To help decrease the amount of air a full mask blows into your hood, cut the hood back so it sits 1/4 inch in from where the inside edge of the mask face seal sits on the face. To accomplish this, don the hood with the liner, powder the mask seal, place the mask on the face. Then take a pen and draw where the hood should be cut back to. Powder up a room temp scuba cylinder, powder the inside of the hood. Slide the hood over the scuba cylinder making sure the neck is out of the way. Then use a very sharp blade to cut the hood on one smooth, continuous, nonstop motion (don’t leave nicks). Voila.

We also use hood vents.

Andrea Zaferes
www.teamlgs.com
POB 594, Shokan NY 12481
(845) 657-5544, Fax (845) 657-5549
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