November 2013

Cleanlinesurf.com November 2013 Newsletter

In This Issue

• Black Friday Sale

• Patagonia R4 Review

• Patagonia R3 Review

• Flash Bomb Review

• O’Neill Pyrotech Review

Gifts for Surfers

20 Awesome and Affordable Gift Ideas from the Blog.

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Black Friday to Cyber Monday Sale

Our biggest sale of the year is just around the corner! Shop the largest selection of Wetsuits on the web, plus tons of other surf gear including Fins, Traction, Leashes, Sunglasses, Watches, and more!

For full details click HERE.

Happy Holidays,

The Cleanline Crew

Patagonia R3 and R4 Wetsuit Reviews

Fresh from the blog, Josh and Matt have handed in their reviews of the R3 and R4 Wetsuits respectively. Both agree the new suits are substantially lighter and more flexible.

Check out Josh’s Patagonia R3 Review HERE.

Check out Matt’s Patagonia R4 Review HERE.

 

Rip Curl Flash Bomb Wetsuit Review – The Best Really Did Get Better

For Fall 2013 Rip Curl has brought the new and improved E4 Neoprene into their entire wetsuit line, including the two time SIMA Award winning Flash Bomb Wetsuit. This suit is available in four thicknesses covering water temperatures in the low 40′s up to the mid 60′s. Continue reading 

 

O’Neill Pyrotech Wetsuit Review

Technobutter Neoprene is the by far the best thing I have seen from the wetsuit industry this year. I’m waiting for this suit(or the Psycho 3) to win wetsuit of the year. It’s funny because I haven’t heard a lot of hype behind it, but it’s awesome. For the past few weeks I have been wearing the Fall 2013 Pyrotech 5.5/4 Hooded Wetsuit, and it honestly is so lightweight and flexible it feels like a 4/3. Being a tall and lean guy(5’11″ 157lbs) I fit the O’Neill suits perfect. I’m wearing a size small because this thing is that flexible. It pretty much feels like a second skin, and is extremely comfortable.

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