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Ice armor cold weather vs Xtreme suit

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anyone see any huge advantages to the X suit besides mabye some insulation?? ohh and the 100 bux difference..

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How much for an Ice Armor suit?

I didn't like how bulky the suit was compared to Arctic Armor.

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the clam makes the ice armor and I believe it's 250 for the cold weather suit ( jacket and bibs) and 350 for the xtreme cold weather suit. the artic armor that floats is over 200 just for the jacket.

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I have Arctic Armor. The whole suit (bibs and coat) is $300.00 at Reel Fishing and Tackle. It's the best.

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Ice armor, it has lots of pockets and padded seat and knees reflection strip for your saftey and not only that it's benn around awhile great investment worth every penny

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I didn't like the Ice Armor because it was so bulky, which made it more difficult to move around in (at least in the store). The Arctic Armor is so light-weight and is set-up to also be used in the spring, summer and fall. I didn't get that feeling with the Ice Armor. Arctic Armor also has padded knees and rear-end, a longer back than front on the coat for wind protection and reflective strips for safety.

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Arctic Armour all the way. Awesome suit!!!

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I have the ice armor. I have been very pleased.

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