Dive Skin Reviews - Full Dive Skins

Below is a list of the most popular customer scuba gear reviews for Dive Skins, Full Dive Skins. Click the product name to view more reviews and details about that product. For longer reviews, click the View Full Review link next to a review to read the whole review.

You can see the most helpful scuba gear reviews for dive skins below. Scuba.com offers gear reviews from the following manufacturers: Akona, Divegear, Henderson, LavaCore by Oceanic, Neosport by Henderson, Ocean Quest, Pinnacle and more...

Ocean Quest 6oz Premium Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit Reviews

Ocean Quest 6oz Premium Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit Reviews    6oz Premium Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit

Reviewer: Michael H. on 1/6/2012

OceanQuest Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit - the order was processed lightening fast plus free delivery! four hours after placing the order online i received an e-mail that it was shipped. i checked tracking and it was in transit early the next day. cant ask for anything better. i like the oceanquest lycra dive skin jumpsuit because of the front zipper. a major problem with many scuba exposure suits is being too tight around my neck. the front zipper allows me to keep it open a couple of inches at the neck so it doesnt feel too tight. im a tweener since the sizing guidelines said the medium is kinda small and the large is kinda big. too big and we defeat the purpose of the base layer so i got the medium. its really a second skin...View Full Review

LavaCore by Oceanic Trilaminate Polytherm Front-Zip Dive Wetsuit Reviews

LavaCore by Oceanic Trilaminate Polytherm Front-Zip Dive Wetsuit Reviews    Trilaminate Polytherm Front-Zip Dive Wetsuit

Reviewer: zong-guang s hu on 10/18/2014

LavaCore by Oceanic Trilaminate Polytherm Front-Zip Dive Wetsuit Review - $219.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - Works well and at 75+F can probably last for hours in the water. At 65F I can handle 45 minutes in the water before hypothermia kicks in. Not the same as a neoprene wetsuit, as the water does come in contact with your skin for the initial chill. It takes a minute for my body to warm up the water within the fleece, after which it forms a functional and insulative barrier. Personal demographic, 60" 185 lbs, 35" waist, 42" chest, plenty of body fat/couch potato equals size L. Tried ML first since I wanted it snug but it was too restrictive on my arms and caused numbing/blocking circulation to hands.

Henderson Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit Reviews

Henderson Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit Reviews    Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit

Reviewer: James G. on 7/1/2014

Henderson Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit - I like this jumpsuit a lot. However, the tallest size is advertised to fit up to 62". I am 64" and weigh 170 pounds (tall and skinny). A sales rep in the store told me over the phone to buy the size Large. I tried both the Large and the X-Large, and they were both too short. The 2X-Large turned out to be pretty darned good. I think a taller version might have been a little better, but I was very happy with the 2XL as it stretched to fit my height. I used it every day for a week of snorkeling and swimming and was very happy to have it.

Pinnacle Inferno V-skin Trilaminate Merino Wetsuit Reviews

Pinnacle Inferno V-skin Trilaminate Merino Wetsuit Reviews    Inferno V-skin Trilaminate Merino Wetsuit

Reviewer: DAMARIS WESCOTT on 8/12/2014

Pinnacle Inferno V-skin Trilaminate Merino Wetsuit Review - $279.95 - Scuba Gear Customer Reviews - I love this suit! The only thing I would have liked better, is if it had been designed for (or at least had a choice of) someone who is NOT tall and slender. In order to get one that fit around, the sleeves (which I will eventually have tailored) are about 4" too long and the legs are 3" to long. I LOVE the changeable neck piece and hood. That is the best part of this suit.

Henderson 17oz Superior Polyolefin Dive Skin Jumpsuit Reviews

Henderson 17oz Superior Polyolefin Dive Skin Jumpsuit Reviews    17oz Superior Polyolefin Dive Skin Jumpsuit

Reviewer: Suzanne Holtzclaw on 1/3/2013

Really NICE skin - Ordered this to take on trips to have the option for additional warmth if needed or less buoyant option when it is warmer. Used it the first time as additional layer when on a snorkel tour with manatee. We were in 74 degree water (35 degree air temp) for about 4 hours. I was pretty comfortable for a very long time and give credit to adding the jumpsuit to the mix. I saw where others commented that you need to order the next larger size. I am 58" and weigh about 130lbs and got the medium. It is a little tight initially and I probably should have purchased the large. I bought my husband the 2xl. He wears a Large shirt but has issues with things tight around his neck. He was very comfortable...View Full Review

LavaCore by Oceanic Trilaminate Polytherm Sleeveless Shorty Wetsuit Reviews

LavaCore by Oceanic Trilaminate Polytherm Sleeveless Shorty Wetsuit Reviews    Trilaminate Polytherm Sleeveless Shorty Wetsuit

Reviewer: David G. on 2/2/2014

Sizing issues - The Lavacore sizing chart is way off. According to the chart a Medium would be plenty big for me. However, I could not even squeeze into the Medium or ML. Twice had to exchange for a larger size, and ended up in an XL, a full two sizes higher than the chart suggested. As far as the wetsuit goes, its a very warm and comfortable wetsuit! Im glad I persisted in finding the right size.

Divegear 17oz  Nylon Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit Reviews

Divegear 17oz Nylon Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit Reviews    17oz  Nylon Lycra Dive Skin Jumpsuit

Reviewer: montys bay recreation on 5/21/2014

nice underlayer for added warmth - I bought this to put under my semi dry suit in cold water and it has worked very well. It has added a half hour to 45 minutes to dive time at temps between 37 and 45. I am very happy with it. It is comfortable and the wetsuit slides over it easily.


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