Hi All, Just a quick one regarding ascending in horizontal trim. When I ascend at the end of a dive I tend to get air stuck in my feet as these are above my torso, it’s not a major issue at the moment as just break trim to dump, but the ascent isn’t as controlled as I’d like with this method, especially dealing with reeling in a DSMB etc. I’ve been pondering changing my drysuit boots to either socks and rock boots or the “turbo” style boots that otter sell, and having the legs on my suit tapered slightly, as they’re a tad baggy from the knees down. It’s a made to measure neo suit, but I think in order for to attach to the boots to the suit this section of the suit had to be a bit wider than my lower legs in order to fit. Bit of context to my diving - twin 12 concave euros, 2kg tail weight, jet fins, only take squeeze off with suit etc. I even have a 1.5kg block of lead on my crotch strap just above the rear D ring acting as an additional tail weight. My trim is flat and stable with the above, I just find it hard to move the bubble from my feet on ascent in order to dump it. Just wondering what others that have had similar issues have done to rectify the situation. Cheers!