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    FS: Dry suit

    O'Neill neoprene dry suit.

    Very good condition. I used it for water skiing, but i suppose it can be used for kayaking as well.

    I'm 5 ft 8 and it fits well, but it will fit someone taller as well.

    Seals in perfect condition.
    It was stored in a vacuum bag, away from sun

    $200

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    You sure that isnít a wet suit?


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    Probably should include some details like size, thickness, how many times peed in, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNW-skier78 View Post
    You sure that isnít a wet suit?


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    That's definitely a dry suit.

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    Try a wakeboard forum or maybe eBay.
    Lots of youngsters looking this time of year.

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    Most assuredly not a dry suit


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    It’s a wet dry suit.

    Never understood them. The point is they don’t flush water down your neck hole.
    And they also work better than a baggy for surfing.


    But at that point I prefer a kokatat dry suit with feet built in. That way you wear fleece top and bottoms and socks and it’s warm and toasty. Until it rips and you drown.
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    It is a dry suit. The seals at feet, hands and neck keep all the water out and you stay dry inside. I wear neoprene booties when i water ski.

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    I have an old scuba drysuit that I use for rafting... it is also neoprene at the arm and neck cuffs but totally waterproof.

    They do exist.

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    Bump

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    Bump, price reduced to 150.

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    I can see the waterproof metal zipper which indicates it is a dry suit for surfing or waterskiing but its not a dry suit for rafting kayaking SWR

    I am a drysuit tech so I fix about 100 of the baggy type for kayaking/ rafting/ SWR every year, the same suits that will likely kill coreshot

    I have no experiance with this type of suit but neoprene arms and neoprene in general are constrictive for paddle movement, it makes it hard to get in a boat, also kayaking you want a water proofer tunnel that mates the suit to the spray deck so nobody uses these

    I agree its probably the rong forum to sell this piece
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