Scubapro Everdry 4 Drysuit Review & Features

Diving in cold waters demands a solid, high performance dry suit. And the ScubaPro Everdry 4 drysuit is marketed by the manufacturer as just that.

The Everdry 4 is a neoprene drysuit with some super features:

  • Incredibly lightweight. The Everdry 4 is around 50% lighter than more traditional drysuits
  • Made from 4mm high density neoprene, the Scubapro Everdry 4 is a skin tight fit and requires only a thing undersuit beneath it. This gives is a very streamlined fit – it fits more like a wetsuit than a drysuit, but keeps you warm and dry
  • Si-Tech Balanced. The Everdry 4 comes with Si-Tech features. You can activate and chest inflator from the side of the suit and deflate it too. This is a huge help in buoyancy control
  • Rolling neoprene neck seals ensure you stay completely dry. No leaks, no wetness and a good dry, warm feel while diving in cold water
  • A zipped thigh pocket enables you to keep all of your things secure while scuba diving but close to hand at the same time
  • An anatomically shaped hood keeps your head dry at the same time as offering optimum levels of comfort

The Scubapro Everdry 4 also comes with a changing mat bag, a hose and a repair kit.

This drysuit is available in a range of men’s and women’s sizes. Relaxed and broad sizes are also suitable for those with larger frames. Bear in mind that the Everdry 4 is designed for a thin undersuit. Should you wish to wear thicker layers underneath, then get a larger size.

Perhaps the only downside to this suit, based on reviews we’ve seen, is that those with particularly large feet might find the feet in the Everdry drysuit a little too cosy!

Do you have this suit?

If you already have the Scubapro Everdry 4 drysuit and you’d like to share your experiences and thoughts, give us a shout! We’d love to know how many dives you’ve completed in the suit and what you think so far.

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One comment

  1. I’m a slight female. I bought this suit in August last year (it’s now December). Have done 38 dives in it so far. I love this suit! My last one was also Scubapro but membrane. This one is very warm (sometimes too warm while kitting up!) I can comfortably do an hour long dive in Scottish waters. Fits well (though I also had to buy a new undersuit to fit underneath, but it was worth it) and is comfortable to wear and move in. The only bit of DIY I’ve had to do so far is glue up some tears in the cuffs due to fingernails.
    Occasionally I get leaks in the wrist seal, but only due to movement, as I have small wrists anyway.
    Definitely recommend this suit in terms of warmth and comfort!

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