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Picasso BioTermic lining

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Huan

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The biothermic lining used in a lot of freediving suits , serves to make the suit warmer and also has a degree of antibacterial action, with regard to ease of donning it actually seems harder than my normal open cell omer to put on without plenty of soapy water.
 

squinty

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Hey Huan

Huan...you there ! Many triggers around ?....i just read an article about some tosser killing 6 Bass in Wales....why can't these guys just let them go and be content with 1 for the pot eh !
Just got a new 3mm blue (Imersion) camo warm water suit.
 
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