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A drysuit is different to a wetsuit. Drysuits are usually made from a thin waterproof fabric instead of neoprene. Drysuits feature a very tight latex neck, arm and leg steal to prevent water from entering. Drysuits use a waterproof zip to prevent water entering your suit. Drysuits are pressure tested at the factory before they are sold as 100% drysuits. You can wear undergarment inside the suit, such as a fleece jersey, to stay warm. Drysuits are usually used for diving, kiteboarding, sailing and kayaking, but they are too bulky and restrictive to be used used for surfing.

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