May 28, 2014Drysuit diving on a cold winter day is so warm and cozy. Those fuzzy undergarments just beckon to be worn. Now that spring has arrived, and the warmer summer months are just around the corner, getting into the drysuit on a hot day isn’t as appealing. Overheat on the surface or freeze under the thermocline. What’s a diver to do? Keeping your cool is an important step in your summer dive planning. Click here to read the full article AND learn how to keep your cool. [news_date]Added May 28, 2014[/news_date]
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