The best dry suits, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
Recent Dry Suit Reviews
NRS Extreme SAR Drysuit
I have been teaching swift water rescue and swift water boat operations since 1985. I have used this suit now for the last 7 years and it is always dry. Very rugged and dependable. There is not another drysuit that will compare if you REALLY use it in rugged environments and use it often. Buy smart the first time, folks! Full review
Stohlquist Men's Amp
Best drysuit I've ever owned. This is my second Stohlquist drysuit, and it's a replacement for a Stohlquist Multi-Sport that I got on sale nearly 10 years ago. The Multi-Sport was imported from China, was very difficult to put on or take off, and ultimately leaked like a sieve through the fabric when I used it on a Memorial Day Middle Fork Salmon trip (i.e.; when I really needed it) in 2013, about 7 years into my ownership. It supposedly was under a lifetime warranty, but to Stohlquist that meant… Full review
Immersion Research Supermodel Drysuit
After only using the suit for possibly a dozen times, it is leaking terribly at the seams and the fabric seems to have lost its waterproof abilities. A fail for IR. Full review
Kokatat Gore-Tex Meridian Dry Suit with Relief Zip
Dependable cold water protection. Excellent comfort, construction, materials, warranty, and customer service. This dry suit is excellent for any type of kayaking, canoeing, or rafting. Love this dry suit. Wear it all the time. It is comfortable to wear in a wide range of temperatures. If I get too hot, I just roll to cool off. Durable materials, excellent waterproof zippers, neoprene covers over latex gaskets to protect them from UV damage. Wear it, treat it like the expensive garment it is, and… Full review
NRS Extreme SAR Drysuit
It is what it says it is — an EXTREME search and rescue drysuit! I work on a Fire Department Swift Water Rescue Team. Because of my familiarity with drysuits from my Dive Rescue experience the chief asked me to choose a drysuit for the team. I chose this one for a number of reasons foremost amongst those was the welded seams. Most kayaking drysuit come with taped seams and I just didn't feel that would stand up to the demanding use of our rescue team. Other features are the glow-in-the-dark… Full review
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