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  1. Thread: new wetsuit

    by Bayztreet
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    I had a regular (not pro) e-bomb 4/3 chest zip...

    I had a regular (not pro) e-bomb 4/3 chest zip for a few seasons. As far as warmth, it was okay but not exceedingly toasty as my winter suit in southern california (mid-50s water), except it doesn't...
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    Thanks for the response.

    Thanks for the response.
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    O'Neill RG8, 2012-2013 model

    Has anyone used the current year's O'Neill Psycho RG8 wetsuit, specifically the 4/3 ? Do you find that the neoprene absorbs a lot of water and gets heavy? Or does it seem comparable to other 4/3...
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    Looks like a warm and good suit, but like the...

    Looks like a warm and good suit, but like the other folks said, you can't know size for sure til you try it on, due to variations between brands. Even if you mail-order it you can return it. Also,...
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    I'm not that familiar with women's suits, but for...

    I'm not that familiar with women's suits, but for the under-$200 price you have to look at the Roxy Syncro 4/3. Roxy is the women's brand of Quiksilver, and in the Syncro they use the very stretchy...
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    As others here have said, it's not exactly the...

    As others here have said, it's not exactly the same to add layers rather than getting a warmer/thicker suit, but if layering around your 3/2 keeps you warm and isn't constricting, great, enjoy your...
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