That seems to be the advice from EVERYONE to get the 3/2 infinity suits. We are so eager to get out of this neoprene! But I am sure that a 3/2 will be much different than the 5/4 we have now, we just can't wait to get out of this hood!
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Thread: Spring suits vs. 3/2 full suits
Apr 4, 2008, 02:56 PM
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Over the late spring, summer and early fall, I alternate between a springy, 3/2 and a jacket and boardshorts depending on how hot and humid it is out, winds, time of day, etc. The water temps never really go above the low 70s here (NE), which is why after a couple of years you'll end up with a quiver of wetsuits that will make any well-stocked surf shop jealous.
This time of year gets to be kind of a pain in the rump - when it's 76 out one day and the water is 49. I was practically dying that day in my 4/3, but when I took off my hood (2mm cap) I ended up with brain freeze!
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Mar 31, 2008, 03:34 PM #1ExtremeSpongerChicks Guest
Spring suits vs. 3/2 full suits
We are on the east coast NJ, and are looking to see what the best transition suit is.
We have winter 5/4/3 suits right now. We would love to be able to be out of these by May. We are not looking to purchase several suits, ideally if we can stick to one we have now and 1 more suit to take us through the seasons that would be best.
What do you reccomend for seasons May- Sept?