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Re: Windbreakers/Warmth

You sholuld have both. A good set of foulies which breathe as well as differnt wieght water resistant jackets. Layering is way to go. For the wind jackets I would say you can get anywhere, Krei, LL bean, Hewlly Hansem, or even Dicks sporting goods.

For the foulies ( and boots) I would say go get them fitted as every size is different. The best prices for these are usually at the Annapoilis or other boats shows. So if you can wait till Oct...do it. Youll know more what you need then.

BTW most NJ marinas require pull out on Oct 1.

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