Drysuits are your best friend when it comes to dinghy sailing and kayaking. Especially if you’re living in the UK at the moment. It’s cold. A little too cold to be honest. But the show must go on, and if it’s dinghy sailing or kayaking that tickles your fancy, you’re going to need a drysuit. Fact.
I’ve picked out four (4) drysuits that will make the winter months a little more enjoyable on the water.
One of the most popular drysuits on the market, the Crewsaver Atacama is packed with a load of features, including its fully breathable three-layer fabric. Furthermore, this drysuit will give you the ultimate freedom of movement, because of how lightweight it is and the use of elastic around the waist, adjustable internal braces and articulated arms and legs.
An ideal sailing drysuit, and equally suited to kayak, jetski and other surface watersports. You’d be crazy not to grab one!
£287.95 (was £399.00)
Performance is key with the Gul Shadow. Its high specifications provide full wet weather protection whilst remaining breathable – meaning that no matter how hectic the condition are when you’re dinghy sailing, you’ll still be able to perform at your best. The outer layer of the drysuit is designed to accommodate in any situation.
Additionally, the Gul Shadow is designed with contoured body panels to reduce snagging, bulk and windage. So you know you’re going to be comfortable – which is important.
£309.95 (was £400.00)
If it’s toughness you’re wanting, look no further than the Palm Atom. This ‘team proven’ drysuit has been created with a new, simpler and tougher design with reduced seams to minimise wear. Whitewater kayaking is an exhilarating hobby, and those of you who embrace it, need to assure you’re in some durable kit. So, trust me when I say the Palm Atom is perfect drysuit for any conditions you may face.
Additionally, the Palm Atom is packed with retaining inner neoprene waistband, plus reinforced elbows, shoulders, seat and knees, whilst having a reflective detail.
It literally ticks all the boxes.
£539.95 (was £599.95)
As a junior it’s all about having fun on the water. The Typhoon Junior Ezeedon allows that to happen. The front zip entry system makes it incredibly easy to put on, while the new zip position improves fit and eliminates discomfort when bending forwards.
Additionally, this drysuit has breathable fabric throughout, elastic waist and fabric socks, so you’ll be insanely comfortable when sailing in any conditions.
Three year manufacturer warranty.
£297.95 (was £329.95)
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