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Eurodiver
07-28-2008, 03:52
Yep misleading huh?

:fly:

Nosy!
:smiley35:
Men I swear. You mention naked and they are all over it
Ok so the guys started a "what do you wear under your wet suit" thread.
Thought I would start our own.
So ladies what do you wear under your wet suit?
:cake::smiley_egypt::deal: :smiley_party::angel2::GRIM2A::smilie_hexe2::anon:


**I wore a bikini and a Lycra Hot skin. Yeah read the violent out break thread in the wet suit section to find out more. It wasn't good.?**

Any one else allergic to Neoprene? Got any fixes for it?

dallasdivergirl
07-28-2008, 08:09
It depends on how cold it is, there may be another wetsuit under the first one!

Normally, a basic bikini that had a hook in the back. Nothing with a knot in the back, I learned that after ow class.

good luck with the allergy. that sounds pretty painful.

Jenn
07-28-2008, 21:15
I wear a bikini under my wet suit but unfortunetly I need to invest in one that does not have a knot in the back and around the neck. Boy that is so annoying. Considering I spent all the extra money on dive gear I will have to wait until next month to get one that does not have the knots. Even though I love the fit of the bathing suit other then the knots bothering the **** out of me. :smiley6:

julz
07-28-2008, 21:52
a plain one peice swim suit

blueeyeddiver
07-28-2008, 21:54
I usually just wear a bikini...sometimes a hot skin.

chace_nicole
07-28-2008, 22:03
Second vote for a plain ol' one piece.

Foo2
07-29-2008, 00:01
I wear a bikini. As for the knots...they don't seem to bother me. There are very few one pieces that I can wear. They always seem to be too long, I'm more legs than torso.

livinoz
07-29-2008, 06:48
A bikini or two piece :)

mselizann
07-29-2008, 07:39
depends on which suit. the seams on my 3mm irritate me- so I wear a bikini and a skin
for my semi-dry just a bikini. It seems if I wear a skin with that it "pulls" the water towards my core....if that makes sense

scubarobin
07-29-2008, 10:11
I wear a one-piece swimsuit and a sports bra to hold the girls in place.. and a skin if under my 7mm wetsuit. If I am in my 3mm (tropical water) just the swimsuit and sports bra. I used to wear just the swimsuit until I almost fell out of it when bending over to take off the wetsuit on a boat once... now I prefer support and coverage.

OH-JJ
07-29-2008, 11:15
I met the Bare Naked Ladies about ten years ago. They are actually regular guys in person, which is more than I can say for some other groups. back then I worked in the music industry....

Grizbear98
07-29-2008, 13:48
depends on how cold it is for me, if its cold I wear underarmour over top my bikini and a pair of boardshorts. If its warm, bikini.

Truered1
07-29-2008, 13:50
bikini here also under the suit - if no suit sometimes just a rash guard top

aperkins
10-15-2008, 10:31
Underarmor is great for a little increased warmth and a little less oggling while getting out of a wetsuit!!!!!!!

gNats
10-15-2008, 11:04
I dive in moderate water temps - surface temp may be 70 deg F., but the thermocline can drop considerably, so I have my two piece wetsuit on. Underthat I always have on a dive skin - makes getting that farmer jane on even easier! :smiley20:

Under that..... well, that is up for debate. One day I realized my bikini of choice had a knot in the back, so I left that topside!

:smiley2:

gthomas
10-15-2008, 17:40
A one piece. I have a Speedo that good quaility. No losing the shoulder straps.

Diver Kat
10-15-2008, 19:08
Regular old one piece Lands End bathing suit ... if I tried a bikini, the fish would run away screaming!!:smiley9:

lovesmexico615
10-15-2008, 20:27
Usually just a bikini... sometimes a rashguard as well

cowgirldiver
10-15-2008, 21:10
I wear a bikini-the knots don't seem to bother me either. I've found that the bathrooms on boats are not always the most concealing (on the last one, the door had quite a gap). I'd rather not show more than I have to by having to pull a one piece all the way down.

Diver Kat
10-15-2008, 23:10
I wear a bikini-the knots don't seem to bother me either. I've found that the bathrooms on boats are not always the most concealing (on the last one, the door had quite a gap). I'd rather not show more than I have to by having to pull a one piece all the way down.
In general, the boats I've been on don't have a head, so not really a consideration.

CompuDude
10-16-2008, 19:33
I support this thread. :smiley20:

NeveSSL
10-17-2008, 02:33
:ttiuwop:

:D

reefgirl64
10-18-2008, 23:28
I prefer a simple bikini.... I totally agree w/the no-knots! I have one one-piece that works great too and it's a little nostalgic for me- it's the one I was certified in! :)

Diver Kat
10-19-2008, 00:05
:ttiuwop:

:DBeware you don't go down the same road as Tim!! :smilie39:

http://forum.scubatoys.com/womens-issues/16908-bcd-fit-help.html#post233317



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NeveSSL
10-19-2008, 01:09
;) :D

mona
10-19-2008, 17:30
Wear a bikini (2 piece suit). The one I wear most often has a knot around the neck and that doesn't seem to bother me. The others I've worn on occasion have a small knot at back and neck and didn't seem to bother me.
I like the 2 piece as it makes it easier to change out of my wetsuit/bathing suit into dry cloths when needing to change literally on the side of the road (or if no change facility available). Also easier to get in and out of when wet and needing to use the head if one available on boat and as someone else mentioned I don't end up revealing more than I have to.

Moxie
10-20-2008, 13:03
Well under my wet suit I wear a two piece with no knots and my dive skin. Those days are long gone though as I'm stuck up here in the great white North and no warm water diving for me in the forseeable future.

Chocoholic
10-26-2008, 14:37
I wear a two piece, but I want to get a rash guard. Just have to find one that fits and is pretty :smiley9:

dmdoss
11-02-2008, 22:23
I prefer it when yall wear a bikini:smiley2: Seems that dive shorts and rash guard would be more comfortable? Yes or NO?

Black-Gorrilla
11-02-2008, 22:59
i was here... that is all.

and yes... very misleading.

5513
11-03-2008, 01:17
:ttiuwop:

:D
Agreed!!!!

oddbod
11-03-2008, 01:24
"Bare naked"

Wouldn't that be uncomfortable under a wetsuit:smilie40:

BlowingBubbles
11-03-2008, 07:33
"Bare naked"

Wouldn't that be uncomfortable under a wetsuit:smilie40:


I think it would be more uncomfortable for the guys. We women don't have bits and pieces to keep in place. :smiley36: Although it would be a wierd sensation I would think.