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    2x 2004 Seadoo RXP. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. wisconsin_quat's Avatar
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    Can someone recommend a good wetsuit for approx 45* water? *8)

    Too many choices out there!

    I'm looking for something that will keep me warm in 45* water. The air temp will range about 50*... summer should be around 80-90* but i want to get out on the water asap...

    I've been looking at this website and they just have too many to chose from.

    I'm looking for a good value play.

    http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/wets...iing-wetsuits/


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    Quote Originally Posted by wisconsin_quat View Post
    Too many choices out there!

    I'm looking for something that will keep me warm in 45* water. The air temp will range about 50*... summer should be around 80-90* but i want to get out on the water asap...

    I've been looking at this website and they just have too many to chose from.

    I'm looking for a good value play.

    http://www.wetsuitwearhouse.com/wets...iing-wetsuits/
    Sams club has sea-doo spring shorty wetsuits for 29.95 in MD. Not sure about WI. Worth checking into.

    Ed

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    I do not know about you but at those temps I am thinking dry suit.

    I have ridden on 55 degree days in a wet suit and froze my butt off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrunchovXPL-GTX-RX View Post
    I do not know about you but at those temps I am thinking dry suit.

    I have ridden on 55 degree days in a wet suit and froze my butt off.
    I may be agreeable to the above post; check w/a dive shop for recommendations regarding suits and temps. I've done some canyon hiking out west when the air temp was around 95*, but the water was so cold that dry suits were recommended.

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    a regular wetsuit with one the $12 fleece pullovers worked good for me at those temps, just don't get the pullover wet or carry a spare. keeping your feet warm is the big concern, need some good water shoes with thick liners.

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    2x 2004 Seadoo RXP. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. wisconsin_quat's Avatar
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    damn thats a cool avatar

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