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  1. #41
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy View Post
    One of the main reasons that wetsuits are used is to stay warm. Black is the best color to achieve that goal. Any other color takes away some level of warmth and to me makes a suit less practical. Not only that but light colors get dirty
    dirty? wow. wintertime is serious business. with strong offshores lately i'm thinking roy stuart orange colored wetsuits are the deal. maybe with marine grade reflective tape. and a rescue strobe strapped to my calf. sometimes bright colors have a function and black makes you bait.

  2. #42
    The male of the species is often more colourful.

  3. #43
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Crystal Coast,N.C.
    The sickest wetsuits ever!
    I'm dribbling on this suits!<br />Built with one of the tops neoprene, ultra light and warmer and with a sick design...<br /><br />I present to you, JANGA!<br /><br />Some awesome pictures, more info on <br />!/pages/JA...96732453705315<br /><br /><br /><br /

    I smell a company Rep............

  4. #44
    he has poor grammar if hes a rep,please dont make me look at those ever again!

  5. #45
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Virginia Beach
    i understand the black argument for the wetsuits. its a scientific fact that warm is the blackest color. Absorption color spectrum and all that. has anyone considered he might only be wearing them when the water is warm enough for a 3/2 only? cmon guys. surfing is art. dont ruin people's creativity or it will stagnate and then you will all be complaining that it happened. stop giving this guy crap for a being different. Xcel makes a blue and white comp suit and i bet if he had said Xcel, half this argument wouldnt even be happening.

    ulissis, please post pictures and give us an update when you get it and break it in. Personally i would at least like to try one. I think they look sweet. Have a good one

  6. #46
    wow. dig up my webbed gloves and my devo cassette.