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Old 17 May 2011, 01:49   #1
Country: UK - Scotland
Town: Callander
Boat name: t-rrifc
Make: Ring Powercraft
Length: 5m +
Engine: Outboard
Join Date: May 2011
Posts: 1
Gul Enforcer Drysuit

I bought this a couple of months ago and finally got around to trying it on last week only to find its a bit on the tight side. It was bought for general boating rather than dedicated ski use, thats why it has the webbing footstraps fitted (stops the suit riding up)

Its never been used, tried on once (hence the powder) now its just taking up room in the cupboard.

Size is XL.

I paid £290 for it but willing to sell for £200 just to get rid of it.

The blurb from the website reads:
Made of GCX3 breathable, waterproof, hardwearing 3 layer fabric, whilst still being 100% waterproof, heat taped seams, with Dynat Brass waterproof Back Zip , Glideskin neck and cuff seals for extra comfort, Adjustable neoprene outer cuffs with easy-grab hook and loop cuff adjusters. Latex ankle seals, with neoprene outer ankles with webbing foot strap. Articulated arms and knees, Elasticated waist, Has one thigh pocket with drainer for secure storage
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