Dry suit

For cruising, sailing, ocean racing, light sailing, such as dinghy, catamaran or optimist, or nautical activities such as sea kayaking, windsurfing, foiling, wing, sand yachting, kitesurfing or jet-skiing, the dry suit is the essential ally for winter.
In this section, we offer you a selection of wetsuits for men, women or children, of the best quality, at the best price.

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Whatever your marine practice, the dry suit, otherwise known as drysuit, offers to keep you dry and warm during your nautical activities in winter. They are made of a breathable and waterproof multi-layer fabric. All seams and joints are perfectly waterproof and all openings (collar, sleeve, legs) are optimized to avoid water entry or infiltration.

They can be worn over a technical undercoat, or primer, providing extra warmth to your body.

Unlike neoprene wetsuits which absorb some water and can become heavy without having that windproof effect, dry suits are made of fabric. They are more comfortable, lighter and more resistant over time. 

You'll probably prefer them to your overalls, pants, shift jacket, or varsity.

However, it is important not to confuse them with survival suits. The latter provide significant flotation and less freedom of movement or breathability than a drysuit.


Choosing a dry suit also means committing to several years of essential sailing equipment. Whether you are racing a Laser, sailing a catamaran, rowing a kayak or even doing circles in the water on a jet ski, winter outings, whether sailing or motoring, require optimal protection against the cold. They are accessories not to be neglected. The cost of a drysuit is significant enough to take the time to choose it well.

In addition to the technical qualities that are described in our product sheets, you must take into account the size chart that we have transcribed for each article. These suits must fit perfectly, neither too big to avoid water ingress, nor too tight, otherwise comfort would suffer. Indeed, contrary to a neoprene suit, the waterproof suit must allow you to maneuver your sails without being an obstacle to wide movements, while letting you breathe. Here, all the pieces of fabric are joined together in order to keep this waterproofness, while remaining flexible.

Comptoir Nautique, specialist in marine electronics and hardware, offers you its selection of dry suits, in accordance with our quality values. Our expert and passionate advisors are at your disposal to answer all your technical questions as well as those concerning available stock, prices or shipping. Do not hesitate to contact us.

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