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Steve_HerschbachRe: Dry suit Thermal Questions
The best thing to use is the underwear made for drysuits. I do admit however to often using just a bunch of different long underwear, t-shirts, long sleeve pullover shirts/light sweaters, sweat pants and a pile of socks. Enough stuff where I can change out almost every day or two at most to a fresh set.

Neoprene suits need less insulation than shell suits and are more forgiving in that regard.
BobAKRe: Dry suit Thermal Questions
There are under garments made to go under dry suits. I like polartec underware, different layers depending on water temps. Polartec socks also, three pair
Want2BDredgerDry suit Thermal Questions
What is the best under dry-suit thermal under garments to use and what kind of layers over for early spring Alaskan dredging ??? What do you recommend for sock combination ???

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