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Bib tights - John C. Kirk

Nov. 12th, 2009

02:10 am - Bib tights

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From:dynix
Date:November 12th, 2009 08:25 am (UTC)
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cripes - £350 is a bit steep for a custom swimsuit, though I suppose you would be paying for the 'custom'. Interested to hear tha the service is available though. Side note - paying to get a custom version for amthing made of stretchy material seems a bit strange, but afte rthe fun youre having with bib tights, I can see how you'd be tempted.

Fourth element make some serious objects of desire in the form of neutrally bouyant warm layers that can go under dives suits or be worn on their own for diving somewhere seriously tropical. They make excellent swimsuits (I can personally vouch for this).

The thermocline or exotherm have a hydrophobic outerlayer and micromicrofleece inside. Still expensive (a bit over a hundred quid) but very very nice.

http://www.mikesdivestore.com/168/Fourth-Element-Thermocline-Shell---Mens-Short-Sleeve-Top.html?referrer=froogle&utm_source=google&utm_medium=froogle&utm_campaign=pid168

http://www.mikesdivestore.com/168/Fourth-Element-Thermocline-Shell---Mens-Short-Sleeve-Top.html?referrer=froogle&utm_source=google&utm_medium=froogle&utm_campaign=pid168
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From:sammoore
Date:November 12th, 2009 08:52 am (UTC)
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Likewise Reed Chillcheater stuff sounds similar to what Dynix is describing. It's pretty good as a baselayer for getting wet or to wear on its own as a swimsuit.

http://www.chillcheater.com/

Plus they made Batman's outfits for the films!
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