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Problue Neoprene Pants


Problue Neoprene Pants

High waist style pants. 3.0mm Neoprene with Nylon II fabric, flat-locked seam construction

Problue Neoprene Jacket


Problue Neoprene Jacket

Long sleeve neoprene jacket 3.0mm Neoprene with Nylon II fabric, flat-locked seam construction

Gull Jacket SCS


Gull Jacket SCS

This exclusive Gull Jacket SCS is a wetsuit top designed to give the warmth and protection you need when exploring the underwater world.

Scubapro Hybrid Cargo Shorts

Comfortable and stretchy, the Scubapro Hybrid Cargo Shorts form-fits perfectly to your body when worn. These versatile water-sports shorts are made of a combination of 1mm X-Foam neoprene and durable nylon. Designed to be worn either by themselves, the Hybrid Cargo Shorts, comes with a nylon drawstring and reinforced seat, plus two large cargo pockets for carrying money, sunglasses or other accessories when enjoying a day on the beach or dive boat. Just pair them up with another stylish rash guard, and you'll get the perfect beach or boat ensemble. Suitable for use in warm tropical waters.

Gull SCS Long Pants

Suitable for all types of watersports such as snorkelling, scuba diving, freediving. Highly stretchable material gives you the best comfort and freedom you can find.
  • SCS Material provides the best heat retention
  • Excellent stretchability
  • Excellent abrasion resistance to rubbing
  • Male and female sizes available

Scubapro 3mm Front Zip Hooded Vest

This classic hooded vest underlayer is now in 100% Everflex neoprene for super comfortable stretch. Designed to layer with SCUBAPRO steamers. With the New design of full front zip make divers easy to put on and take off.

Waterproof 1mm Neoskin Wetsuit

Heavier and warmer than Lycra, softer and more flexible than a wetsuit. Completely wind and splash-proof. Flexible, smooth interior fabric, makes the Neoskin easy to don and doff.

Gull Warm shorts

Gull Warm Shorts are the right inner suit for your diving activities, whether you value mobility or heat rentention.

Gull Cocoloa 2mm Topper

Gull Cocoloa 2mm Topper adopts a 2mm neoprene double-sided jersey fabric, providing excellent heat retention for both scuba diving or snorkelling. As a 2mm jacket, it’s flexibility allows for an ease of movement underwater and makes it easy to don on and doff.

Scubapro Everflex 1.5mm Pants

When it comes to thermal protection, nothing beats neoprene. SCUBAPRO’s Everflex 1.5mm neoprene pants keep you warm while providing protection from scrapes and stings.

Sharkskin Chillproof Front Zip Top

Always struggling with your fullsuit? Get this Sharkskin Chillproof front zip top, and you will be amazed at how quickly you don on and off in a jiffy! Did we also mention that this material is windproof and dries quickly? Try one on today!

Problue RW-11 3mm Shorts with Hip Pockets

Problue RW-11 3mm Shorts with Hip Pockets ‧ 3mm N/N Neoprene shorts ‧ Two thigh pockets made in 1680D nylon

Scuba Wetsuits for men, women, and children. For divers or swimmers alike, good for any water sports. May it is for diving, snorkeling, or even just spending time on the beach, this will be the right wear for you.

Scuba Wetsuits

Wetsuit for Swimming

Wetsuits are garments worn to provide thermal protection while wet. It is usually made of foamed neoprene, and is worn by surfers, divers, windsurfers, canoeists, and others engaged in water sports and other activities in or on water, primarily providing thermal insulation, but also buoyancy and protection from abrasion, ultraviolet exposure, and stings from marine organisms. The insulation properties of Neoprene foam depend mainly on bubbles of gas enclosed within the material, which reduce its ability to conduct heat. The bubbles also give the wetsuit a low density, providing buoyancy in water.

Wetsuit temperature guide Celsius

Different types of scuba wetsuits are made for different uses and for different temperatures. Suites range from a thin (2 mm or less) “shortie“, covering just the torso, to a full 8 mm semi-dry, usually complemented by neoprene boots, gloves, and hood.

Wetsuit temperature guide Celsius


The difference between a wetsuit and a dry suit is that a wetsuit allows water to enter the suit, while dry bags and suits are designed to prevent water from entering, thus keeping the undergarments dry and preserving their insulating effectiveness. Wetsuits can give adequate protection in warm to moderately cold waters. Drysuits are typically more expensive and more complex to use but can be used where protection from lower temperatures or contaminated water is needed.