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Easy Surfs Reviews OR Drysuits

Easy Surfs Reviews OR Drysuits

EASY SURF Reviews OR Drysuits

Ocean Rodeo Drysuit – surf all year long!

Not everyone lives on a remote tropical island with perfect sunny conditions all year long. Surfers from countries with short summer season also want to enjoy water, even when it’s about to freeze! Over years, the technology of wetsuits manufacturing evolved and enabled to surf in colder waters for longer. But today, one can get something more than a wetsuit – let us acquaint you with Drysuits.

Drysuits for watersports evolved from clothing for professional marine industry. Fishermen in northern waters, tough regatta sailors – these were the groups in need to stay warm and dry in severe water, wind and temperature conditions. But for watersports enthusiasts the needs for comfort, freedom of movement and breathability are more specific and sophisticated. So nowadays, Drysuits dedicated for watersports are really high-tech, perfectly designed products

Let us introduce you to a collection of Drysuits form Ocean Rodeo – the leading brand in this field. You can purchase them in EASY SURF Shop. Ocean Rodeo is a company from Vancouver Island, Canada. Far from a tropical paradise, the island is a perfect testing ground with extreme marine conditions. Storm to hurricane force wind warnings don’t make the local news; the ocean temperature is cold, all year, and the remote, rocky, log strewn coastline is hammered relentlessly by harsh north Pacific wind and waves. That’s why you can trust Ocean Rodeo products in any cold and harsh waters!

The company developed it’s own three layer material called “VENTOR”, featuring a salt water resistant non-porous hydrophilic breathable membrane. Outside Abrasion Layer is a 200 Denier Nylon/Taslan material with DWR to repel water while allowing sweat to realese from within the suit. Middle, non-porous, hydrophilic polyurethane membrane is the part of the suit that keeps you dry. It allows sweat vapor out while not letting any water in. Works well also exposed for a long time for salt water enviroment. The inside Tricot mesh (Nylon 18 Denier Tricot Scrim) helps to protect the PU breathable film and keeps your body comfy inside the suit.


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IKSURFMAG Reviews The Mako

IKSURFMAG Reviews The Mako

IKSURFMAG Reviews The Mako


IKSURFMAG got a first hand glance at how the Mako is built Northwest tough.

At a Glance

The Mako, Ocean Rodeo’s renowned signature board, has recently undergone a revamp and we were excited to be able to test it out.

Presented as a surf-oriented twin tip, the Mako doesn’t look like a modern-day kiteboard; in fact, you may think it’s from a different era. A continuously curved rail from the centre to the very rounded tips combined with the largest concave you have ever seen on a kiteboard, let alone a twin tip.

When you open it up, you’ll only find two fins… Nope, you’re not missing anything from the box; it’s a twin fin setup, centred at each tip.

Built to withstand the rocky shores of Canada the Mako feels solid and oozes quality. Previously, when testing the smaller 140cm version of the Mako, I had a little mishap, I was so stoked to head out kiting, that in the process of running out the door I smacked it into the doorframe. Thoroughly upset with myself, and saddened to have hit a new board against the wall, I looked down dreading some damage. To my surprise, nothing, not even a faint scratch, and certainly no damage to the ABS sidewall. Thanks to Ocean Rodeo for building solid gear, these boards are certainly tough!

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