Winter suits..... anticipation

cuda

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Aug 23, 2007
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Vo Dielun. AKA Rhode Island
check out Feral. no nonsense quality. Their 3mm hooded is great fall and spring up here.
For deep winter warmth, quality, least restrictive range of motion + marketing nonsense (werdz) the O'Neill Psycho Tech is as good as it gets.
 

West81

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Jun 28, 2021
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Hollandia
If there were available here I would consider parting with €750 for a new Matuse Tumo

Mine has been going strong for 4 seasons now

Although I must admit I have applied some extra glue on some of the seals
 

zalfa

Active Member
May 19, 2018
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NE
Anyone have a good experience with one of these lately :


First new winter suit in a long time.. looking for options.
Love my feral 3/2 but something leads me to believe a 5/4 from them won’t be the best for NE winters..
 

Skegg

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Oct 7, 2021
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Maine
Anyone have a good experience with one of these lately :


First new winter suit in a long time.. looking for options.
Love my feral 3/2 but something leads me to believe a 5/4 from them won’t be the best for NE winters..
I have a Dante 4/3 that I really like, my partner does too. Hopefully they've improved their hoods, because the hood on my old Tumo was horrible.

As for Feral, I'd expect their 5/4 to be just as warm. My Feral 3mm+ was adequate into mid November last year.
 

Proper_Mode

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Jan 8, 2016
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USA California
I had a Dante 4/3 and it was one of the hardest suits for me to get out of. The Feral rubber feels very nice. Just got a billabong furnace otherwise would pony up for feral
 

Outside

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Dec 12, 2021
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Garden City, NY
I had posted some 4/3 and 5/4/3 hooded and hoodless suits for sale, for those looking to save a few hundred dollars on some new and gently used Billabong and Excel suits. Just saying.....
 




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