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Topic Title: Wetsuits, XLS (and a Matuse XXLS), 2 to 5 mm, and DaFin swim fins, L. (photo re-linked)
Topic Summary: Matuse's need homes. Pay shipping and I'll send.
Created On: 11/18/2021 08:23 PM
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    First, the fins. I've mostly moved from DaFin (L) to Yucca, first L and now finding XL mostly a better idea, so I can pass along 2 or 3 pair in L.
    Over the past year or so, I've upgraded wetsuits to change from chest to back entry--there was loss of mobility in both shoulders. They've not quite as good as before rotator cuff damage, though surgery was very helpful.
    I'm now relying on backzips from Feral (made a good impression by sponsoring at the Florida Film Festival) and O'Neill. Just picked up a 5/4 suit with an extremely wide and easy front entry from Hotline. Tried a DaKine no-zip entry and was surprised at how well it fit, but their suits seem kind of heavy for their thickness. Too much carpeting inside? Now to visit some cold water. I used to live in Oregon.
    Being a packrat, I have XLS chest zips from 2 to 5 mm from Hurley (they had clearance sales), also Matuse from 2 to 5 mm, Rip Curl, Hyperflex (a non-allergenic suit), XCEL. I'm pretty sure I need some of them around in case of weight loss and better arm mobility, but otherwise, the rack needs to be reduced.
    Original prices go from $400 to $140 or so. My objective is to not feed the landfill. Suggestions for a beach-oriented thrift shop would be welcome.
    A 4/3 XLS F-bomb from Rip Curl, excellent if you don't mind a carpeted interior. Sizing is a bit different from most others: height 5'11-6'1.
    I live in Vero Beach. I visit Brevard.
    PM me and I'll set up messaging and/or email. Can photograph anything.

Edited: 02/18/2022 at 11:25 AM by ww
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