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  1. #11

    For sale: 6'0 x 18" x 2 1/8"

    Looking to get rid of this custom made board. Great condition. Pro box fin system (fits FCS fins). Works great in waves waist high and bigger, board is in great shape, has pressure dings but nothing major. Asking for $215 but willing to negotiate. Located in Salisbury, MD. Email if interested. Those pictures are from 2009, I surfed the board for about a year and a half.
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  2. #12
    Thanks for the insight guys, I think I'm gonna go with a full on shorty verses a full arm or leg spring suit. I think for my uses it'll be best. Maybe I'll regret it, but I think I'll be happy with it. Right now its a toss up for me between the Oneill Hammer http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/page/WW/2288 and the Quiksilver Syncro http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/page/WW/SA255MF Any thoughts?

  3. #13
    I have the synchro in the short john. I like it a lot-- total freedom of arm movement, stretchy neoprene, no rashing at all. Check out Zappos-- they have a few wetsuits (including the Synchros) and it is free return shipping if you don't like it.

  4. #14
    Rip Curl E Bomb Pro. The extra stretchy material is unbelievable. Just make sure you take good care of it, as its built for infrequent use during heats, not repeated use by a typical surfer on a day in/day out basis. The 3/2 E bomb fullsuit is the same, unbelievably flexible, warm, but make sure you rinse it and hang it after every use. Both are absolutely worth the extra $$$$.

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantLee View Post
    Thanks for the insight guys, I think I'm gonna go with a full on shorty verses a full arm or leg spring suit. I think for my uses it'll be best. Maybe I'll regret it, but I think I'll be happy with it. Right now its a toss up for me between the Oneill Hammer http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/page/WW/2288 and the Quiksilver Syncro http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/page/WW/SA255MF Any thoughts?
    I’ve got a 2:1 O’neill Hammer short sleeve that I’ve had since about aught-6 and a 2:1 O’neill Hammer long sleeve that I bought on a trip back in '09. The long sleeve is in great shape, the short sleeve is usable, no rips; but the velcro tab at the neck has almost completely come off and the zipper has a tendency to slip. I need to take it a wetsuit repair joint down the road and have them fix the velcro tab. Also, on both of them, the little key pocket in the back has just completely gotten shredded. Other than that, solid suits. I remember when O'neills used to be made in the U.S., damn shame they're not anymore.