Whites Diving Support
How to Measure
Download Fusion Suits Size Chart
Download Legacy Suits Size Chart
View the Fusion Manual here.
Drysuit Owners Manual (PDF file)
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Frequently Asked Questions
- We recommend you have your authorized Whites dealer measure you
- Wear a swimsuit or very light clothing while you are being measured
- Follow our step-by-step measuring guide
One of the most common errors made by first time dry suit divers is failing to tuck or 'roll in' their neoprene neck and wrist seals. If this step is missed, you will get wet!
For detailed instuctions, consult the 'Tuck Neoprene Neck Seal' or the 'Tuck Neoprene Wrist Seals' section of the Dry Suit Owner's Manual.
Neoprene is the perfect place for foul smelling bacteria to thrive. If your wetsuit is giving you a bad smell, there is new product on the market called Mirazyme.
Originally developed for oil spill clean up, this product is not a traditional soap, but a microbial 'bacteria' eater. The bacteria found in Myrazme are the 'good guys' which feed on the 'bad guys'.
We have used this cleaner in our repair facility for over a year with great success. If your suit stinks, give it a try. (Mirazyme can be found in most scuba shops)
If you do not feel comfortable trimming your seals please contact Whites Manufacturing to have a qualified sales person walk you through the process. If you wish to order replacement seals please contact your Whites authorizes dealer.