Durability is the name of the game when it comes to the Devil’s Club Dry Suit. This burly, rugged dry suit is as tough as they come, with a heavy duty nylon shell that is incredibly abrasion resistant. Additional reinforcements in the seat and knees add an extra layer of protection. Hook and loop tabs secure the top of the suit at the midsection while an adjustable webbing belt holds the pants high and tight.
Built to last, the Devil's Club is ready for the river ahead. The question is, are you going to eat that?
Designed, tested, and proven in Hood River, Oregon.
•Hook and loop tabs secure the suit over your spray skirt tunnel
•Rear ear-entry YKK® AquaSeal® entry zipper with large, easy to find zipper pull
•A front YKK® AquaSeal® relief zipper provides easy access for midday relief
•Latex neck and wrist gaskets are designed to be easily trimmed to size allowing a custom, personalized fit
•Volcano neoprene wrist cuffs protect conical latex gaskets, increase dryness and make for easy ‘banana peel’ slip off
•Adjustable webbing belt secures the suit at the hip
•In an effort to reduce plastic consumption, this suit comes packaged in a recycled oversized billboard gear bag. These gear bags are cut and sewn by the Cambria Center for Blind and Handicapped in Johnston, Pennsylvania.
•Size variations available to fit paddlers of most shapes and sizes (S-XXL)
•Shell Fabric: 3-layer nylon Taslan
•Fabric Weight: 240 g/m²
•Waterproofness (mm h₂o): 30,000
•Breathability (g/m²/24h): 4,000
•Weight: 4.25 lbs (68 oz)
•Country of Origin: Vietnam
•Hang to dry and avoid prolonged periods of direct sunlight if possible.
•Only store your suit for periods when the suit is 100% dry.
•Can be machine washed ONLY in a front loading washer on cool through a gentle cycle with mild detergent. Hand-washing is preferred for safety.
•Try to keep dirt and grit away from suit zippers for longevity.
•If used in saltwater, rinse with fresh water immediately after use.
•Go here for more information on how to properly care for your dry wear.