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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-08-2019, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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Noob question: full body suit or t-shirt + pants for stand-up jet?

HI all!

I'm coming back to the PWC world after 10 yrs with a clean FX-1!! I've always ridden with a short sleeves full body wet suit. However i remember it being annoying when you use it at the beach, getting in and out.

I'm looking to buy a separate neoprene long sleeve t-shirt + neoprene pants, would you recommend this for riding a stand-up jet?

Thanks in advance, can't wait for the weekend, i'm going to be drinking a whole lot of river water :PP
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-16-2019, 06:44 PM
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What you need to look at is that at times when you fall off the Ski, you will be behind the Ski getting dragged up to a speed that you can pull yourself up and onto the deck, if your pants are not tight fitting the water can get under the waistband and pull them down or fill them with water.
It really depends on your fitness and girth, I found a short sleeves and short legs full body the best, every time I used shorts, I ended up Mooning those behind me if your shorts don't float you may end up going back to shore half naked
I have seen people use the top and shorts but they were younger slim and trim boys, I am sure there are Men that use the shorts as well and yes getting into the body suit can be a pain in the butt at first, once it's been worn a few times and you get a little fitter it will be easier to get on and off
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