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Neoprene is a type of synthetic rubber, often also used in neck and wrist seals of drysuits. Neoprene can be specially prepared to contain millions of tiny enclosed air bubbles, forming a buoyant and thermally-insulating material. This is called "foamed neoprene" or "foam-neoprene".
Foamed neoprene tends to shrink over the years as it outgases and slowly becomes more rigid. An alternative is crushed or rolled neoprene, which is used in the construction of all Northern Diver neoprene dry suits and is less susceptible to volume changes under pressure, as well as shrinkage.
Crushed neoprene dry suits provide some insulation by themselves (unlike membrane drysuits), but thermal undersuits are usually worn with these drysuits. The undersuits worn usually vary from a fine base layer similar to the Northern Diver Thermalskin up to a thicker layer such as our Arctic Base or Metalux Arctic.
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