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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
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    Crystal Coast,N.C.
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    I have a regular SGX.....not the fleece lined xero and wear my 3/2 chest zip with a hooded top underneath all winter. Water in low to mid 40s and air in the teens and was good for a 3hr session before I bailed. The SGX is an excellent suit! The 5/4/3 hooded xero runs $469 at wetsuitwearhouse regular price.

  2. #12
    Is there a lightweight, dry, warm 5/4 for around $450?
    Last edited by Brode; Oct 15, 2012 at 01:10 AM.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    May 2008
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    Long Branch
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    Its all about the drysuits.... Wish this worked for surfing, then I'd have the excuse to buy it. Can't justify it for SUP and Kitesurfing and then have to have a 5 mil for surfing

  4. #14
    Yeah me too

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Brode View Post
    Is there a lightweight, dry, warm 5/4 for around $450?
    Xcel Infiniti Drylock.

  6. #16
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    Monmouth Beach, NJ
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    I pulled the trigger on a new 3/2 this weekend, and I was shocked at the price of some of the Xcel drylocks. There was a 3/2 there for almost $500. Wow... $500 for a 3/2! How warm does it have to be? I'll drop that kinda cash for a winter suit, but for a 3/2?

  7. #17
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
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    S.I.C. NJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by gallerysurfboards View Post
    Second on the Isurus. I have two of their suits. One is the 4/5/4 i-soldier. Lightest 5/4 I've ever worn. The best part is that they they do not absorb water so you stay light in the water. Excellent suits, PRICEY, but worth it.
    I will 3rd on the Isurus suits light,warm, fit me well.

  8. The xcel drylocks arent light and they arent very durable IMO... however they are extremely warm and flexy for a good winter suit. Ive used my two winter season and although its drying out and cracking a bit, it still is warm. I used it with 4 mil gloves and 3 mil boots all winter in rhody the past two years... hopfully giving it a crack in the PNW this winter.