@Ocean Rodeo: Come on guys, who do you think you are fooling by hanging on to that "if you are in a wetsuit more than 3mm, you need a drysuit - and that is the truth"-thing??
Here in Denmark, a majority of kiters use drysuits in winter, but for the warmer part of the year the standard seems to be a 5/3mm wetsuit (that most would call a wintersuit).
What I am saying is: I look around, and the reality is that people here own drysuits AND warm wetsuits. If your statement about what is "THE TRUTH" was to rise above the level of marketing hype, it would imply that everybody here used their drysuits all year. Guess what: They donÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â´t.
As soon as we are comfortable doing so, we put on our comfy closed-seam 5/3 suits, and we love them.
DonÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â´t get me wrong OceanRodeo, I think you make a great product, but that is exactly why I am put off by your stubborn claim about "more than 3mm". It just seems plain silly, and in my eyes it lowers the value of what else you communicate about your products.
(I use a Pyro in winter and a Oneill Psycho2 5/3 wintersuit in summer. And if summer goes crazy I even have a shorty