O'Neill Assault Hybrid Drysuit

O'Neill Assault Hybrid Drysuit


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Warranty 1 Year
Manufacturer O'Neill - view brand page
Manufacturer Part # 1779
Item # 147001


The O'Neill Assault Hybrid Drysuit keeps you warm so you can play in the water all year round.


Say goodbye to "Seasonal" riding with the O'Neill Assault Hybrid Drysuit. Featuring the best of both worlds: a waterproof drysuit upper and a neoprene lower body. The Assault gives you just the right amount of flexibility and warmth needed to learn that new trick this spring or fall. Take the first set and get your swerve on. The others will follow.

The Assault Drysuit is developed with the highest quality materials and newest construction techniques. Each suit comes with a Limited 1-Year Warranty.

The Assault features a traditional completely waterproof drysuit upper body and a thick fluid foam 3mm neoprene lower body design. This hybrid construction allows any rider or waterskier to have full range of motion of the arms and core.

The wetsuit construction on the lower half is streamlined providing a worry free set without any extra material on the legs getting bound up or chafing. The ankle cinches are removable and easily adjusted allowing a range of users in and out of the suit in a single day.

O'Neill drysuits also come with the best warranty in the industry. All Assault Hybrid Drysuits have a Limited 1-Year Warranty that covers any issues with material or workmanship.

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  • 5/19/2015
    Best Wet/Drysuit for watersports hands down!
    Jordan Valente

    I have tried a number of different wet suits and dry suits and this is the best of all. The O'Neill Boost dry suit is a good beginner intermediate suit and it fits everyone on the boat but its baggy, loose and always leaked water at neck. You also MUST wear an insulating layer because the suit provides NO insulation. When riding in temps less than 55' the Boost must have an insulating layer. The ASSAULT provides enough insulation on the legs to keep the chills away. If needed you can throw on a surf top on your upper torso. The ASSAULT is form fitting yet gives you the freedom of movement needed. It has neoprene seals instead of rubber. I love the ASSAULT suit for aggressive water skiing, wake boarding and of course surfing. I am 6'2 180 and i purchased a large. It fits excellent. If anything it seems tall for its size. Usually the arms and legs are a little short for me but not the case with size large.