With a little training, dry suits can provide unparalleled warmth and comfort during a dive, as well as leaving you nice and dry between and after dives. The purpose of a drysuit is to ensure the wearer is kept dry and to provide thermal insulation or passive thermal protection to the wearer while immersed in water. A dry suit normally protects the whole body except the head, hands; this is were the need for hoods, gloves and boots are greatly increased. The main part of the drysuit is a waterproof shell made from a membrane type material, neoprene or a compressed foam rubber.

The Cressi Drylastic is a 4 mm Compressed Neoprene Drysuit with Hood for very cold or icy water.The Cressi Drylastic Drysuit is amazing. It's a drysuit that wears like a Wetsuit! With its low profile design needing less air, lead and thermals. You know… - Read More

AU$ 999.00

The BARE Aqua-Trek 1drysuit offers a range of convenient features, the punch line is this suit’s lightweight material with improved flexibility over traditional materials. The drysuit boasts a customized Cordura Nylon Oxford 4-layer fabric exclusive… - Read More

AU$ 2,999.00