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  Thanks all
  Posted by: jfar on Dec-31-12 11:03 AM (EST)
 

for the responses. I believe in retrospect that it is more likely air in the suit as Marshal and Jay have said. And yes, I agree that small impediments help to improve composure. I am unfortunately a little too small for the size medium suit, and too big for the size small, so that the zipper casing seems cumbersome at the right shoulder, and that is where I perceived the drag, only at the point where I begin to go to set up from being upside down. It does not happen if I flop over on my back, nor if initiate the roll in the tucked position.

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