Tell us more about the Pyro Surf Drysuit
When will the dedicated web site be up?
Are there any problems or snags with the suit?
Will the PyroSurf make the other Pyro suits obsolete?
Core XR3 12M
Rise XPD 9M
The new surf site will be up in a few weeks. The pyro surf is designed for cold water surfing as described below, so our main goal was air control in the drysuit with a smooth fast swimming outer surface.
For kiteboarding the existing loose cut suits will never go out of style as its nice to wear a suit thats not skin tight (pro, classic and lite).
The text below is taken from the “work in progress” web site:
This revolutionary drysuit technology eliminates the cold freeze, chill and excess buoyancy found with traditional cold water wetsuits.
1) Streamlined:The Dry Core form fitting outer layer of lycra forms a wrinkle free streamlined surface for fast swimming and incredible mobility. This stretchable outer layer also squeezes out excess trapped air reducing buoyancy for easy duck dives.
2) Unlimited Range of Motion:At less than 0.5mm thick and made of two independent layers this suit offers an unlimited range of motion unparalleled by any neoprene suit now available.
3) Light weight: Dry Core Suits with the appropriate thermal undergarment are half the weight of wetsuits designed for similar water conditions. Lighter weight results in less use of energy and greater performance.
4) Huge temperature Range: The Dry Core Technology provides a dry barrier against the elements but it is what you wear under the suit that keeps you warm! Just like snowboarding or skiing you match your undergarment to the conditions.
5) Fast Dry: The Dry Core bladder will not absorb water. When wearing a wetsuit, second sessions are ruined by the torture of donning your wet and cold wetsuit. With Dry Core just shake the dry suit a few times and put on a set of fresh fleece. No more putting on a cold wetsuit for your second session!
6) Easy to Clean and Service: The two layers of Dry Core easily separate for servicing by means of Velcro fastening strips found at the wrists, ankles and zipper.
I’m still waiting too! Haven’t even seen one in person, but right now it’s still my #1 choice for a drysuit. Soon?
will ruggedness be an issue? I will not be diving under waves to get to the big breakers for the next couple of years at least. So if boyancy is not an issue then maybe for normal old school kiteboarding.
Here is what is important for me in Denmark:
dry and warm
easy, quick to put on and take off.
rugged. tough seams, rip/puncture resistant fabric
freedom of movement
Fits well. I am 6’1’’ and thin. 79kg/175lbs.
Core XR3 12M
Rise XPD 9M