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  1. #1
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    XCEL Dryloc Large for SALE!

    Up for sale Xcel DryLoc size Large. Color combo is grey/dark grey camo shoulders. I wore this suit once for a couple of hours. Suit is to small for me (needed an Xlarge). New this suit is over 400 bucks looking to get around $200. I live on the Outer Banks and can email pix. . This suit is ridiculously stretchy and warm! email me banxsurfer@yahoo.com
    Last edited by banxsurfer; Mar 4, 2011 at 04:25 PM. Reason: Update

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    What thickness is this suit

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    ooops sorry the Dryloc is a 3/2 Mens Large

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    ok thnaks, had a freind looking for a 4/3. Sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by banxsurfer View Post
    Up for sale Xcel DryLoc size Large. Color combo is grey/dark grey camo shoulders. I wore this suit once for about an hour. Suit is to small for me (needed an Xlarge). This suit cost me 400 bucks will sac for $200 firm. I live on the Outer Banks and can email pix if so desired. This suit is ridiculously stretchy and warm! email me banxsurfer@yahoo.com
    You spent 400 bucks for a 3/2??? That seems friggin ridiculous ... I've never spent that much for a wetsuit ... even on my winter suit 6/5/4.

    I feel its pretty stupid to spend tons of cash on such a thin suit since the water isn't even that cold when ur rockin the 3/2.. but to each his own

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    I can see not getting sandpaper stitched bottom of the line crap but the neo is so thin that the flex doesnt make as much of a difference. Infinity x-zip or other 300 or 200 dollar 3/2's are still ballin.

    NEVER PAY FULL PRICE

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    Yeah the high end suits are getting spendy. The Xcel Dryloc is top of the line. The 3/2 is as warm as my 4/3 Infiniti X-Zip. If you surf cold water and want flex and warmth then the Dryloc is it...ask around and price them and you will see.