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Thread: Who's in a 4/3

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    Who's in a 4/3

    Anyone out of their winter suits and into a 4/3 yet?

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    4/3 in new jersey... a bit warmer down here.

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    ive been in a 4/3 for two weeks in ny, if ya get a little cold just paddle around.

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    Let me rephrase my question anyone in north of Cape Cod in a 4/3 yet?

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    If you cant surf in a 4 mil now yiur a pusssss I been in one for over two weeks in north jersey and never get cold

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    Water temps in NH and Maine are still low 40s unlike northern Jersey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike hunt View Post
    If you cant surf in a 4 mil now yiur a pusssss I been in one for over two weeks in north jersey and never get cold
    well you're billy bad ass.. but you already know this

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    Been in a 4/3 mutant since March in the Westport/Newport area, not too far from you.

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    Good quality and fit 4/3 your OK now in Mass, couple/few hours. Marathon shesh, I'd stay in your winter...

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    Im going to give the 4/3 a test this weekend. I busted the zipper on my winter suit last weekend. I can still get it to work but its a bit of a hassle. Im thinking with my 4/3 and hooded vest I should be fine. Good to hear other people have gone to 4/3s as well. Im pretty excited to get into a suit via the back and not worry about the chest zip again until next winter.