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DIY Dry Gloves

Discussion in 'Making your own Gear' started by rob.mwpropane, Dec 10, 2019.

  1. rob.mwpropane

    rob.mwpropane Manta Ray

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    Truth be told (and the reason why wanting to remove rings) I also bought the Antares hard rings to clip the silicone seals in the suit. They were cheap enough so I figured why not. My theory was if I want to switch to a thinner wet glove I could also switch out from the round Ultima rings and go the Antares oval for better movement. I'm not sure if that'll actually become a reality, but that was the plan. It sounded good in theory, but the round Ultimas really aren't all that big to begin with.
     

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