How Dry Suits are made?
Unlike a Wet Suit, a Dry Suit actually keeps you dry! This is achieved through seals which prevents water from entering. This generally allows better insulation making them more suitable for use in cold water. Dry suits can be uncomfortably hot in warm or hot air, and are typically more expensive and more complex to don. For divers, they add some degree of complexity as the suit must be inflated and deflated with changes in depth in order to minimize “squeeze” on descent or uncontrolled rapid ascent due to over-buoyancy. But have you ever wondered how it was made?