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Drysuit Hoods

ULTRA DRYSUIT HOODS

Standard Self-Venting  Drysuit Hood (with collar)drysuit hoods

Sizes XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL

Available in two thicknesses:

  • 7mm
  • 11mm

Made with high quality superior stretch neoprene for ultra comfort
One-way vents

Large face seal for warmth (11mm includes extra large face seal)
Strategically placed seams for longer wear – no seam under the chin
4mm skirt for easy tucking into the warm neck collar with binding

Suggested Retail: $90 BUY 7MM NOW or BUY 11MM NOW

Short Self-Venting Drysuit Hood
drysuit hoods

Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL

Made with 7mm high quality superior stretch neoprene for ultra comfort
One-way vents

Large face seal for warmth

Strategically placed seams for longer wear – no seam under the chin
Short length designed to be worn with suits without a warm neck collar

Suggested Retail: $80 BUY NOW

LATEX HOODS

ZipSeal Latex Hood Neck Combo G1Latex Hood/Neck ZipSeal Combination
  • Size Large – One Size Fits Most*
  • Can be used with any DUI drysuit with a neck ZipRing (G1)
  • Latex neck seal inside can be trimmed to size
  • Worn by divers wanting to keep their heads dry or for contaminated water conditions
  • Should be worn with a hood liner

*Size L – S also available for people with head sizes of 21″ or less (uncommon)

Suggested Retail: $238 BUY NOW

ZipSeal Latex Hood Combo G2G2 Latex Hood/Neck ZipSeal Combination
  • Size Large – One Size Fits Most
  • Can be used with any DUI drysuit with a G2 neck ZipRing
  • Hood is 3 dimensional for a comfortable fit
  • Latex neck seal inside can be trimmed to size
  • Worn by divers wanting to keep their heads dry or for contaminated water conditions
  • Should be worn with a hood liner
Suggested Retail: $258 BUY NOW

What DUI Ultra Drysuit Hoods Owners have to say..

Scuba hood My New scuba hood is perfect!

Heading off with our new DUI 11mm scuba hood we take off for diving in the cold, northern waters of the Norwegian Sea and the many beautiful fjords along the coast of Norway gives divers the chance to observe rarely seen deep, cold water organisms in relatively shallow depths. While exploring these waters recently on a two part expedition to Norway and Iceland, we photographed such elusive creatures as the Ghost Shark and the deep sea Medusae, along with historic shipwrecks from the Second World War.

After many exhilarating dives in Norway, we then continued on to Iceland, home to some of the cleanest, clearest and coldest water on Earth. In particular, the geological fissure known as Silfra, where the Earth’s crust is splitting apart through tectonic plate activity, is flooded with crystal clear glacial melt water that is filtered for 50 miles over thirty years through porous lava stone. The water temperatures here are about 32 degrees so thermal insulation is important to us as we seek to capture this beautiful location in images.

In both Norway and Iceland, we conducted our dives using our new DUI 11mm Dry Hoods and we could not have been happier! Upon entering this frigid environment, we could feel no sense of cold in our heads from the very beginning of the dive to when we exited. The hoods are warm, they establish a nice, comfortable fit on the face and they actually kept our
heads almost dry throughout these dives! These scuba hoods have now become an essential part of our cold water gear.

Mike Salvarezza
Eco Photo Explorers
New York
www.EcoPhotoExplorers.com