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- Joined: Mon Oct 23, 2017 7:44 pm
- Kiting since: 2001
- Local Beach: Newbrighton near Liverpool
- Favorite Beaches: holidays - Flag beach and Matas bay
home - Rhosneigr, New Brighton, Ainsdale, Fleetwood, Newbrough
- Style: improving foiler.
- Gear: Groove Skate 130, naked carbon,gold stripes
101cm Moses Carbon mast
71+90cm Slingshot masts with moses adaptor
Moses- 633 and 683s wing sets
Ozone V4 Reo 6/8/9
Ozone Chrono V3 UL foil kites -15/13/9
Ozone water foil bar,click in
North 2018 click bars with Q power lines
Nobile 50/50 twin tip
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Whatever you decide, it has to be one piece.
maybe I have been using dry suits for more years than many, diving,sailing,water skiing,windsurfing,since 1976, and one piece is crucial,
otherwise you get the 2 halves separating leaving a very cold gap up your back, brrrr!
Thick ones reduce mobility, good for diving.
Medium thick ones are good for dinghy sailing, and water skiing.
Thin ones that stretch a bit are good for Windsurfing, Ttips and Foiling.
I use the gull one piece, thin and stretchy, looks silly if you walk around in it, as it fits like a Lycra one piece.
it was developed for the 2012 sailing Olympics I was told,
brilliant bit of kit, I have 3 of them.
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