Re: Wet vs Semi Dry

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Posted by Dan Barrows on May 17, 2002 at 17:27:57:

In Reply to: Wet vs Semi Dry posted by Duraque on May 16, 2002 at 08:30:34:

That's easy - be as warm as possible. Semi-Dry is warmer than wet! The suit has seals on the wrist and ankles to limit water flow through the suit. That will prevent heat loss caused by convection. It is also important to get a suit that fits properly. The best place to get your suit is at a professional dive store where a trained professional can size you up and fit you properly. when it comes to cost, you get what you pay for in diving. If you are cold though, diving sucks! Investing in a dry suit is the best way to dive So. California! If it were me, on a limited budget, I'd make payments and get a dry suit! You can call me if you need some help selecting the right suit for your needs.

Dan Barrows
Scuba Schools of America
(818) 225-1616

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