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SEAC S-Dry Wetsuit Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on SEAC S-Dry Wetsuit Review Posted in: Between $251-$500, Wetsuits

The S-Dry is a semi-dry suit, or a wetsuit in the super-warm class that sport tight seals for minimal water transfer. The S-Dry is a 7mm wetsuit with a form-fitting cut, but made from a super-flexible form of neoprene. The list of seals include a waterproof zipper and double cone soft-skin seals around the wrists and ankles, with the ankle seals buttressed by zippers. The accompanying hood has an air-draining system, and the suit comes with extra padding around the shoulders, knees, and elbows, along with a handy hip clasp for the hood. In short, it’s got all the semi-dry bases covered, and S-Dry’s owners have no complaints.

Average Price: $400