Still like the exposure suits the oil rig workers use. They have no gloves nor boots. They work great on a cold wet watch and you can wear your favorite harness over them. Admittedly don't provide the protection these dedicated immersion suits provide but my thinking is I just need to stay warm enough and afloat long enough to get into the raft if g-d forbid the boat goes down. Find putting any of these things on requires going down below, stripping, finding a bunk where you can sit without bouncing around a lot. They are a bear to put on, you need to be careful about over heating wearing them. Then once on they are hard to turn your head to see and move around . Those are not as big an issue in the commercial work suits. The work suits also have reinforcement in wear areas so expect they will stand up to use better. Had an Imhoff suit I used for >10y even as just foulies when it got snotty.