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Topic: wetsuit for surfing in august

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stef

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wetsuit for surfing in august

« on: May 04 2009 09:05:00 »

hi, i'm a french surfer and i'll surf in ireland in august
i'm planning to go to bundoran area and to the northwest coast
is a good 3/2 wetsuit and boots are ok, or should i need to also bring a 4/3
(weight matters for the flight)
thanks

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Steve

RE: wetsuit for surfing in august

« Reply #2 on: May 05 2009 02:05:00 »

Hi, i think you will be better with a 4/3. If the weather is hot then a 3/2 is okay, even a shorty wetsuit. But the weather in ireland can change quickly. In a 4/3 you will be nice and warm in all types of weather and will be able to stay in the water longer and be more comfortable.

I have a 5/4 and i wear this in summer also and i love it as i am really hot in the water. For me this is better than being too cold. Hope you get good waves, the nw is the best


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