Category Archives for "Wetsuit Reviews"

Seavenger Odyssey Neoprene Wetsuit Review

Seavenger Odyssey Neoprene Wetsuit Review

When it comes to investing in any new equipment or performance-enhancing gear and clothing, whether you are a professional, a novice or just an enthusiast, it’s vital that you purchase quality and that you buy from trusted and reputable brands. Seavenger is a company with a heritage and exemplary background supplying quality, essential products for […]

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NatyFly Neoprene Wetsuits Review

NatyFly Neoprene Wetsuits Review

Quick Navigation NATYFLY Neoprene Wetsuits ReviewWho is this Product for?What’s included?Overview of featuresTutorialAlternativesConclusion Wetsuits are designed for surface swimmers as well as divers to keep them warm in cold water, and shield them from the harmful rays of the sun in warm climates. This series of NatyFly Neoprene Wetsuits is designed with kids in mind, […]

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Best Drysuits for Men

Dream Drysuits for Men: Three of the Best Drysuits for Diving

The number of drysuits available on the market is vast and the features they offer all vary massively. Did you know that drysuits can be made of no less than five different materials? So, what is right for one water sport enthusiast may be a terrible choice for another. Due to this fact, we’ve compiled a […]

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A Point Wetsuits Premium Neoprene 1mm Sport Cap Review

A Point Wetsuits Premium Neoprene 1mm Sport Cap Review

This hood may be made of super-thin neoprene, but that doesn’t take away from its effectiveness in the least. It is just 1mm thick, but it will retain heat, and because of its dark color, the sun will also help to keep it warm. Made from a three-layer composite rubber material, this hood is durable and easy to care for. Just make sure that you don’t throw it in the washing machine.

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NeoSport Wetsuits Premium Neoprene 2mm Water Sock Review

NeoSport Wetsuits Premium Neoprene 2mm Water Sock Review

If you are into scuba diving or other water sports, you know that you need to have the right equipment in order to be able to protect yourself from discomfort and injuries. For instance, if your fins tend to chafe your ankles or feet when you are diving, you might want to consider wearing a pair of water socks, such as the NeoSport Wetsuits Premium Neoprene 2mm Water Socks. These water socks are thick enough to protect your feet, but thin enough that they can even be worn underneath a pair of boots comfortably. Today we are going to review these water socks and talk about their features, as well as the disadvantages of wearing them.

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