Yessir, that is correct. Ty came by to talk about the new vintage equipment introduction classes Im doing and showed me photos of a prototype he had made, he was thinking about getting into wetsuits again. So, I guess Im going to be the guinea pig on this one.
DRW, Dave is right. I’m working on reintroducing wetsuits back to the line. They feature a classic high waisted pant, and beavertail jacket with metal twist-locks. They can be built two ways, with either the smooth skin on the outside and nylon on the inside, or skin-in and nylon-out. Black will be the first offering, but if they’re well received then I might introduce other colors if the colored neoprene can be sourced.
Ron, right now the plan is to only do 3mm and 5mm. If you need more thermal protection than that, have you considered one of our vintage/retro drysuits?Ron wrote: ↑Tue Apr 23, 2019 9:02 pmIf I can buy one of these skin in with nylon out, 7mm, with some higher density neoprene that doesn't crush and freeze me at 35 feet, then I'm all over this.
I would like a great cold water suit. Right now I only dive vintage in the summer because it's so cold in Puget Sound the other times of the year.
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