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  1. #21
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    I saw a guy on a beater out in the lineup with trunks tonight, no lie. This was in Maryland, crazy.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy View Post
    I saw a guy on a beater out in the lineup with trunks tonight, no lie. This was in Maryland, crazy.
    Saw the same but dude was on a SUP in 51F water at 7pm. He didn't stay out long. Looked stoked though.

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy View Post
    I saw a guy on a beater out in the lineup with trunks tonight, no lie. This was in Maryland, crazy.
    Zippy, I was going in as he was coming out...aimdsp...iam not sure what the odds are of another person going out with a beater in md with trunks. Water was nice but not that nice. Iam losing the boots...don't need them. Gonna hit it tomorrow in am...maybe OC.
    Last edited by mrcoop; May 18, 2014 at 01:25 AM.

  4. #24
    Sounds like another impromtu SI ron day voo in the works!! coop, get the Zipman on the Carver.

  5. #25
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    Oh man that's cool! Wasn't that crazy? The water felt good but not that good.

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    Saw the same but dude was on a SUP in 51F water at 7pm. He didn't stay out long. Looked stoked though.
    I don't get how this is possible. I felt great in a 4/3 and after getting caught on the wrong side of the sandbar a couple of times I could have run in and switched to a 3/2. But to jump in almost naked takes something I no longer have. There were little kids taking cold showers after being in the water. This with a cold onshore wind and a setting sun for gods sake.

  7. #27
    How this thread has 3 pages I have no idea. Why RI surfer claimed no gloves and 3/2 is fine then when on to ask if a 3/2 would cut it, I have no idea.

    The water is 52 degrees, which is still technically hypothermic, a 3/2 will be fine if you can handle being cold. Don't be stupid, know your boundaries.

    I surfed a 3/2 last week, today I put the 5mil back on to be warmers, I was hot as **** and will be only using the 3/2 from here on out.

  8. #28
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    Belmar definitely was not expecting it

  9. #29
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    I surfed yesterday in a 3/2, and the day before in a 4/3. The difference in maneuverability in the 3/2 was incredible, but I definitely got cold.

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    usually the water is a little warmer than low 50s this time of year but after a brutal winter its taking a lot longer.I don't see me trunkin it til early july.im in a 4/3 now with 5mil boots which is great,a 3/2 would surely cut my sesh in half being so cold.my 3/2 is pretty old,i rarely use it because when u can wear a 3/2 u can trunk it.maybe the newer ones are better,my 3/2 is atleast 6 yrs old and its still in a bag in my trunk from last summer.I don't care much for the 3/2 ,my winter suits are kept in good condition.im skinny so the cold water needs a few mil of rubber for me to deal wit