The Stohlquist drytop is the wettest leakest top I have ever owned. The zipper around the neck was a good concept, but it never lets up and is tighter than the latex itself. Most of the time I left it un-zipped.
The Level Six top is one of the most durable tops on the market. The fabric is bomber, the latex is top of the line, the lines and cuts are simple and they work. Comfort is key with top, and the tunnel tightens up nicely around the skirt tunnel. Becareful when ordering a Level Six top they have two that look alot alike. The Mack and Duke, both are quality. But, I like the heavier farbic better for Colorado on the Mack.
I really like Stohlquist as a company, but I think the Freefall top is too much fluff and not enough substance. Elbow and shoulder fabric, and neither really equal more protection. Save the money buy a Level Six and a pair of Fox elbow pads. It's the perfect Colorado drytop.
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