Bare's D6 has been a benchmark for sport and commercial divers for decades. With 6mm of tough, warm and resilient neoprene, this suit delivers it all. LIFETIME GUARANTEE.
At BARE we take our commitment to product quality seriously. Our drysuits in particular are legendary for their durability and longevity with many of our customers getting a full lifetime of use out of their BARE drysuit before passing it on to a friend or family member. This has allowed us to offer something that no other drysuit manufacturer has been able to do: a Lifetime Guarantee on seams and workmanship. Much more than a warranty, BARE is the first and only drysuit manufacturer to offer a Lifetime Guarantee.Except for normal wear and tear, misuse or negligence, BARE will honor all claims against seams and workmanship for the life of the drysuit worldwide. Even if you're not the original owner, you're covered.
In a category where the next closest competitor only offers a 7-year warranty, we think you'll agree that the BARE Guarantee says something quite extraordinary about the quality of the workmanship, materials and technology that goes into each and every one of our drysuits. We stand behind our workmanship like no one else because you deserve a product like no other
6mm high-density neoprene, laminated with "DIAMONDDIAMOND-TUFFTUFF" nylon
Exclusive NST (No-Stitch Technology)
Easy entry back zipper with internal protective flap
This product has a limited lifetime warranty.
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Comments about Bare Sports Bare D-6 Pro Drysuit Black (011134):
Very comfortable and warm suit. I have 3,000 hours on mine before I had to replace the zipper. Eight hours of ice diving wearing 3 layers of socks, thermals and a omniheat jacket you will be toasty warm. Material is durable, I have maybe one or two small cuts crawling in and out of rocked ponds and working in culverts. Always go with latex cuffs, they are more durable, comfortable and you will Not get the trickle of water you do with neopreme seals. At 2,500 hours I ripped a seal, it took 30 seconds to pop a new one in.
Only drawback is their "innovation" non-stitch technology. The only thing holding the suit together is glue and a layer of tape. The seem in my crotch ripped open at 100 hours. The seem on the waste, conveniently right where the weight belt sits, ripped at 1000 hours, front and back. Where the straps on your BCD sit, about 2,500 hours. I carry a large tube of Aquaseal and it's an easy fix. However, Bare will Not repair the suit where Aquaseal has been used.
Between myself and 15 other underwater contractors we have bought and used every suit there is. This is the best and what the majority of us use.