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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by michael, Jul 31, 2019.
I've done that in the coldest weather. Polypro or thin wool gloves, socks, top, bottom as needed.
I also wear the O'Neill 13 oz polypro top. Adds a lot of warmth. And I usually buy Xcel suits on Steep and Cheap. Might want to check The Clymb site right now because they're doing 20% off site-wide. Worth a look. Or call Patagonia outlets to see if they have suits in your size at deep discounts... and they ship.
a LS rashguard does make getting out of a 5/4 a little more manageable......a little.
I'm between XL and XXL, technically in XL weigh category, but I had such hard time to use my winter XL-sized ws that I purchased XXL. It solved the problem, but it doesn't look good in some areas lol
Extra bouyancy...not a bad thing
Score an 5/4 Xcel Drylock on The Clymb today only if they have your size...
Agree. Used from CL or otherwise, hill is not worth the climb. There are so many screaming deals online not worth it to buy someone else's piss sponge. The only ones that are rarely discounted are Patagonia.
The chore, as was mentioned is getting it off when your tired. Outdoor shower would be ideal... lots of space but it's shut off for winter, so it's the wrestling match in the bathroom shower.
Rather than starting a whole new wetsuit anxiety thread for something insignificant I figured I’d ask here.
Back of the neck rash. What to do for it? How to prevent it?
Got my first taste of 3/2 for the season and my neck is raw !
A rash guard top underneath will probably work. I have the O’Neill poly pro top described above too. Definitely adds warmth to the torso when the air is cold.
Good idea. While I don’t want to add any more steps, a turtle neck rash guard sounds like it’ll do the trick