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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by leethestud View Post
    Sizing is interesting, iv had a ripcurl suit before and they didnt run small at all. I am looking but i wear a L or XL depending on brand. pics please
    Lee, I have a brand new zipperless Rip Curl 6/5/4 F BOMB size XL for sale for $150.00

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by MATT JOHNSON View Post
    Well first thing you need to get is 5mil boots and 7mil gloves for the rest of the winter. Alot of guys out here started using hyperflex . I was out new years day in OCNJ in my 5/4/3 flow for about 4 hours . I think the 6/5/4 is about $269 if you really wanna go that thick but I think the 5/4/3 will be more than enough for NJ winters
    Yeah I got 6/4 Boots and 6mil seamless mits Im talking about Im freezing now like these past 3 days of this swell other guys were out with no boots or gloves and 3/2's lol today i caught maybe 5 waves and left way to cold

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Scobeyville View Post
    i have a LS 6.5.4 west lotus. USed it maybe 10 times last year. $275 takes it
    ill give u 225 today

  4. #14
    im a super skinny guy and need to be warm to stay in the water in the winter. just purchased a 6/5/4 hyperflex flow. have worn it the last 2 days hood pulled back with 5mm boots and gloves and have been toasty. purchased a LL and it fits the same as my rip curl LL. a little tougher to paddle in but definitely worth the warmth. spent $240 with free shipping online

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by MATT JOHNSON View Post
    Well first thing you need to get is 5mil boots and 7mil gloves for the rest of the winter. Alot of guys out here started using hyperflex . I was out new years day in OCNJ in my 5/4/3 flow for about 4 hours . I think the 6/5/4 is about $269 if you really wanna go that thick but I think the 5/4/3 will be more than enough for NJ winters
    Im also looking at the hyperflex. Will the 5/4 hold up in those nasty February snow storms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ND081 View Post
    Im also looking at the hyperflex. Will the 5/4 hold up in those nasty February snow storms?
    Yeah New years day was the oldest day in CMC last year air was in the teens with the wind lots of guys last 2 hours tops

  7. #17
    Is There a way to delete your threads I went with the 6/5 WL but someone has a Quicksilver: CELL 6/5 for 175 brand new just couldnt get a damn ride up there couldnt wait either considering the forcast the next few days