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Why are most suits made from 2 pieces, not one?

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perceval

perceval

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I usually do my business right after morning coffee and I'm good for the day! :D

Good idea about combining lycra bottom and neoprene top, according to water temps.

I'd love to try the Thermocline stuff, but there's nothing around here to see or try, so it would be a gamble.

Talking about gambles... if an open cell suit is so hard to put and needs some form of lubrication to get in, how do you guys try a suit at the store to make sure it fits well????
 
marco15499

marco15499

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Backwards. The lycra side to your body. And it is not hard to put on. Needs lubrication. As other things in life...
 
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