Re: more drysuit questions

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Posted by Ross-O on December 28, 2005 at 18:24:54:

In Reply to: more drysuit questions posted by divinotter on December 28, 2005 at 18:13:47:

Is cold a problem for you? If so, a drysuit is the answer.

You may get chilly in a drysuit on the bottom but you're warm again as soon as you get back on the boat. I get progressively colder in a wetsuit throughout the day even when I try to dry it, put on a jacket, etc.

Each gear config has its place. It all depends on your goals, diving style, budget, and tolerance.

For most of us, a drysuit totally removes water temperature from the equation.


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