Cressi delivers again with the Otterflex, a comfortable, versatile 5-mm full wetsuit that’s perfect for divers and snorkelers.
If you’re headed somewhere warm this winter, you’d be wise to pack the light, comfortable Cressi Bahia wetsuit.
Finding a wetsuit that fits just right can be tough. We tried out a custom wetsuit from 7till8 and were quite pleased with the results.
Cold weather is approaching, but this doesn’t need to mean the end of your diving season with the Cressi Desert drysuit.
Divers who love flexibility (and who get cold easily) will love the stylish, comfortable and cozy Cressi Medas Lady.
Adding a layer of thermal protection, the Lavacore women’s long-sleeved shirt is the perfect addition to your exposure suit.
Stretchy, warm and protective fabric makes these gloves a great choice for wreck divers
Unless you dive exclusively in tropical waters, a drysuit can be a fantastic investment. Although the waterproof material is built tough, the cuffs are the weak spot. Does a new innovation spell the end of glued drysuit cuffs?
Whites drysuits fill a much-needed niche in the dive-gear industry with suits made specifically for women.
Everyone hates struggling into a wetsuit, but Aqua Lung’s new AquaFlex wetsuits make the process so much easier.
Are you looking for a neoprene alternative, or something light and warm to wear under your wetsuit in really chilly waters that won’t force you to add weight?
British dive-clothes producer Fourth Element’s cold-water series is as snuggly as it is practical