Their latest offering is the evolved D7; the D7X.
Since it’s introduction the Waterproof D7 has been the prime choice of drysuit within the advanced diving community.,
Waterproof has constructed their D7X drysuit from 'Nylotech'. A new strong, yet soft fabric, that is abrasion proof. (It's actually been tested using the Martindale Method with 200,000 rubs).Read more
This bio-mapped ceramic printed garment comes in two choices; a one piece (similar in style to the HALO 3D) or the traditional two piece option. Fourth Element has advised that the Arctic Expedition should be a relatively low bulk garment.Read more
The team spent days underground, therefore they needed base layers that could stand long repetitive wear without the risk of skin infections developing. One way of reducing this risk is to keep the skin dry.
The fabric has a unique knit that minimises contact with the skin, allowing air to circulate, whilst having enough fibres to wick away sweat. In addition the fabric is bacteriostatic and anti-fungal, thanks to anti-microbial silver ions embedded within the fibres of the fabric.
The result is a lightweight compact base layer than can be worn for extended periods beneath a drysuit.Read more