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Gear review: Dryrobe

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Dryrobe is the brainchild of Devon-based surfer Gideon Bright, who was fed-up shivering in car parks with only a wet towel robe to try to keep him warm.
He holed himself up in his garden shed until he came up with a design for a change robe that would fit the bill.
Nine years on, the Dryrobe has become a firm favourite among surfers, kayakers, wild swimmers and cyclists. In fact it’s for anyone who spends time outdoors when the temperature drops… including campers.
It’s ideal for staying toasty on chilly autumn and spring evenings sitting outside the tent and just as useful if you are taking part in some of the the activities mentioned previously.
The long, loose-fitting robe has a water and windproof outer layer and a fleecy inner that is designed to draw water away from the skin into the pile of the fabric and help regulate core body temperature.
The long-sleeve version features Velcro cuff adjusters and it comes in a range of colours.

Expect to pay £130
dryrobe.com

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