last eason i switched from my trusty ol' camaro S.A.P. to the neilpryde E3.
while i'm riding i never regret this step.
but when i'm instructing, that suit does not feel super comfy warm.
when i come out of the water, i'm as chilled as the students - so a session afterwards is no option.
so has anyone good experiences with drysuits that will keep you warm even if you're standing around in waistdeep water for hours ?
maybe something from the fishing-sector ?
Im also intructor and have ocean rodeo dry suit. It is not very good for this purpose - when you are "half in water" - air i pressured out from your legs to your upper body because pressure difernces between air and water. And this restrict your movement - heavy. Dry suits are good when you are all in water or all on the air. I have also SAP and its much better for this. However just standing on beach in cold wind - pyro is much warmer. I also prefer pyro for riding