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How are surfing booties made?

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mysteriousmonkey29

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Hello, I'm not sure if this is exactly the right forum, so please let me know if there is a more appropriate place to post this question.

I am trying to make modified surfing booties (more puncture resistant than usual) as a project, and am trying to find information on how traditional neoprene type booties are made? I found a lot of websites talking about glues and stitches used for wetsuit construction, and also this how it's made video on wetsuits: but I'm having trouble finding stuff on booties in particular.

Anyone know where I could look?

Thanks!
 

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On one of our trips, my husband and I went on a canoe trip. We liked it so much that when we got home, we took a water rowing course and started spending every weekend at the local reservoir. Our training wetsuits and booties were made by a friend who is a professional seamstress.
 

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On one of our trips, my husband and I went on a canoe trip. We liked it so much that when we got home, we took a water rowing course and started spending every weekend at the local reservoir.
 

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This sport not only strengthens the muscles, but also relaxes, as during rowing waves are created with a wave of the hand. It feels like you're controlling the water. My husband decided to take part in a rowing competition. We ordered one of the best inflatable sup recommended to us by those who have been engaged in canoeing for many years. And our efforts were not in vain, my husband took 3rd place out of 10. I'm very proud of him. Now we are seriously thinking about opening rowing courses for beginners and renting out sup boards. Perhaps in the future, it will become a good business.
 
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