I've become increasingly convinced that there is a small leak somewhere in the lower legs of my brand new drysuit. A dark room and a flashlight didn't yield anything but because my suit comes with attached hard boots that are very hard to invert, I couldn't actually check the feet.
The telltale sign is the occasional feeling of a single cold bead of water traveling down my left knee, which I realized means something different in diving position than standard upright standing position. When I first got the suit it came with the wrong size boots and it was sent back for a rush boot replacement job, so I wonder if a seam wasn't sealed all the way. Now that I've narrowed it down, how do I go about confirming my hunch and fixing it? The boot has a very rugged molded rubber sole that is pretty resistant to inversion. Is there a trick to doing this?
All I know is, it is NOT going back for another 3 weeks. Even though the seams are covered under warranty. I'd rather deal with the damp socks.