Hi John,I purchased my stainless steel chainmail (chain maille) suit years ago from The Ring Lord in Canada. You can Google it or try:
http://theringlord.com/cart/They have had internal changes in their business since then but they do list on their website some shark suits now. I understand that they might do custom work:
http://theringlord.com/cart/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=206&cat=Custom+Fabric+%2B+ProjectsAt the time when I made my purchase a touring professional Tesla group, one member of which has been active in this group, where getting some suits made by them.
Here is a link to a 25 second YouTube video of me performing in full chain mail at a huge festival in the Nevada dessert:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRD4DGQljGc&feature=youtu.beThe suit works great but after a couple of seasons of performing in the Nevada dessert I started to feel shocks when performing. It turns out that the corrosive dust of the dessert that collected in the chain suit was causing the problem. A special cleaning restored the suit to proper working order.
The custom made suit cost over $1000 when purchased years ago. Happy and safe coiling, Terry Leonard (aka Kilovolt) On 3/11/2015 6:28 AM, Bert Hickman wrote:
John,Many coilers have made their own using pieces of chainmail, bird cages, and metal screen. A number of professional coilers use custom-made chainmail shark suits:http://neptunic.com/products/sharksuits Snip...snip...snip...