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Scubadoo
posted : March 14, 2006 Post subject: Drysuit Pockets - Necessary or Not??
Hi,

In the process of buying a new membrane drysuit, I was contemplating ordering pocket/s for leg/s, which one, I don't know either cargo or slimline pocket on leg/s.

Are they any good or are they a burden, does one really use them?

What type of pocket should one get? large or small, cargo standard or large, slimline pocket for knife, etc!

What location should be used? top of leg, side of leg, is there a drag element?

Thanks for all help, Ro.

 
Paul
posted : March 14, 2006 Post subject: Drysuit Pockets - Necessary or Not??
hi I replaced my dry suit with a ndiver membrane with std cargo pocket. dont know how I manage with out befor wish I had one each side, most of the time I carry my dsmb in the pocket easy to get at better than BC pocket if I had two then I would put reel in the other one muck beeter to have items like this stored away (then they dont get hooked up on wreckage etc) Paul

 
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