My favourite drysuit
I have logged hundreds of dives in it since purchasing. To provide some context: this suit has completed over 500 dives in Iceland´s coldest and wildest weather, with 2Â°C glacial stream dives and slightly warmer ocean dives around hydrothermal vents. I have also dived in Sweden and Denmark with more ´reasonable´ cold water temperatures of 10-15Â°C. The simplest way I can describe this dry suit is that it works just like a dry suit but feels just like a wetsuit. No uneven air pockets form when inflating, it affords maximum flexibility (I can be fully kitted and easily bend over and touch the ground) and is warm and effective as any other dry suit I have tried. In fact, this suit is so effective at heat retention that I don´t wear an undergarment anymore, save for a long sleeved shirt and a light sweater/long johns underneath. Imagine your usual underclothes before the undergarment and just put your suit on! While I usually need 12-14kg for a standard dry suit I am comfortable with 10kg for a recreational dive in this suit (assuming fresh water, 12l steel tank; 12kg for a saltwater dive) The seals on the neck and wrists have that wonderful Mares glideskin which is effective even after numerous dives. Paired with the various cold water gloves that Mares provides I´m almost coming out drier that when I got in.
Muta mares icefit
The suit looks pretty good, too bad that the different sizes are not accurate!