Ocean Rodeo Ignite Drysuit

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The Ocean Rodeo Ignite Drysuit blurs the lines between foul weather gear and traditional drysuits with an efficient design and convertibility for multipurpose wear. Built for long periods of time on the water in cold environments, this drysuit is rugged and athletic.

The Ignite drysuit can be worn two different ways: in “full dry” mode and in “standby” mode. In full dry mode, this drysuit is 100% waterproof. The T-zip Masterseal main zip is waterproof and zips around the back of the neck. The latex neck and wrist seals are watertight and trim to fit snugly. A protective overcoat zips up in the front to protect the waterproof zipper and minimize bulk and snags, while the adjustable wrist cuffs and high collar protect the seals. The waterproof fabric is salt water resistant, and the seat and knees are reinforced for even more durability. Hand warming pockets and a removable hood give a little warmth and extra protection. The full fabric socks are fully integrated into the drysuit and the fabric makes it easy to get in and out of a dinghy boot. Adjustable and removable inner suspenders give just the right fit. 

In “standby” mode, easily unzip the drysuit, slip out of the neck seal, and then zip the jacket back up. This turns the torso of the drysuit into a well vented jacket that protects against wind and rain, perfect for in between races or on shore.

The outer jacket has a lower wader belt to prevent water inflow, and reflective patches and trim to aid in visibility for safety. 

Key Features: 

  • Stand-by or Full Drysuit mode – Captive Zip self-entry
  • T-zip Masterseal main dry zip
  • Captive over flap jacket
  • Outer chest pocket
  • 420 Denier abrasion resistant overlays at seat and knees
  • VENTOR salt water resistant, waterproof and breathable fabric
  • Adjustable and removable suspenders
  • Trim to fit Polytex UV resistant seals
  • Removable hood
  • T-zip Masterseal crotch relief
  • Warming hand pockets and inside stash pocket
  • Integrated dry sock booties
  • One atmosphere PK external jacket zip with stainless slider
  • Wrist overlays with Velcro cinch to seal gloves
  • Lower leg boot cuff overlays
  • High all-weather collar with hold down straps
  • Reflective piping
  • Reflective patches
  • “Wader” waist belt
More Information
Features Waterproof, Windproof, Breathable
Recommended Use Dinghy Racing, Cold Weather
Material / Fabric Denier Nylon/Taslan, Polyurethane, Mesh, VENTOR salt water resistant, waterproof and breathable fabric
Zipper T-zip Masterseal main dry zip, T-zip Masterseal crotch relief
Seals Trim to fit Polytex UV resistant seals
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This is the Ocean Rodeo Ignite Drysuit. This is a very unique piece. It's waterproof, breathable, obviously, because it's a drysuit. It's a three layer laminate like a gore-tex is a three layer laminate. There's no liner. It's a very durable material. In terms of its function, I've got it actually in what's called standby mode. I'm actually using this more like foul weather gear. What I have is this jacket that's integral to the drysuit, and I have the actual top to the drysuit right here, which I would pull over and zip closed when I would need to be in dry suit mode. I can just tuck this away in between races. I really don't need a drysuit right now. I want more heat to vent out of this. I don't want that seal around my neck.

I've got this collar. Go all the way up here. Microphone's getting in the way. I have this hood. Very adjustable. I've got a peaked hood here I can control. I have a gather on the inside, which acts as a seal that I can adjust. I have a pull here that I can adjust this side, and I've got some reflective tape. Nice hood. Maybe I want to go into dry suit mode. Maybe I don't want all this. Guess what? This is attached with a zipper and I can basically just take this and zip it right off of the suit.

Other features when I'm in this mode. I still have my drysuit seals here, so this top, there's no water getting in. I have an external adjustment. This is nice. It's actually retractable into the jacket, so I can put that down. I've got a storage pocket here. I have side pockets here with water resistant entry. They're actually neoprene, so they are hand warmer pockets. On the inside are these toggles on either side. I can actually gather in the piece here to keep water from working itself under the jacket.

I'm going to change modes here. I'm getting ready to go out. I need to go into dry mode. I just pull this out, over the head. Big handle here for this waterproof T-zip. One person operation. Make sure I park that nicely. All I have to do is zip this up. This is probably when I would probably take the hood off if I was dinghy sailing.

Moving down the suit, guys, you're going to enjoy this. I've got a relief zipper here that's waterproof. I've got a heavily reinforced seat, articulated knees with padding built into them, and then when I get down here, not latex seals, I got, using the three layer waterproof, breathable material, this nice, thin, very durable sock that's built in. The adjustment, again, that feature where it's got a retractable strap. I can put these over my boots and Velcro that shut. Lastly, in addition to the reflective on top, I've got reflective right here. This is the Ocean Rodeo Ignite Drysuit.