How Are Dry Suits Different To Wet Suits?
What’s the difference between a dry suit and a wet suit? If you’re looking for a new wetsuit, the chances are you could quickly find yourself out of your depth. There is a huge array of equipment to pick from.
Essex (I-Newswire) July 11, 2012 - What’s the difference between a dry suit and a wet suit?
If you’re looking for a new wetsuit, the chances are you could quickly find yourself out of your depth. There is a huge array of equipment to pick from.
Wetsuit Outlet has over 100,000 items in stock and since 2004 the company has shipped over 230,000 orders and 400,000 products. That is why we are perfectly placed to help you with your research.
A wetsuit is made out of neoprene, the material is also used by premiership football teams. Wetsuit Outlet supplies the teams with ‘neoprene boots’ for them to use in changing rooms and showers to prevent infections. This is the company’s biggest selling product.
A wetsuit is wet, in other words it won’t keep your body dry underneath the suit. A dry suit is similar but instead of getting wet it has gaskets at your arms, legs and neck. It therefore keeps the wearer dry.
If you are in very cold water, it is advisable to buy a dry suit to ensure you are kept warm.
When you immerse yourself in water wearing a wet suit, it allows a thin layer of water between the person’s body and the wet suit. The body heats the water, allowing the heat to be retained and keeping the swimmer warm.
There are different thicknesses of wet suits depending on how cold the water is going to be. They usually range from 2mm to 7mm thick and range in style. Products available include shorty wet suits. These products have short arms and legs for warmer water.
It is always advisable to try your wet suit on as different styles suit people differently.
A dry suit is often worn by people who work around cold water in case they fall in. This includes air rescue crews, fishing crews and oil platform workers.
When dry suits were first sold, many people complained that they were bulky but nowadays, using a dry suit is almost as easy as using a wet suit.
About B2C Distribution Ltd (Wetsuit Outlet)
B2C Distribution Ltd (Wetsuit Outlet)
The Gunnery Drill Shed
Chapel Road, Shoeburyness, ESSEX
Phone : 01702 299413
Published On:July 11, 2012
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