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summer drysuit diving

Discussion in 'Exposure Suits' started by tc_rain, Sep 3, 2007.

  1. contender

    contender Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Cave Country
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    100 gram Fleece or sometimes just a dive skin.
     
  2. hollywood703

    hollywood703 Solo Diver

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    60+ Light fleece pajama style thermals..........less than that the quilted thermals come out......went out yestarday and hit a nice thermalcline that showed 48 degrees.......only thing that was getting cold was just around my lips.....but it was about an hour worth of diving in it, Other than that I was perfectly toasty in the light fleece.
     
  3. Tod

    Tod Solo Diver

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    When I bought my drysuit through Divetank.com, it came with two separate undergarments. One of them was a two piece set (tops and bottoms) of relatively light weight polar fleece from a company called Pioneer. I have no idea what the weight of the fabric is, but it actually works pretty good even down to the low 50s. (My suit is a crushed neoprene Bare XCD-2 Pro Dry, so it seems pretty warm and may not require as much insulation.)
     

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