dryrobe® The warmest, most advanced change robe in the World. 

dryrobe® Get changed inside it. Change sports clothing or wetsuits anywhere. OCR | SWIM | SURF | TRIATHLON | DIVE | ROW | & OUTDOOR LIFESTYLE


"Very impressed. Highly recommended" - Carve Surfing magazine
"An essential companion"  - 220 triathlon Magazine
"A must have piece of kit" -  coachjoebeer.com
"Should be in every divers or outdoor enthusiasts kitbag" -  Sport Diver AWARD
'Best OCR Clothing' WINNER  -  Mudstacle


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Latest news

Freezing waves and surf legends in the Arctic Circle

March 28, 2017

Here at HQ we love to hear about the epic adventures and incredible locations where dryrobe can be found, it always amazes and inspires us to see people keeping warm all around the globe.  Recently we heard rumours of an epic surf session that happened north of the Arctic Circle, at Unstad in Norway, with none other than surfing legend Tom Carroll. So we did some hunting around and found some photos.  If anyone can be considered a great of the surf world, then this man certainly can. We found out that Carroll had come to Norway at the invitation of Tommy from Unstad Arctic Surf School, who we have been proud to supply with dryrobes after meeting them at ISPO... Continue Reading →

dryrobe & RedBull Neptune Steps

March 21, 2017

 For the past 3 years dryrobe have had the privilege to be involved in one of the most challenging and unique open-water swimming events out there - Red Bull Neptune Steps. This is an adventure race that challenges athletes like no other - pitting them against 420 metres of cold water, forcing them to climb 18 metres over 7 canal lock gates and pushing participants to their limits. This year’s event was no different, with over 320 competitors hitting the water on a rainy Saturday in Glasgow - and dryrobe was on hand to witness this intense challenge. Mark Deans (Instagram @markodeans) - Undefeated RedBull Neptune Steps Champion   dryrobe ambassador and big wave surfer Andrew Cotton was one of the... Continue Reading →