Is this to be worn alone or under your wetsuit?
You can use it for both. You can use it as a thin skin for snorkeling or diving in warm waters or you can use it under another wetsuit for added thermal protection.
It depends on where you are diving and the temperature of water. For cold water destinations, it can be used underneath 7 mil wetsuits for tad bit more warmth and easier suiting up. In warm water destinations where the temperature is 82 - 84 degrees, I have worn this suit alone as I just wanted protection from the elements and did not get cold over the course of the trip. If prone to getting cold in warm water destinations due to repetitive diving, you can wear this underneath 3 mil wetsuit for just a bit more warmth and to protect your legs and arms if you are wearing a 3 mil shorty.
Generally, alone, or under a shorty. Of course, you can layer it under anything, but the outer material is not slick like a lycra skin, so you might have some difficulty pulling on a full wetsuit (arms and legs).
It would be a little thick to wear under a wetsuit if your wetsuit fit snug. I bought to use as a skin just to have full coverage underwater with a little insulation. Luv this wetsuit.
Either way. Depends on water temp and how cold you get.
No. Put wet suit on nude. PC
My daughter wears this alone for diving in Mexico and the Flower Gardens.
She likes it better than the 3 mil wetsuit that she used to wear.
You can do either or! I tend to dive in warm climates and love to wear only this for protection against abrasives or stings. But if it's cold, you can wear under a wet suit or under a shorty for added warmth.
You can do either. My daughter wore it under her wetsuit for a bit of additional warmth, but it can also be worn on its own.
DAVID S P
Yes, my wife wears it in the Caribbean as a rash guard and loves it. It can also be used as a first layer under a normal wet suit in colder water.