Dry Robe – the Hot Support Team

Enjoy first got dryrobe® envy when Zoe entered Red Bull’s Neptune’s Steps, the toughest open water swim in the UK…

If there’s an incentive to get wet and verge on the edge of hypothermia – it has to be to get your hands on, and body in, a dryrobe!
Designed and developed by Gideon Bright a surfer from Cornwall, dryrobe has received high praise and warm tidings since its launch in 2010. Over time, dryrobe has been used by many different people of all ages for so many different activities all over the world, allowing them all to make the most of their time outdoors, and here at Enjoy we can confidently endorse by experience that the wet and cold life is way more fun in a dryrobe!
With a waterproof and windproof exterior and a luxuriously fleecy lining that dries and warms, it is the cosiest and most practical piece of lifestyle clothing on the market. Cunning pocket areas are roomy enough for gloves, goggles and general paraphernalia. Wear it to get changed in (leaving behind any loss of modesty on the beach or poolside). It is intentionally oversized, so that you can put it on over wet clothes and get changed in the great outdoors in any weather, or just leave it on over your clothing or wetsuit to stay warm, whilst fully protected from the elements that we all know and love so much – particularly on race day!
Use it to keep warm before and after sports. It’s super versatile and that’s why it has earned itself a reputation as the ‘world’s most advanced outdoor change robe’.
Cunningly it has been designed to be used multiple times without the need for drying – unlike a towel which isn’t good in the rain or for repeat uses. Once a towel is wet it stays wet.
The dryrobe is an essential for everything from world-class sporting events to walking the dog, surf trips, outdoor swimming, obstacle racing and much, much more. The list of activities where it keeps us warm and dry is endless!
Amongst the most interesting dryrobe ambassadors is sport, fitness, and nutrition guru and extreme swimmer Ross Edgley, from the Great British Swim to Red Bull Neptune’s Steps, also a scientist, sociologist, and philosopher of training and nutrition – and author of ‘The World’s Fittest Book’.
Prices of the much-adored dryrobe start at £74.99, and there are many configurations – go Advance, go Kids, go Deep Hood, go Short Sleeve – go different colour matches and get into some other relevant dryrobe merchandise, bags, beanies and car seat covers…
Even get your dryrobe embroidered – the Enjoy team is more than proud to swim up and down the South Coast (and the odd Glasgow canal) in its fleet of dryrobes!
Follow this hip brand and its successes around the planet through Facebook – and one day, who knows you may even see an Enjoy dryrobe escapade online!

Stay Warm