A Semi-Dry Wetsuit differs, as the name says, from a wet suit because of its reduced water permeability. By means of special cuffs, the suit is almost impermeable. These are found at the transition between foot liners and pants as well as between sleeves and gloves and at the neck. Thus less water seeps into the diver’s suit than in the case of a wet suit. This is particularly advantageous when you dive in colder water bodies, since the suit protects better against the cold.
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