Women's Drysuits

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Our women’s dry suits will keep you warm and dry. Filter by price range, size, brand, or color to find the perfect women’s dry suit for kayaking or paddling.

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Why Should You Buy a Women’s Drysuit?

Ladies, cold temperatures should always keep us on the water! We can enjoy our favorite paddling run year-round with a well-fitting women's dry suit. You might even find that you love winter paddling just as much as paddling in the summer when you wear the right kayak gear, like a women’s dry suit!

Women’s Drysuits Are Designed for Comfort & Convenience

Whether you choose a women's dry suit that features latex neck and wrist gaskets to keep 100% of the water out of your suit or a semi-dry suit with a punch-thru style neoprene neck gasket that could let a tablespoon or two of water into the suit at the neck, with this handy outerwear garment, you’ll be able to keep the cold water from touching your skin. Every dry and semi-dry suit for women that we carry here at Outdoorplay is waterproof and breathable. Most women’s drysuits come with attached waterproof and breathable fabric socks; some even have a “drop seat” relief zipper for ease for a woman who needs to go while on the go.

A women's dry suit is designed to seal out water from touching your body, but it's not necessarily designed to keep you warm. That’s where your layering pieces come in. To provide warmth, you'll need to put layers of fleece or wool underneath the dry suit. Your warm underlayer can be one piece, like a union suit, or you can layer with a two-piece set, such as a women’s paddle top and paddling pants.

When putting on or off a women's drysuit, always open the gaskets with your hands, and do not force your head or hands through them. Do not wear jewelry when putting on your dry suit so you won’t rip or tear your gaskets. Keep your gaskets from drying out by regularly applying 303 Protectant to keep them supple.

Other Accessories to Buy with a Women’s Drysuit for Kayaking at Outdoorplay!

In addition to a women’s dry suit, you will want to protect the attached socks on your kayak or semi-dry suit with a pair of neoprene booties or kayak shoes. You might even want to use a changing mat to prevent rocks or thorns from puncturing the fabric as you pull on or off the suit.

After you purchase your women's dry suit, look at some of our other kayak clothing options, such as our women’s paddle jackets, kayak lifejackets, dry tops, wetsuits, and other women’s paddle clothing accessories. Our kayak store has just about anything you need, including a large selection of kayaks for sale!