver's physical condition and personal temperature sensitivity. Isolation is also affected by the amount of air inside the suit. Please adjust the temperature range according to your personal sensitivity to cold.