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Pink Floyd

Ice fishing/snowmobile suit

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I'm thinking of getting an ice fishing suit that would double as an adequate snowmobile suit. Presently I'm leaning towards the Ice Armor blue suit. Can anyone tell me if that is a good choice or make other reccomendations?

Thanks in advance

Floyd

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Thats a great suit.Another option is artic armour suits.They float you if you fall through the ice.I have heard nothing but good about both suits.I went with the artic armour because its also like wearing a life jacket.Also the black and red suit matches the color of my portable.

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Arctic armor is good for mobiling as well as fishing. Not sure but i believe the AA suit would be lighter than the other one as well. You can still layer with the AA suit as well.

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I would say Artic Armor or the Snosuit has good cold weather gear as well

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I'll recommend Arctic Armor too, I know a lot of guys that use it for ice fishing and for snowmobiling. The light weight, warmth, and floatation are what sold them all on it.

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If you are attending the St. Paul Ice Fishing show the first week end of Dec., you could see all the different suits, try them on and determine which one is the best for you.

Arctic Armor is great for snowmobiling due to it's light weight, warmth and it's wind proof (and if you hit open water, it will keep you afloat).

Joe

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