How do I choose diving booties?
They should fit like your shoes, snugly, without pinching. Like most new scuba gear, they will probably be a bit stiff to start with, but even when new, they should never be uncomfortable. If they are too big, they may fill with water resulting in cold feet and less fin control.
What are scuba shoes called?
Diving shoes, also called wetsuit shoes, are always made of neoprene and are available in different thicknesses and heights. They vary in thickness from 3 to 7 millimetres.
Do you need boots for scuba diving?
Those boots are not always necessary, but a diver should not go on a dive trip without bringing them along. They serve multiple functions depending on the circumstances of the dive. First of all, dive boots protect your feet before, during, and after the dive.