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Wetsuit Blog — Turks and Caicos Islands

Hi! How have you been? Home is where the heart is... October 2017

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How many people here love getting newsletters in their Inbox? Not me! That's why I decided to only send my Truli fans 4 E-Letters a year! For me, it's a perfect opportunity to reflect on the past 3 months and for you, well, less email flooding your inbox. Also, my goal is for you to actually OPEN your email and stay in touch with me. I Truli love connecting with other passionate water woman. Looking back at the last 3 months, some very interesting and (dare I say it?) "life-changing" things happened. I kinda love it when life itself shakes...

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Video Edit: Introducing the Truli-Capri!

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Kite girls just wanna have fun! Kaja enjoying her sunset kiteboarding session in her 3.5mm fleece-lined COLORFUL Truli-Capri from Truli Wetsuits!

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Video Edit: Truli Wetsuits for women introduces Truli Kite Girls!

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Truli Girls who proudly wear Truli Wetsuits for women are bold, charming, and adventurous by nature. They are in love with water and have decided to make the ocean, lake, or sea their playground. Cesca Peirce (UK) in Turks & Caicos, Kate Ross (UK) in Australia, and Suami Cavallo (Dominican Republic) in The Dominican Republic are featured here in their Truli-Mi 3.5mm fleece-lined wetsuits kiting their hearts out!

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Video Edit: Truli Wetsuits for women dives with Scuba-Girl!

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The best way to celebrate PADI Women's Dive day is to scuba dive with Scuba-Girl herself!  

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Truli Wetsuits supports Windvibes 2016 in Turks & Caicos

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Windvibes is the largest watersports event in the Turks & Caicos, aimed to promote watersports by bringing all people, regardless of skill level, out on the water.  Last year was the first event that I attended and played a part in announcing the Truli Wetsuits onto the watersport scene. 2016 marked the 10 year anniversary of the event that was founded by professional kiteboarder, Hope LeVin, at the young age of 13.   This year Hope wanted to make an even bigger impact on her community in Turks & Caicos and selected 10 charities that the event would raise funds for...

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