The code zero continues for 2020 with this popular black design which looks pretty cool as well as working extremely well. I love this suit for its versatility. The invention of a decent waterproof plastic zip allowed Gul to really rethink the design of a drysuit. They moved the zip to the shoulder, but starting and finishing on the front, they call it the horseshoe shape. What it means to me is firstly I can do it up on my own, as far as I am concerned a must, then the high position gives more room across the shoulders and interferes less with trapeze harness or neoprene spraydeck, as the zip finishes where you can see it , very easy to check done up. Then I wear my drysuit all year round so I need good breathability, I just alter my layers to the season. So I use this suit for everything, , I love neoprene seals at neck and wrist , so much more comfortable than latex, I can live with latex feet as I personally have only gone through 1 pair in ten years. Easily replaced by Rubberman. Reinforced knees and bum , but not all breathable fabrics are the same , this is very good. When I am onshore I tend to unzip, take my head out and tuck the headpiece in the front, so I can work on boat without being fully dressed.