O'Neill Boost Drysuit
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O'Neill Boost Drysuit
By far the best selling wakeboarding, wakesurfing, kiteboard, and waterski drysuit on the market is the O'Neill Boost. You can put an end to seasonal riding by stepping up to the O'Neill Boost Drysuit. Want to ride throughout the year, no matter what the weather or water temp? Of course you do.
The worlds best athletes developed and tested the O'Neill Boost in cold water conditions, so you can be confident and stay warm with the latest in active drysuit technology. The O'Neill Boost drysuit was the first to buck the trend of a baggy shell and set a new industry standard for others to follow.
*O'Neill drysuits also come with the best warranty in the industry. All Boost drysuits have a Limited 1-Year Warranty that covers any issues with materials or workmanship.
WakeMAKERS is based in Central Oregon, a northwest state with a short summer and lakes filled with snow melt. We start riding in March and usually stop in mid November. Water temperatures can dip into the high 30's with air temps in the low 30's. This does not stop us from riding the glassy conditions in the spring and fall.
The O'Neill Boost drysuit has always been our cold weather protection of choice. By having the ability to add more insulation layers under the suit we are able to brave the coldest riding conditions of the season. And when you're done riding, just unzip and peel the suit off and you're immediately warm, without having to dry off.
There are two things that make the Boost the best drysuit on the market. The first is that you stay completely dry. The second is that you have amazing dexterity and freedom of movement. The ability to wakeboard, and wakesurf without feeling restricted like you might when wearing a very thick cold water wetsuit is invaluable.
Warranty 1 Year Manufacturer O'Neill - view brand page Manufacturer Part # 2054 Item # 147002
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Perfect for early watersports
My wife and boys love the drysuit. It goes on easy and fits a wide range of individuals. Has kept them warm and dry and they are staying out on the water longer. They wish that they had this way before this year.
Water Skiing in my street cloth's!!!
I have to admit I was nervous when I told my friends that I was going water skiing in my street cloths. They told me I was crazy, but I had to find out if this is really a 5 star suit. I went slalom skiing on a local lake yesterday and the water temp was in the low 40's. This suit rocks! My feet and hands were purple and cold, but my body was warm and dry! I didn't get a single drop of water on my shirt or Levis! The suit was full of air and I felt like the Sta Puff Marshmallow man. I looked like the Good Year blimp floating on the water. When I was skiing it felt like the air was out of the suit. I will try bleeding the air out of the neck next time and see if that makes a difference. The is definitely a 5 star suit! I love it!
This suits zipper is super tough and the neck seal is so much more comfortable than my old suit with the rubber seal. I also really like the built in suspenders to hold it up when half off. I'll be looking forward to those cold windy days on the water now!
My first drys it so, nothing to compare it to, but this works great for keeping warm and dry in cold water and weather. Used it last week at first ice out. Wake boarding and wake surfing in 34 degree air and 42 degree water. Kept warm and dry. Only the people in the boat were complaining about the cold! Love it!
Very good product. Highly recommend this product.
I bought this last fall and have worn it a bunch of times. This is very well made. It's not made of cheap materials and that's why you cant find it for a cheap price. Watersports in cold water is not an issue at all. In 50F degree water on a 60F day, you will feel warm after a few minutes of riding in one of these. Sometimes if you have a decent spill it will leak a little water into the neck or wrist area, but its just a little bit. Plenty of room to wear a comp vest under the drysuit so everything stays dry. The only downside is that the neck is really tight. It doesn't bother me but I know my wife could never wear one. I'm 6'1" 173lbs and I have size L it its got a lot of room to move in.
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