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Old 24 August 2010, 06:52   #31
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These are pretty good

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I use musto jacket and over trousers, which are OK, but no more. If I know that I am going in then it is an O3 compressed neoprene drysuit
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Old 24 August 2010, 12:58   #33
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Fantastic feedback after only couple of days - answers from cheap to new mortgage required - although found Musto stuff cheap at the Musto outlet shop, going back for better look later.

Going down the route of a cheap all in one suit and two expensive 2 piece suit for other occasions.

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Old 24 August 2010, 13:26   #34
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Fantastic feedback after only couple of days - answers from cheap to new mortgage required - although found Musto stuff cheap at the Musto outlet shop, going back for better look later.

Going down the route of a cheap all in one suit and two expensive 2 piece suit for other occasions.

Thanks for ideas and suggestions.

Mike
I use a suit from these guys http://www.polarbearsq.com/rec-front.asp?CatID=78 or shorts and tee shirt.

I hate being soggy more than being totally wet, I then just change the undersuit to match the weather.
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