If you are a commercial diver anywhere in the world, chances are you either use a Northern Diver drysuit, or are well-aware of the name "Northern Diver". Northern Diver has a stellar reputation for their high-quality, durable, yet affordable suits, made for abuse, and designed for functionality and warmth. Pinnacle Diving Company has a direct relationship with Northern Diver, who makes all suits in-house, meaning you'll get a suit made for you, at less cost, because there is no "middle man".
The HID is a trilaminate drysuit made from the extremely tough Aquatex fabric, ballistic nylon, and kevlar, specifically designed for the most extreme dives possible. It includes a front entry BDM metal zipper, super-stretch neoprene neck seal, latex wrist seals, Northern Diver's low profile V-Tec technical valves, two bellows pockets, a flexi-light stick pocket on the right arm, a removable crotch strap, kevlar® kneepads, commercial hard sole boots, and it's CE and ISO certified.
The Divemaster Sport drysuit is the first choice of active sport divers across Europe, and it is the primary suit used by the UK’s major commercial diving schools.
It is made from Northern Diver’s 5.5mm Hyper-Compressed Neoprene, the material of choice by deep sea commercial divers around the world due to its warmth and outstanding durability.
The Divemaster Commercial drysuit is perhaps the most popular choice with commercial divers around the world. It is manufactured from a specially formulated 5.5mm Hyper-Compressed Neoprene, the material of choice by deep sea commercial divers around the world due to its warmth and outstanding durability. This allows the suit to maintain warmth, freedom of movement and real-world diving flexibility, and is acclaimed as being exceptionally hard-wearing.
The Voyager drysuit is a cost effective neoprene drysuit, offering high-end quality at an entry-level price. It is manufactured from a supple 4mm Compressed-Polymix Neoprene, so you can be sure of maximum comfort and flexibility when diving in a Voyager.
The Cortex Red Edition is manufactured from ultra hard-wearing Cordura® and is built to last. Typical high-stress areas are seam-free and reinforced, and you’ll find oversized Kevlar® 401 kneepads, and a high-spec BDM rear-entry zipper, protected by a flap. It also includes Super-Stretch Neoprene neck and wrist seals, Northern Diver low profile V-Tec technical valves, zippered and velcro bellows pockets, and commercial hard sole boots.
Designed to deliver great value and all-round performance, this trilaminate drysuit features integrated oversized knee and seat protection, is fitted with Northern Diver's acclaimed rugged hard sole boots, and has a high-spec BDM rear-entry zipper, protected by a flap. It can be worn in conjunction with numerous thermal garments or combinations of thermal garments, has Super-Stretch Neoprene neck and wrist seals, low profile V-Tec technical valves, and zippered and velcro bellows pockets.
Thermal garments/undersuits are used to keep you warm when diving in a drysuit. For most drysuit dives, you will be wearing some level of thermal protection. Thermal undersuits are available in a wide range of styles, thickness grades, and materials, and are best used in layers. A moisture-wicking "base layer" should always be worn against the skin, with additional layers used as appropriate for the environmental conditions and type of drysuit worn.
This is a two-piece base layer designed to ensure you stay comfortable in even the most demanding conditions. The snug-fitting suit has outstanding moisture wicking properties, keeping moisture away from your skin, keeping you dry and comfortable, and your body temperature regulated.
The Bodycore Sub Zero is a low profile one-piece layer suitable for cold to very cold conditions. It's constructed with a double fleece layer, super soft inner lining and a rugged outer shell. Additional three-needle stitching is around the neck, wrists, and ankles for extra strength. Additionally, foot stirrups and thumb loops are included to keep the suit in place when dressing.
The Thermicore V2 is a three piece thermal layer that comprises a jersey top, long johns and a pair of ergonomically designed "Hotsox". The system is suitable for diving in moderate to cold conditions (depending on the user's tolerance to cold), with plenty of useful features worked into the design. It includes three-needle stitching is around the neck, wrists, and ankles for extra strength, a pocket on the right sleeve, and foot stirrups and thumb loops to keep the suit in place when dressing.
The Metalux suits are one of the most lightweight, high-performance, and high spec, insulating materials available, designed for use with all neoprene or trilaminate drysuits from any manufacturer. The layer comes in different weights for water temperatures ranging from temperate to arctic, are made from a quilted construction that reduces air movement and retains heat, and they include a thermal layer that reflects a diver's own body heat back to them for superior thermal performance.
This is NOT a "drysuit undersuit", it was made for use with COMMERCIAL HOT-WATER SUITS!
The Thermal Sat has amazing thermal protection qualities due to its sheer thickness, and when paired with a base layer and a good-fitting drysuit, will keep you warm in the coldest of conditions.
The Thermal Sat was designed for the demands of hot water commercial diving, but equally suits any diver looking for thermal protection both in and out of the water.
WARNING! This suit will NOT fit all drysuits!
Notes: All drysuits are sold with stock features, however, all drysuits can be customized. Options for customization include (but are not limited to): neck seals, wrist seals, zippers (covers, locations, length, options), valves (locations, types), sizes and fitting, boots or socks, and more. Please inquire for options on customizations.
Please use this measurement guide for all wetsuit and drysuit orders! When submitting the Order Inquiry Form, be sure to include all your measurements as appropriate for the product being ordered!
To place an order, please download the Measurement Guide, then fill out the inquiry form on the Dive Gear menu page. Be sure to include your measurements so we can get the right size for you.