Obstacle Course Racing (OCR)

Used by outdoor obstacle course racers to stay warm in the wettest and muddiest of conditions


OCR and dryrobe®

The first choice of changing robe for OCR races including the 2023 Obstacle Course Racing World Championships (OCRWC).

Requiring dedicated training, obstacle course races are diverse, covering a range of terrain and appealing to different athletes testing their abilities in sprint, ultra and endurance courses as well as many other forms of obstacle races.

Working with the world’s leading OCR brands, the dryrobe® Advance is perfect for obstacle and assault course race recovery. Keep warm and protected before and after the intensity of obstacle racing with the waterproof and windproof outer shell fabric and super-warm synthetic lambswool lining unique to the dryrobe® Advance.


A small selection of organisations we are proud to supply and work with

£1 per every dryrobe® Advance, Towel dryrobe® and dryrobe® Dog products sold on dryrobe.com will be paid in support of the RNLI.

We are the Official supplier to the Obstacle Course Racing World Championships.

Neptune Steps is one of the most brutal swim events out there. Red Bull use custom event dryrobe® Advance changing robes in the UK and Sweden.

ÖTILLÖ - the founders of Swimrun - use dryrobe® Advance changing robes at their event around the World.

We supply Wolf Run with bespoke custom branded dryrobe® Advance change robes.

We supply Nuclear Races with bespoke custom branded dryrobe® Advance changing robes.

Obstacle Course Racing giants, Tough Mudder, choose dryrobe® to keep warm.

'Best OCR Clothing' - Winner 

Mudstacle Awards

It has become an essential part of not only my race kit but also my travel supplies.

Evan Perperis - 2018 WTM Team Champion

dryrobe can be the difference between life and death. Essential kit.

Jonathan Albon. 5x OCR World Champion.

Often my races start on cold, rainy mornings. Warming up and staying warm right before the start helps me perform much better in the race, and my dryrobe does both of those things so well and at once!

Rea Kolbl, 2x World's Toughest Mudder Champion