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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
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    Go diving and see if you get cold.
    Well yeah thats really the point of the question, but I see your point nonetheless

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    Quote Originally Posted by James 1976 View Post
    Well yeah thats really the point of the question, but I see your point nonetheless
    It's so massively personal that nobody can give you an answer other than to share their own experiences, I wear the same gear year round but the dives get shorter. I know other people who are fat and really struggle with the cold, some skinny ones who struggle with it, some people somewhere in the middle who are always freezing and others who seem to be immune to cold and don't even wear gloves in january.

    So you just have to find out for your self.

    Take plenty dry gear to the dive with you and a flask of tea. Getting cold between dives makes it all a bit miserable.


 
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