Ok, just a quick attempt so far...
the Twilight Trilaminate (or Neoprene, though I find this word works well more with the Twi for Tri and a 't' sound at the end of both - very catchy)
- the word also can touch that special moment when night and day conect upon a Dive.
the Maritime Trilaminate - again the letter 't' works the connection rather than Neoprene. The word Maritime incorporates the 'marine' world word.
- I still feel that this word connects with boats, but this might just be me?
the Ocean Dynamic Neoprene - can also work for Trilaminate. Two words that work well both together and upon their own.
the Tetonic Plate Trilaminate - catchy, but does Tetonics have anything to do with Drysuit Diving specifically?
the Panthalassa Neoprene - Ahh, dedicated to our planet's first Ocean. Such an 'old' word arouses a sense of wisdom or a very long, long life span of a suit.
the Climate Control Neoprene/Trilaminate - the most invogue pair of words that sum up the current climate of what Diving is in amongst
the Emperor Neoprene/Trilaminate - inspired by the Emperor Penguin that braves the cold of the Antarctic. Using an animal can work, as long as the majority
-of the world recognises the species as its own just as much as someone elses. The Emperor is a catch 22 in that Antarctica
-isn't anyone's but in a way its everyones.
the Ice Crystal - Sums up the environment that Drysuits brave and leaves a niche for a very cool Logo of an Ice Crystal upon the suit. Might sound a bit
- fragile though, rather than tough and durable.
the Holothurian Neoprene - just a jest on behalf of the Sea Cucumber.
the HydroThermal Neoprene - more just for Neoprene and both words encompass what is on offer with a crushed Neoprene suit.
....just some so far.