DRY BAG - Dry Your Wetsuit Quicker

The Dry Bag Elite Dry Bag / TVSC

What is a Dry bag?


The Dry Bag / Ultimate Wetsuit Bag 


What is a Dry Bag? How does The Dry Bag work?  TVSC answers all of your Dry Bag related questions below...


The Problem

You’ve spent years throwing wetsuits and wet clothes into buckets, shopping bags and the boot of your car. You get home and have to wrestle with your wet garments, often getting soaked again in the process. For days your bathroom looks like a laundry room and it’s a struggle to shower or take a bath without getting your wetsuit damp again.

You can’t hang your wetsuit outside in direct sunlight for fear of UV rays damaging your suit, it takes days to dry in the shade and wherever you hang it you’re left with a puddle of water and an offensive smell – far from ideal.


The Solution

The Dry Bag works by providing a drying solution for your westsuit. A full length zip up bag that protects your wetsuits and wet garments from direct sunlight whilst letting them drip dry efficiently yet naturally. Mesh vents enhance air flow and a water reservoir collects the residual water – no puddles here! A specially designed hanger can take up to 25kg in weight enabling you to hang all your wet gear in one bag keeping your living space tidy. Watertight seams also mean you can transport your wet garments home safe in the knowledge that water cannot escape.


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The Benefits


We know you’re not a fair weather athlete and that your sport is the most breath taking, awe inspiring sport in the world. That’s why we’re here for you so water and the elements of the outside world never stop you from making strides in pursuit of greatness. This innovative piece of kit has been designed with you in mind, it is guaranteed to make your life easier and allow you to focus on the important aspects of your sport. By vastly reducing the drying time of your wetsuit you will be able to get back into it in comfort, dry and ready for the next session. When drying the the Dry Bag you can rest assured your suit is protected from the elements and safe from any sharp edges that might have before snagged your pride and joy. 

Keep a clear mind, keep your kit dry.


Product Guide: Pro v Elite

Putting on a damp wetsuit is enough to make even the most hardened surfing veteran’s skin crawl. The root of this problem lies in drying your wetsuit and the storage, and the solution is The Dry Bag.

An innovative method for storing and drying your wetsuit, The Dry Bag’s unique design enables faster natural drying, while the water reservoir and valve release controls and stores the excess water, reducing the traditional mess associated with drying your wetsuit indoors.

Each surfer lives a unique lifestyle. From weekend warrior and seasoned veteran through to fair-weather enthusiasts and competitive professionals. To help mirror these ways of life, we’ve created two different bags perfect for drying your wetsuit, both with different features to meet the needs of every surfer.

So, between The Dry Bag Pro, and The Dry Bag Elite, which one is right for you?


The Dry Bag Pro


The Dry Bag Pro Grey

Designed with the Weekend Warrior in mind, The Dry Bag Pro features mesh side vents to enhance air flow to the wet gear and reduce natural drying time. This lightweight bag is shower-proof, allowing you to store your gear indoors, outdoors or in the car, safe in the knowledge that it will dry efficiently and be protected from Mother Nature’s elements.


The Dry Bag Elite



An essential piece of kit for those addicted to the waves and are blessed enough to have the opportunity to surf regularly, The Dry Bag Elite offers increased airflow, offering an even faster natural drying time, perfect for preparing your gear overnight for the next morning’s swell. More suited for drying indoors, The Dry Bag Elite means your gear will be ready when you are.

The Dry Bag not only prepares surfers for their next adventure. It’s useful for other adrenaline junkies too, have your Dry Bag handy for wet or muddy adventures, from wetsuits and board shorts, through to swimming gear, rain coats or even your consistently wet dog-walking attire!


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