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Does anyone know if Aquala is still operating? --AQUALA--
I never see their drysuits anywhere, they haven't answered my email for a long time.
I am planning to buy a new drysuit and requested a couple of pieces of their suit material to see how it compares to Viking etc... but no response.
Their website still works.
Is this a real company still or just a "backyard operation"?
Has anyone ever seen or used their suits?
before anyone asks, the reason why I am considering their product is because they are the only company that seems to do a custom sized rubber drysuit. Great differentiator from the rest of the industry ...IF they can actually make a good product...and if only they would reply to enquiries from potential customers.