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Neoprene Body Bag with Hood

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Post by Strapples » Tue May 12, 2009 10:40 pm

I really want one badly too! i'd looove it!

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Post by edlemming » Tue May 12, 2009 11:58 pm

Completely agree, think these look absolutely fantastic. Would LOVE to try one out. The perfect wetsuit enclosure...

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Post by wetsuited » Wed May 13, 2009 7:27 am

Hi Gordon......
Have to give this bit of kit full marks...... I treated myself to one from www.665leather.com some time ago and can only say if you love smoothskin wetsuits this sleepsack is absolutley fantastic and well worth the money.
Is an awesome total enclosure feeling in tight smoothskin wetsuit material and made even better by the attached hood.
Mine has a zip from the ass up the back to the top of the head, has internal sleeves (for that added helpless feeling) plus a small front zip for play!!!
If your considering buying one they are not cheap!! (beware it comes from the USA and you will also need to pay import tax on top of the price- i add to pay an additional €70) but thoroughly recommend one for bringing smoothskin material into a sleepsack situation.
you can see pics of mine in my galleries on my recon profile..

www.recon.com/celticrubber

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Re: Neoprene Body Bag with Hood

Post by mark314 » Wed May 13, 2009 5:41 pm

gsvalentine wrote:Image

http://www.665leather.com/page/100/PROD/10017S007/1670

I so what one of these!!!
...looks great! So far, I "only" have a lycra body bag, and I have also spent some time in a leather body bag but neopren would be the perfect material...

Is there a dealer offering these bags in Europe?

Mark

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Post by wetsuited » Wed May 13, 2009 7:36 pm

Hi Mark314,
Not so sure on a European supplier??? There is another Neoprene smoothskin sleepsack offered on the market see link below

http://www.mr-s-leather.com/DK065.html

but again this is a USA supplier

This is obviously a slightly different style and does not have the hood attached but still for anyone loving the wetsuit smoothskin material interest in body bags i think it would be an awesome experience....

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Post by SZ » Wed May 13, 2009 7:52 pm

Possibly th closest thing you would get in the UK to it would be the darlex sleepsack

http://fetteredpleasures.com/product/sl ... dSS28.html

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Post by wetsuited » Wed May 13, 2009 8:01 pm

An interesting alternative....!! love lycra as well....but ya can't beat good old wetsuit smoothskin material!!!

Anyone wanna try mine? they are welcome for a trial.... teehee

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Post by BlondGuppy » Wed May 13, 2009 9:30 pm

would agree with fetteredpleasures... They can design something for you, custom made, needs a deposit. Just scribble something down!

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Post by Paul H » Thu May 14, 2009 11:23 am

This was on my *list* of items to get but i could only afford one at the moment so made the difficult choice of a vac rac instead, but i WILL be getting one of these eventually :D

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Post by mark314 » Thu May 14, 2009 8:59 pm

wetsuited wrote:Hi Mark314,
Not so sure on a European supplier??? There is another Neoprene smoothskin sleepsack offered on the market see link below

http://www.mr-s-leather.com/DK065.html

but again this is a USA supplier

This is obviously a slightly different style and does not have the hood attached but still for anyone loving the wetsuit smoothskin material interest in body bags i think it would be an awesome experience....
Hi!

That sleepsack locks nice, however, I am uncertain if lacing really works with neoprene... you can really get these sleepssacks tight if they are made drom leather (I tried this myself) or from canvas but neoprene?

My problem with suppliers outside Europe is that I don't want to discuss things like the sleepsack with a customs officer guessing what kind of tay he should bill me.

Regards, Mark

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Post by wetsuitlad » Thu May 14, 2009 11:00 pm

This also looks very cool, again it's made of neoprene.

Image
http://www.665leather.com/page/100/PROD/10011S001/4178

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Post by wetsuited » Fri May 15, 2009 8:17 am

mmmm, nice hood Gordon.... I think you are turning into a smoothskin enclosure enthusiast!!!!

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Post by wetsuited » Fri May 15, 2009 8:21 am

[Hi!

That sleepsack locks nice, however, I am uncertain if lacing really works with neoprene... you can really get these sleepssacks tight if they are made drom leather (I tried this myself) or from canvas but neoprene?

My problem with suppliers outside Europe is that I don't want to discuss things like the sleepsack with a customs officer guessing what kind of tay he should bill me.


Hi Mark,
I had to pay the import tax at the post office.... but even more embarrassing it had neoprene body bag written on the box.... i could hav died when i saw it!![/quote]

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Post by Strapples » Fri May 15, 2009 3:25 pm

gsvalentine wrote:This also looks very cool, again it's made of neoprene.

Image
http://www.665leather.com/page/100/PROD/10011S001/4178
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mmm yes indeed i would love that. looks very confining

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