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    cold weather wetsuit

    looking to get a 4/3 suit for spring and fall riding here in ohio. i want to be warm but not spend buku bucks either. heres a few that caught my eye. btw water temps would be around 50 same with air or warmer

    http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/page/WW/MWFUXF43
    http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/page/WW/XY843MF
    http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/page/WW/IF415MG
    http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/page/WW/SA436MG
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    I hear good things about the Billabong Steamer. For the price it seems it can't be beat. I just picked up an O'Neill Mutant 5/4 with top entry and removable hood. Cost about $350. My lighter suit is an O'Neill Reactor 3/2 that I scored on sale for $60. Out of the above mentioned I'd go with the Billibong in the first link. If you want to drop a little more coin go with the Mutant.

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    i got a body glove wetsuit that i found on leisure pro for 100 bucks....works great

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    Funny I got that $60 O'Neill suit on Lesure Pro too. Think I had to pay tax though since they're based out of NY.

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    I may go with the steamer if you think it will do the job

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    Stuns seems like the last three I posted would be warmer than the billabong.any thoughts on last three

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    O'Neill superfreak is a real nice suit.

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    Ordered super freak in large for 175.00. Hopefully keeps me warm. Waters cold to me unless its 80 outside and 70 degree water

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    Where did you find sizing info. I dont want to order something that i wont fit into. im 6'3" 175lbs

    Water here is unusually cool and were not getting any good weather down the shore. I cant wait another month to get out on the water, was going to post something today but saw yours!

    Im wondering if i should go into a surf shop and get some help with this. I know absolutely nothing about wet suits.

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