When it comes to diving, Membrane and Neoprene are the two main types of scuba diving suits. The major difference is how you control the level of insulation. Membrane drysuits are lightweight but have minimal insulation and need to be paired with an undersuit. Neoprene drysuits have their own thermal properties, keeping you warm even without the presence of an undersuit. Membrane suits are typically made from butyl or vulcanised rubber. Whereas neoprene is constructed with a resin-injected compressed or hyper-compressed neoprene fabric. The type of suit you decide on is largely down to personal choice, but having a lighter suit will offer much more practicality, and the more padded suits will be specific to the type of dive you wish to embark on. Whatever type of suit you seek, you can be sure that Simply Scuba has some of the best on display right here.