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User opinions on Bare CT-200 Undies

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Amphibious

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anyone use this kit? I dive a Bare Trilam HD and am looking for a new set of undies. year round pacific northwest diving, and a fair bit of ice. Mostly air inlflation, but as soon as a find a reliable source I'm back to Argon.
 

Jon

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I haven't tried those but I've owned a set of Weezle wear and another set of DUI C4 thinsulate. The DUI stuff is over 10 years old and still keeps me warm. The Weezle stuff was ok, but I sold them and decided to keep the C4.

I've also owned lots of sets of fleece and a couple of sets of the gumby underwear from Viking- none of which are anywhere near as warm as the Weezle or the C4.

Jon
 
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