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harvey lee

Ice Armor suit--SOLD

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I have a Ice Armor suit for sale. This is the gray & black suit with the 2 jackets for the top. The suit is the one I'm wearing in my avatar. You can see I'm wearing the inside coat and the other outside coat is not on.

1 year old

sixe 2xl

I repaired a small hole in each jacket and it was repaired with material from Clam corp. This suit is very warm and in excellent shape.

If your looking for a real nice ice fishing suit or for any other outdoor activity, this will be a suit for you.

Shipping not included

Price $225.00

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Throw in the Nils you keep braggin' about, and you got a deal wink.gif

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I could do that if you are willing to throw in another $500.00. smile.gif

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I'll Pass then Harvey, Merry Christmas anyway.

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Great suit and they are currently selling for $350, the 2 piece jacket is real slick!

Good deal for sure.

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what is the reason for selling it? Time to upgrade? One of my buddy's is looking for a suit, we were on our way up to mill lacs yesterday and stopped at the bait store and they had my vexilar coat for only 80 bucks! That was for a 2xl too. I really do like the two coats though, gives you more warmth and more options.

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I have 3 fishing suits and really dont need them all. This is the gray suit and not the less expensive blue job that they sell. As I said above, this is the two jacket top which I dont believe you can buy anymore.

To show you how warm this suit is, the picture in my avatar is from last winter fishing lake trout on Burntside by Ely at the Bash. It was very cold that day and all I was wearing as you can see was the inside jacket. It was well below zero that weekend. Also very windy.

This of course is for the 2 coats and the bibs.

Its warm.

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I took that photo and it was ~10 below zero!! That is the top of the line Ice armor. Correct me if I'm wrong HL, but doesn't the top of the bibs zip off to offer a pants option too.

It is a very versatile suit with many configurations.....and quite the steal.

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You are correct about the bibs. You can detatch the top part and wear them as pants. This suit is very versatile.

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If someone makes me a good offer, they may just own them.

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How tall are you HL?

I'm interested...but my size is XL. I'm 6'3" and weigh about 185. I definitely like the versatility.

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I'm 6'3

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Is this one of the models that you will float in if you fall in?

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NO, that would be an Artic Armor suit. This is a Ice Armor, very warm but will not float.

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Hello HL

Just a couple more questions...do either of the jackets have a hood? It's hard to tell from your picture but do the bibs have the padded knees and rear? How old are the coat and bibs?

I really get tired of wearing jeans with long underwear and about 3 or 4 sweatshirts while ice fishing! lol I'd really like something like this. How is this suite different from the Blue suite they sell? You believe the gray is better?

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Yes, there is a hood on the outside jacket. The bibs have padding on the kness and the rear end. The suit was new last year in November.

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Iam 6'1 235 do you think this suit would fit me? thanks..

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From Harvey:

It will fit perfect!

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is it still for sale ?

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I believe so. Have been thinking about keeping it but yes, one can still buy it.

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No one needs a good suit ? Make me an offer I cannot say no too.

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I would love to take it off your back. A little big for me though.

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175 cash

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is this still for sale or not

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