What is a Drysuit?

Posted by ecostinger on 28th May 2017

What is a drysuit?A drysuit is a full body garment that is designed to keep the wearer dry when immersed in water. Clothing of some sort such as stinger suit is normally worn underneath a drysuit and this will also remain dry throughout the activity. A drysuit is suitable for water temperature between -2 and 25°C or 28 to 77°F.What makes up a drysuit? Most drysuits are made up of several key parts …
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What Is The Difference Between Stinger Suit, Dive Skin, Wetsuit, Drysuit and Dive Suit?

Posted by ecostinger on 19th Aug 2014

The Difference Between These Suits Can Be Summarized Into two Categories: 1. Stinger Suits and Dive Skins: suitable for warm and lukewarm water temperature starting from around 20°C (70°F) to 30°C (86°F) and above; 2. Wetsuits, Dive Suits and Drysuits: suitable for cool and cold water temperature between around -2 to 25°C or 28 to 77°F depending on thickness and material used. …
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