Is coldwater stopping you from diving? Diving in temperate and cold climates can be very rewarding with clear visibility, fantastic sense of solitude and sometimes unique underwater life. You don't have to give up diving, but all you need is proper exposure protection.
What is a trilaminate drysuit? There is a clue in the name. A trilaminate drysuit is made out of three layers of material from which the middle one is usually a sort of waterproof rubber compound. The outer layer nowadays is made out of anything from a lightweight type fabric to heavy-duty materials like kevlar, while the inner layer offers softer touch fabric for comfort.
It is argued that trilaminate drysuit offers much better exposure protection customisation over neoprene drysuit. By choosing different types of undergarments from very light for warm water diving to very warm and thick undersuits for arctic conditions, you can have very versatile trilaminate drysuit that will perform exceptionally well in different scuba diving scenarios. We have used our trilaminate drysuits in Egypt, the Med, Newfoundland, under-ice diving in the Baltics- we know its a versatile piece of equipment.
If you are after a great selection of premium trilaminate drysuits, Mike's Dive Store is your one-stop store for all your diving suits. We will make sure you find the right trilaminate drysuit from a range of top-performing drysuits like Azdry, Waterproof, Fourth Element, Mares XR, and Scubapro.
Still interested to know a little bit more about types of drysuits so you can decide which one works better for you? Please have a look at our Blog 'Choosing a Diving Drysuit' guide. Alternatively do not hesitate to call our Chiswick store for some professional advice.