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    good 4/3?

    I was out last friday in a 3/2 and 3 gloves/boots...needless to say I didnt last long with that wind. I was wondering whats a good 4/3 with hood built in? any help is appreciated

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    At this point go 5/4/3. check out the xcel infiniti drylock 5/4/3. I have about 7 sessions in it so far. I have to say best suit i have ever purchased. light weight. usually making the jump from 3/2 to 4/3 or 5/4 is substantial difference. Not in this suit. Great flex, super warm. I will be rocking this puppy till I throw on my 3/2 in May.

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    built in hood

    The O'neill Mutant has built in hood....but have heard and experienced lots of problems with the knees wearing out on them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankShreds View Post
    At this point go 5/4/3. check out the xcel infiniti drylock 5/4/3.
    Agreed.....

  5. I use a 4/3 all winter long im a little chillie after awhile but you will be fine

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    If you have the cash, definitely go Xcel. If you want to save some bucks, I love my new Hyperflex Flow 5/4/3 - I chose it over a Rip Curl Fireskin 4/3 with a hotskin/hood for winter, and it's been great so far.

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    Oniell mutant and the knee pads are just as good as the psycho series now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedStripe75 View Post
    If you have the cash, definitely go Xcel. If you want to save some bucks, I love my new Hyperflex Flow 5/4/3 - I chose it over a Rip Curl Fireskin 4/3 with a hotskin/hood for winter, and it's been great so far.


    Yeah I have the 5/4/3 Flow and Its great. The price is good too about $224 I got mine for and probally the best hooded suit I have owned