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    Waves on the way, what suit are you using?

    Been a few since I have last been in the water (Flat) but looks like we are getting some surf this week and next, Whats the water temps like and what suit size are you packing?

    I have a 4/3 and a 5/4/3, thinking its time for the 5/4/3?

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    Where are you surfing? The mid-atlantic is still middle/upper 60's, id stick with a 3/2.

    Next time all you have to do is check out some buoy data.....http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/maps/Southeast.shtml
    Last edited by epidemicepic; Oct 15, 2008 at 01:30 PM.

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    im still wearing a short sleeve 2 mil.. you could easily get away with trunks and a top

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    Yeah, I've been rockin my 3/2 but a springsuit would suffice. Actually been getting a little warm with the fullsuit.

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    shorty this week. Would have been hot in a full 3/2. Waters still like 68!

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    I found a thigh high wave 2 days ago. lol....that must sound lame. But i went in just because i couldn't take it any longer. Mainly just to get wet. But, water was 66 here in NJ not bad.... I trunked it. The air was a little chilly tho.
    Last edited by Aguaholic; Oct 15, 2008 at 03:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJBB View Post
    I have a 4/3 and a 5/4/3, thinking its time for the 5/4/3?
    Are you a 90 year old woman?

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    I've got a 6:4 with hood I can loan ya if you think you might need it,............ah forget it, you'd probably pee in it.

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    you need the suit more for air temp when you sit out of the water then anything. water temp is mad warm

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    weighing in at a solid 142 pounds, yours truly totes a 5/4 in the winter and a 3/2 currently. You must have some solid-ness to you if you can manage a 4/3 year round...but i definitely would steer away from saying that delmarva isn't that cold, or that you can surf in a 4/3 year round!!! BS!! It gets pretty damn cold, unless that's you in the winter coat taking pics when its 17 degrees air temp in the morning while i'm getting shacked.