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    Clothes for winter rides on a jet-ski?

    What is your preferences?
    What are the best brands which produces clothes for winter rides?

    It's realy actual for me, as I live in Russia and the tmerature of water is about 33-37 F.


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    you need a drysuit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lextoy View Post
    you need a drysuit.
    Drysuit - sounds cool. What are the best (reliable) brands?

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    Still crazy after all these beers Mac Daddy Racing's Avatar
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    For us here in MN it's a Snow suit!!! Water is a bit hard now!!

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    Go to page 40 and youll see some of the gear we used to ride last weekend in..Air temp was 35 water was 48 and there were 15 mph winds

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=41986

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs.Snoman View Post
    Go to page 40 and youll see some of the gear we used to ride last weekend in..Air temp was 35 water was 48 and there were 15 mph winds

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=41986
    Those peple on your pictures looks funny!!! There even no snow! We ride when it's snowy... Will post here some pics soon!

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    Check out nrsweb.com they make some decent products. also when you call them you will talk to someone very knowledgable about the product. if not they will connect you to someone that is in the know.

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    V-Tec, 4-Tech that's how I roll meirvin's Avatar
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    I just use some low price snow skiing pants (overhalls)

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    Quote Originally Posted by justcosta View Post
    Those peple on your pictures looks funny!!!
    They may have looked funny but ill guarentee they were warm and dry...I dont know about anybody else but when its that cold i dont care if I look cool or not... Im gonna be warm and dry...PERIOD....

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    Sea Rider by mustang survival suites,jacket and pants, is always a good choice for cold weather conditions the jacket is an intigrated life jacket and you could wear warm clothes under it also.I have both the mustang suit and dry suit also the mustang is actually a much more comfortable ride and warmer if you are not planning pn getting too wet,boattaddict has a picture of him with this suit,i do not use it any more as i hate the cold period.

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