dry suit

noun
a close-fitting, double-layered synthetic garment worn by a scuba diver in especially cold water, protecting the skin from contact with water and having an internal, warming layer of air that can be added to in order to equalize pressure during descent.

Origin:
1950–55

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Once a trout even tugged on my zipper on the back of my dry suit.
Divers will use vulcanized rubber dry suit, in good repair, which are dedicated
  for use in potable water.
The commenter noted high prices for parkas, boots, and a dry suit needed for
  river recreation.
The personal protective gear ensemble of the other rescuers was identical
  except they were each wearing a dry suit.
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