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soundoftheseagull
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PEAK COMBI SHORT^

Post by soundoftheseagull » Sun Apr 15, 2007 10:23 pm

Anyone with a Peak Combi short?
With the summer approaching I like the idea of short sleeves with an option of the neoprene sleeves although not completely convinced at £125
Dave

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Post by freddie » Sun Apr 15, 2007 11:45 pm

I have a Combi short cagdeck, and I love it, the neoprene neck seal manages to keep all the water out, and the sleeves are nice too for when it's warm, but the waters cold. The build of the cag is pretty good, it's nice and light, but I would advise trying one on before you buy as they can be very tight round the shoulders for some people.

Mine is loosing its waterproofness at the moment, but that is after about 6 months of use 3-4 times a week without getting dryed inbetween, which I think isn't too bad.

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Post by Bhoyo » Mon Apr 16, 2007 8:06 am

Have a look at the peak website, I managed to pick one up for £50 including the sleeves and postage. They only have limited size though.

As for its use, I would recomend it, albeit I have not used the sleeves yet.

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Peak short sleave cag

Post by waltfos » Mon Apr 16, 2007 12:55 pm

Yip can recommend them

Had mine on Saturday crossing to Ailsa Craig and circumnavigation the island and wee donder to the castle to [Donder without cag]

Weather was great but remember the suntan cream on the arms too.

Had it also on last year playing in surf was fun wet but cag kept me dry, folds up small to if you wanted to take it along if weather forecast stating warm waether in afternoon next day etc.

Had mine for two years now and the arm and neck seals have tightening starps too, very comfortable and keep you dry as well

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Thanks

Post by soundoftheseagull » Tue Apr 17, 2007 11:26 am

Ta

Thanks for the response appreciated.
Also found the bargain section on PEAK
Dave

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