As you're kiting in cold weather, tight over baggy. It's much, much warmer. I learnt this the hard way by getting thick, cheap ill-fitting suits for years. If it's easy to get into, you're in the wrong suit. For perspective, my cheap 5/4 was much colder and restrictive than my tight insulated mid-range 3/2. Never again.
Isuse, 194 visok i 74 kile?pb wrote: ↑Mon Apr 25, 2022 9:54 pmso i got my hands on ISURUS TI EVADE 4.3 hooded, chest zip winter wetsuit.
that is size for tall-slim people and not many manufacturers (if any except ISURUS) produce that size.
got it from fellow forum user nixmatters
suit is barely used.
he shipped it from Germany to me in Croatia for really more then fair price.
so, due to my unusual build, (tall and very slim) i didnt expect suit to fit so damn well, because more or less nothing fits me well.
this suit did, it's like second skin, it is very comfy and very very stretchy despite being thick winter suit, movement is not restricted at all.
looks like ISURUS is really true to their size chart:
https://surfisurus.com/products/ti-evad ... ed-wetsuit
it is made from Yamamoto Neoprene made in Japan, that gives it that stretchy-ness.
it also have some special thermal lining that Yamamoto makes they call it "Titanium lining"
couple of minutes in suit made me sweat like pig, temps here in Croatia are already over 17C / 63F during day.
can't wait colder days to try this suit in its natural enviroment.
my "specs" are
height: 194cm | 6'4''
weight: 74kg | 163lbs
chest: 94cm | 37''
once again thanks nix.
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