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Q:The sizing chart shows this wetsuit available in a 3XL but when I choose size it only shows to 2XL. Do you have any 3XL's available?Asked on 8/27/2009 by Bigcatpt from Salt Lake City, Utah
A:3xl was available but we are sold out of that size. The website will only give you the sizes that are still in stockAnswered on 9/3/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTONS TECHNICIAN
Q:I am 5-6" and 154 #. Should I go with the S or the M?Asked on 7/17/2009 by Kenny from Columbia, MO
A:MAnswered on 7/24/2009 by Ike from Overtons
Q:What is the difference between a wetsuit and drysuit? I live in iowa and want to go wakeboarding but the water is only 46 degrees which is going to be better?Asked on 5/7/2009 by Chad
A:A wetsuit lets water into the suit, so you get wet (hence the name "wetsuit"). Once your body warms the small amount of water in the suit, you will be comfortable because the suit keeps the water from circulating around you, and the neoprene keeps you warm. A dry suit is made of water-proof material has tighter cuffs on the wrist, ankles, and neck to keep all of the water out, and you never get wet besides your hands, feet, and face (hence the name "drysuit"). You can wear a sweatshirt and sweatpants under the drysuit if you wanted to stay warm.
46 degree water is awefully cold... I'd want a drysuit for that, but you could get away with a really thick wetsuit (7mm). You're probably best off getting a drysuit for those conditions.Answered on 5/13/2009 by Dango from Flagstaff, AZ