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    Question Catheter and Santi BZ-200/4th Dimension Base Layer

    Hello Everyone,

    So I guess my question is do they come with a cut out or pre-prepared place to cut trough for the catheter hose?

    I suspect that reinforcing and then manually making a hole on the 4th dimension base layer should be fairly simple but I am more worried about the BZ-200 as it's thinsolate based.

    Does anyone know if they are pre made for the tube and if not how have you made your pass troughs?

    Peter

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    Re: Catheter and Santi BZ-200/4th Dimension Base Layer

    I bought a BZ-200 earlier this summer and it has an opening for the catheter just to the left of the bottom of the zipper.
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    Re: Catheter and Santi BZ-200/4th Dimension Base Layer

    Thanks now I just have to find out about the FOURTH ELEMENT DRYBASE MEN'S LEGGINGS.

    rongoodman, how do you like the BZ-200? Any issues or negative aspects and what temp range do you use it for?

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    Re: Catheter and Santi BZ-200/4th Dimension Base Layer

    I like it, and the one I had previous, which seems to have shrunk while hanging in the closet. I've worn it on the Radeau in Lake George at about 47 degrees, but that was pushing it. I think rather than getting the 400 for colder dives, I'd first look into a heated vest.

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    Re: Catheter and Santi BZ-200/4th Dimension Base Layer

    My plan was a 4th dimension base layer for warm water diving and add the BZ-200 when the water is colder and rather than a BZ400 I was thinking of the Fourth Element Arctic line as a layer on top of the base layer but under the BZ-200 for really cold dives (if I get there)

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