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Postby Komebeaux » Nov 15, 2007 8:17 am

incavenow wrote:Living in TAG, I've found polypro with a pair of cutoffs and kneepads pretty much all I've needed so far. Poly dries fast and I just scronge up another old pair of pants for new cutoffs when the old wear out. This outfit gives me great mobility and warmth. Tho I have to admit on a long stream crawl it can get pretty chilly.

I'm sure it looks great, too. :woohoo:
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Postby bsaul2000 » Dec 3, 2007 2:52 pm

I was always too cheap to buy a caving suit and my girlfriend found me the Petzl SUD on ebay and it changed my caving experience. You can see one at: ... _Suit.html

Since it is a Polyurethane coated nylon fabric, it doesn't hold water and is pretty tough. I find that in rugged caves it protects me from the sharp stone better. Also since it is durable, I can climb better by using more body friction without feeling the pain or pinch I did in jeans and a sweatshirt. I'll still cave without it but I miss it when I do.
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