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    Where will the trainers take him for his dives as they may have hire suits he could use rather than buying one.
    May be worth checking.

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    the original post was from June 2018 so I would guess that the dives have been done and the teenager grown a little.

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    Unfortunately, finding good suits for someone with an unusual body shape is difficult, as manufacturers make suits in popular sizes. I faced a similar problem myself when I started wakesurfing. Still, I managed to find a good suit at a reasonable price in an online store. It was really good quality, and I was not cold even when falling in cold water. When I first started surfing, I had a hard time keeping my balance which caused me to spend most of my time in the water.


 
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