We're stoked to have Sophie Hellyer on Team dryrobe. Surfer, writer, producer, yoga teacher and wild swimmer, Sophie created the #RiseFierce movement to inspire women to try cold-water swimming, to promote body-neutrality and to improve mental and physical health.
Outspoken, honest and a passionate advocate for protecting the environment, Sophie is playing a key role in dryrobe's sustainability journey.
We're stoked to be the official changing robe partner of The Wave, we supply custom branded dryrobes to keep their staff covered.
We have worked with Surfing England as it has evolved over the years to provide the upcoming surfing talent with the best kit available.
Neptune Steps is one of the most brutal swim events out there. Red Bull use custom event dryrobes in the UK and Sweden.Explore
Proud supporter and sponsor of The Outdoor Swimming Society events.Explore
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.Explore
Outdoor Swimming Society
Worth every penny! Best for the committed outdoor adventurers.
Professor Greg Whyte OBE, Sports Scientist
The best possible bit of equipment you can have as an open water swimmer.
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.
Editor's Choice, Outdoor Swimmer Magazine
The dryrobe Advance is beautiful and drew a lot of praise from fellow swimmers. I've used it whilst acclimatising early season and felt completely shielded from the elements.
Sophie Hellyer, creator of the #RiseFierce movement
I began cold water swimming regularly a few years ago, and I've used my dryrobe religiously since, confident with the knowledge that I never get cold when wearing it
Keri-ann Payne, Olympic open water swimmer
dryrobe is an integral part of my routine and kit bag (and should be part of every open water swimmers too!)"