For Sale O.S. Systems Drysuit (OSS Dry Suit) with dry glove system
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O.S. Systems Drysuit (OSS Dry Suit) with dry glove system
This suit came with a package of things that I bought locally. I have a different drysuit so haven't used this one. I can't find a size listed but from the current size charts would guess it's a Large or XLarge Short. It fits me well and I'm 6'0" and 200# or so. The seals held air when I bent over to check the size and the exhaust valve let the air out normally. The neck seal was snug on my size 16 neck and I would trim it if I kept it. The wrist seals seemed tight enough on my fairly thin wrists. The boots were snug but not uncomfortable on my size 12 to 13 feet with athletic socks on and I would guess that they would work best for size 10-12 with extra socks. The gloves seemed to snap in securely but do show wear around the wrist and one has a patch on it. Overall seems like a decent suit to try drysuit diving. The person that I bought it from was an instructor who had purchased a demo model from the shop he worked for, hence the rental tag on it.