Fall is in the air and that means the lakes and waterways are getting less crowded and the water is glass. These are all great, except for one small thing... the water gets cold, really fast. Don't get left at the dock because you weren't prepared for the dropping water temps. Check out the O'Neill Boost and Assault Hybrid Drysuits and get ready to extend your season indefinitely.
1. Being cold is no fun.
Based in the Northwest, we've had our fair share of cold water riding experiences. Cold, wet, and numb isn't the most enjoyable way to spend your day out on the water. The O'Neill Boost and Assault Drysuits keep you warm and comfortable in water and air temperatures as low as 40 degrees.
2. You can ride in your street clothes.
Randall the Vandall Harris is the only rider we know of that can wear street clothes behind the boat and get away with it... up until now. The O'Neill Boost's full baggy shell gives you the option to wear your street clothes underneath. Can anyone say: Lunch break wakesurf sets?
3. You can ride during the winter, while everyone else is dreaming about being on the water.
O'Neill designed both of these drysuits to keep you comfortable in water temperatures that would otherwise be unbearable. Stop re-enacting the Polar Bear Plunge every time you want to take a ride and get back to enjoying your time on the water.
4. You stay completely dry.
The O'Neill Boost's full baggy membrane is 100% waterproof. Aside from a few drops of water coming through a seal during a massive wipeout, this suit will keep you completely dry.
5. They're easier to get in and out of than a wetsuit.
Don't get us wrong. We love a nice stretchy wetsuit, but they can be a huge hassle to get on and off. O'Neill drysuits are simple to put on and quick to take off.
6. You can share it with other riders that are close to your size.
The Boost Drysuit's full baggy shell makes it so that you can fit almost any article of clothing underneath the suit. This also makes each of the Boost sizes versatile enough to fit multiple riders on the boat (assuming they are around the same size).