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Old 13 November 2012, 16:41   #21
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Any comments about Palm Aleutian Drysuit ??
Take a look at the Typhoon PS220 extreme, looks a nice peice of kit
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For lightweight one of the Typhoon Alphas or Racers last ok. Not a patch on my Polar Bear though. Had one with no valves and heavy duty boots - great suit.

Beaver will also sell a good suit with no valves.
I think that surface dry suits are a better option for ribbing treerat.

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Old 13 November 2012, 16:49   #24
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I thought that you BS guys would go for the rear zip option
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I think that surface dry suits are a better option for ribbing treerat.

Somebody will come along now and prove me wrong
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One thing to take into account is if you will be going out on your own. A rear zip is almost impossible to zip and open when nature calls and requires someone to open and close for you.
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One thing to take into account is if you will be going out on your own. A rear zip is almost impossible to zip and open when nature calls and requires someone to open and close for you.
No worry s there... the BS Gang like playing with there zips and they sit down for a p*ss

A convenience zip is a good idea though.
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Lol well you can get pee valves in some drysuits, although these won't help those with manginas!
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No worry s there... the BS Gang like playing with there zips and they sit down for a p*ss

A convenience zip is a good idea though.
Pity we can't zip ur feckin lips : D
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Take a look at the Typhoon PS220 extreme, looks a nice peice of kit
Typhoon's the way to go, with proper booted feet for nice thick woolly socks to go with the fleece.
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