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I really like this beanie. I dive warm Caribbean waters most of the time in a skin to protect me from the sun but I always have this in the pocket of my BCD in case I get a little cold. It fits my head well, is comfortable, and keeps me very warm. It makes the second dive on a 2 tank trip much more pleasant without the hassle of changing wetsuits.
These are a great thing. It makes getting my fins on and off so much easier and because my fins straps stay hooked it makes the fins easier to carry around. I definately recommend them.
These are nice, well fitting gloves to protect my hands from sharp object and the sun. I do not touch the wildlife but if I see garbage on dive I will collect it and throw it away when I come up. It protects my hands from sharp glass and rusted tin cans and the like. Another nice plus is it keeps my hands from getting sunburned while waiting for the group to get in or out of the water. As a very fair person my face almost always gets a little burn but my hands are protected.
These are comfortable boots with a sturdy sole for walking on rocky beaches. The fit well and stay on when I pull off my fins. My only complaint is that they do not have drain holes so they hold a substantial amount of water. After getting out of the water you need to take them off and pour the water out of them. When you are getting into a boat that is fine but it is a pain for beach exits as you then get sand all over your feet making it unpleasant to put the boots back on. For beach exits I just put up with the sloshing until I get some place I can sit to keep my feet out of the sand while I drain them. At some point I think I may take a hot nail and put a few strategically placed holes in the sole to allow for drainage.