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Old 04-19-2004, 11:22 PM
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a farmer john wetsuit. Usually made of 3mm neopreme. Only thing, most have no feet and are shortsleeved. But can be found in long sleeved. We actually used them quite a bit when I whitewatered. Even in colder water/weather. THey actually have booties of neopreme that fit over your feet. But what you could do is use a pair of breathables over the farmer johns. That way you're warm, you'll float, and water proof. Then add whatever you normally wear over it.

Do a websearch for Northwest River Supply or Cascade Outfitters. They have some great prices on gear I mentioned. I used to get a professional discount, so that was a bonus.
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