wtf man really... i cant even believe im reading this. i mean if you've been using 6/4 all winter(i ment 6/5) i think you would know when to tone it down, dont be a ***** get a little cold you wont die..
Last edited by sandblasters; May 9, 2014 at 11:50 PM.
seriously...i used a 5/3 all winter in Maine (due to lack of funds to purchase a proper winter suit) and was able to stay out for 2 hours (or more) at a time...even in 2* air and 36* water with 20-30 mph offshores (though i almost got towed and had to get out early on that one).
SO, i'd suggest the 4/3 or possibly less depending on air temp/sun exposure, or your gonna bake and get out early 'cause your so thirsty from sweating/dehydration