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    Quote Originally Posted by firewirerider View Post
    ...dont be an asshole like me and sit around watching a swell come and go with your **** in your hand...
    Don't worry. I've been ready for weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneybaloney View Post
    Pulled the trigger on a 6/5/4
    As did I... I Sorry MATT I canceled my Hyperflex order and went with a 6/5/4 O'neill Heat for 300$. I couldn't wait. I am very happy with the new suit it was sooo very warm. I never felt that warm in january before! I lasted 3 hours out there today and could have lasted probably 3 more.

    It sucks that I had to spend 300 bills for a new suit, but its far much warmer than my 5/4 oneill heat. Big difference.

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    hey its all good man its not my money . If it means your out in the water faster so be it . 300 isnt a bad price either. Good luck with the new rubber

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    Quote Originally Posted by MATT JOHNSON View Post
    Yeah Firewirerider. All my suits are Hyperflex and dont let the price fool you they are the best suits I have owned . Ask anyone here or search my posts LOL I like there suits
    I have a hyperflex 4/3 and i got it for 150. i dont know which ones these guys are using but im not a big fan of it. im using a 5/4 oneil mutant and its the best suit ever. Sorry about yours

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    Some of the older lower level suits were crappy. I had a 3/2 with zero superstretch and I hated it. I'm thinking a 4/3 for $150 would have been made from the same material. That said I had a few oneils that were lower level suits that had the same problem, tight, no stretch etc. Before I started buying Hyperflex I tried on a lot of suits, from oneil, ripcurl, billabong, excel. When I tried on one of the better hyperflexes it felt just like the excel and was over $100 cheaper. I took the chance, got more than my money out of it, and now have nothing but Hyperflex suits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rfh1317 View Post
    I have a hyperflex 4/3 and i got it for 150. i dont know which ones these guys are using but im not a big fan of it. im using a 5/4 oneil mutant and its the best suit ever. Sorry about yours
    I usually get Amp or Flow models . I dont know what model you got but hey everyone is entiled to there opinion. It just so happens the way they cut there suits fit me the best .

    Oneil makes a good product. I am rocking there 5mil loster mits and I like them alot

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    Bought my Hyperflex amp off ebay from there location in N.J. for $150.It was a leftover.Great suit.Anyone have thet hyperflex hooded jacket that you throw over your wetsuit after a session?Thinking about getting one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck Dive 26 View Post
    Bought my Hyperflex amp off ebay from there location in N.J. for $150.It was a leftover.Great suit.Anyone have thet hyperflex hooded jacket that you throw over your wetsuit after a session?Thinking about getting one.
    The PLAY'A Jacket . I heard it was good , I talked to a guy who had one and he said its really warm and they Size them on the big side to give ya some extra room for your wetsuit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy View Post
    Some of the older lower level suits were crappy. I had a 3/2 with zero superstretch and I hated it. I'm thinking a 4/3 for $150 would have been made from the same material. That said I had a few oneils that were lower level suits that had the same problem, tight, no stretch etc. Before I started buying Hyperflex I tried on a lot of suits, from oneil, ripcurl, billabong, excel. When I tried on one of the better hyperflexes it felt just like the excel and was over $100 cheaper. I took the chance, got more than my money out of it, and now have nothing but Hyperflex suits.
    i wouldnt call hyperflex a lower level suit just because its cheap (actually inexpensive) and doesnt have as great teams as other companies but their quality is good if not better than the high level suits

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    Ugghh, that's not what I said, I said the older Hyperflex lower level suits. And yes they do have lower, price point products that were and are crap. I have owned 5 of their suits and still own 3 so I understand that they are not all lower level.