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question about polosubs Thermocell material

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You take my breath away!
Sep 16, 2003
I am on the way to order a 3,5mm Polosub camou suit to use for open water spearfishing in Greece this sommer.
Until now I know only Elios and Elios materials but the camou loock of the PoloSub ist exelent.
shaneshac have help me to find some infos about PoloSUB

Becauce in Greece is not so cold I was thinking that I maybe go with Thermocell or elastic black jersey inside to slip the soaping with open cell.

PoloSub say that the thermocell is easy to wear without water
and that it is a painting on open cell.
About elastic black jersey inside they say that it is very robust but and elastic

Have somebody experience with this meterial that PoloSub have?

Thanks MotionSync

Have you heard of Marea suits? Top quality made to measure just like elios. Theyve got a material called thermometal for inside lining which I suspect is something like the metalite cressi uses but stickier - still no shampoo! Only negative thing is price...ouch.

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