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Old 01-15-2013, 10:50 AM
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Originally Posted by 501s View Post
A dry suit solves all your problems. When it's really cold and you want to do more then one set, nothing beats a dry suit. When your done your first set you just takes the suit off, throw on a hoodie and slippers and you are good to go. In fact you will probably be hot.

Dry suits take a while to get used too and don't look as cool but I wouldn't trade mine for anything. Plus they can be shared amount the boat.
Not all my problems. The neck seal tight enough to keep out water feels like I'm being choked. Tried on and didn't feel right for the rest of a day. I'll stick with the wetsuit when most of the drysuit owning world has given up the season.

I know many people who love them, just not for me, thanks.
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