Peak whitewater one Vs Dam x

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Peak whitewater one Vs Dam x

Post by echopski » Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:48 pm


I've been paddling for a while now and thought I'd bite the bullet and buy a dry suit, I was wondering what are peoples thoughts on the peak whitewater one vs the DAM X 3000 series or the breathable dam x dry suit.

I just missed out on a reduced kotakat :(

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Re: Peak whitewater one Vs Dam x

Post by twopigs » Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:55 am

My Dam X 3000 is still going strong after 11 years ..... okay it needs replacement seals once in a while but Andi has always got the suit back to me within days (usually posted to him Monday, back by Friday). Made to measure! After some discussion Andi added a belt above the hips to stop the suit sliding down when I walk. Okay it is a bit heavier (and possibly warmer) than a peak, but not so you'd notice!

Breathable? I'm not convinced it is necessary unless you're wearing it everyday!
Canoeing - bigger boat, broken paddle, more skill!

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