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When you go into the water wearing a wet suit, the wet suit allows a thin layer of water between the person’s body and the wet suit. The body then heats the water and this allows the heat to be retained and keeps you warm. Styles will range from: Full body suits, referred to as a JUMP SUIT or a 1 Piece Wet suit, Two part suits, top and bottoms Shorties which are short arms and legs for warmer water. The thicker the wet suit, the better it retains the heat, and the harder it is to move.
A dry suit is just what it says it is. This suit actually keeps you dry underneath the suit while you are in cold water. This is a close fitting double layered suit that keeps a warm layer of air between you and the suit. It has waterproof seals around the neck, wrists, and face. This keeps you very dry and warm. Air is introduced into the suit via a front power inflator and the suit has a shoulder dump/over pressure relief valve to let air out.
This demonstration video discusses the features of Henderson´s H2 Hyperstretch Scuba Drysuit Hood. The H2 Drysuit Hood is made of a 4 way-stretch Titanium material for superior warmth and comfort. It has Aquasilk interior and exterior fabric which provides rugged durability with an ultra soft feel. This hood is made using Henderson´s proven comfort hood pattern, wearing this hood is like wearing nothing at all...except a lot warmer. There is also a one-way flow vent to minimize air trapping.
This demonstration boot discusses and shows the features of Pinnacle´s 7mm Titanium Drysuit Hood. The 7mm Titanium Drysuit Hood has a 3mm smooth trimmable face seal for your custom fitted needs. There is a one-way flow vent to minimize air trapping as well as a reflective rear pattern for safety.
This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of Pinnacle´s Evolution Drysuit Undergarment. The Evolution Undergarment is a one-piece jumpsuit style undergarment with a heavy duty front entry zipper. For supreme warmth, the Evolution Undergarment has 200 grams of total insulation. It is fleece lined to keep you warm and comfortable, where as the outer shell is nylon for excellent wind breaking while between dives. The neoprene wrist and ankles provide secure comfort and fit. The Pinnacle Evolution Drysuit Undergarment is available in Unisex sizing (XSmall through 3XLarge).
This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of Pinnacle´s Drysuit Overboots. These overboots can be used with any drysuit built with neoprene or latex socks. The Pinnacle Drysuit Overboots are a must for any diver who walks, hikes or climbs to a dive site. The Overboots feature thumb loops for easy donning, a secure lace-up design. The Pinnacle Drysuit Overboots are elastic enough to accommodate all foot widths.