We have worked with Surfing England as it has evolved over the years to provide the upcoming surfing talent with the best kit available.
We make British Canoeing dryrobes. Whether you SUP, Kayak or Canoe, British Canoeing and dryrobe have you covered.
We supply GoPro with co-branded dryrobes to look after their ambassadors and athletes.
The Royal Life Saving Society use dryrobe for their staff and to treat cold water victims.
We're proud to work with Surfers Not Street Children to support the work they do changing lives through surfing.
Team GB surf lifesaving use dryrobe as official team kit while competing at the highest level at National and international events.
We're immensely proud to be supplying dryrobes at multiple stops on the APP World Tour.
So pleased with my dryrobe it’s such good quality, really warm and windproof. While I bought it for outdoor sea swimming I actually haven't taken it off since I bought it! I’ve actually had a lot of compliments on how stylish it is as well.
Has made such a difference to early morning sea swims. So cosy to put on straight after a swim and makes changing very easy. And then lovely to keep on, to keep warming me up while I have my porridge afterwards. And the colour is gorgeous.
Great company. Item arrived swiftly with good communication. Love dryrobe for its quality and warmth. Wouldn’t be without it.
Better quality than the alternatives I looked at, thicker fleece and quality of fabrics and construction. Accurate size guide (I’m average height and large build and the L was plenty big enough as a changing robe).
Carve Surfing Magazine
Very impressed. Highly recommended. An invaluable tool for winter surfing.
Michael Woodsmall - Thrillist
The best cold water surf gear you can buy. You might even be tempted to skip the clothes after you're done taking off your wetsuit.
Essentially the beast of all change robes, designed to withstand devastatingly inclement winters in the UK and Ireland and beyond.
Cal Major. 2x SUP World Record Holder
Most of the year I practically live in my dryrobe. If I know I’m going to get cold, knowing I’ll be able to wrap up warm afterwards is sometimes the one thing that gets me out there.