You are a drysuit diver and you know that in all reality, those expensive undergarments you own are useful for little other than drysuit diving. The warmer they are, the more buoyant they are, and the more weight you have to wear. The Chillproof Undergarment from Sharkskin really isn’t done any justice by its name. Sure, it has all of the properties you would want in an undergarment, including a front 2 way zip to be compatible with a pee valve, stirrups so the legs don’t roll up when suiting up, and a warm fleecy inner layer that recycles your body heat and wicks moisture from sweat or leaks away from your body, but its differences are what make it stand out.
It is windproof, making it ideal for staying warm on surface intervals. Being the same as any other Chillproof product, it is neutrally buoyant so you can shed some lead. Also, it works perfectly as a stand-alone garment, meaning that your undergarment can also function as a comfortable 3mm wetsuit. If you spring a leak in your drysuit, what do you think will help you cope better? Some overpriced sweats, or a garment that can double as a wetsuit?
- 3 layer membrane keeps wind and water out while wicking water away from the body
- Antimicrobial, odor and itch resistant
- Soft wicking fleece inner liner to keep you warm, comfortable and dry
- 4 way stretch material
- Keeps you cool when it’s hot and warm when it’s cold
- Neutrally buoyant
- 2 way front-zip (pee valve approved)