Time to get your dry suit or dry top ready for the new season's paddling. We like to paddle all year round, and when it's cold out your drysuit's/drytop's gaskets need to be in good condition.

If your gaskets look like these or feel gummy, sticky, loose, thin, or have cracks like old bike tires that are more than half the thickness deep -- it's time to replace them. K.A. replaces gaskets on most brands of paddlesports dry suits and drytops. If you are a DIY kind of kayaker, we sell gaskets and tools for the job here too.

Learn more - get technical information on gasket sizes and which ones fit you and your drysuit best

 

 

Comments

Posted 25 March 2020 at 17:36 by Karen Chriswell

Hi, I purchased a dry suit from you about a year ago. I damaged the left wrist gasket and need a replacement/repair. I would like to do a paddle on Friday April 5 if possible. I was told that if I purchased the dry suit from you I could get a loaner? I don’t know how long it takes to repair a sleeve gasket but I could bring it over if necessary. I will also be at the Tacoma Mountaineers pool session on Sunday April 7 and I think you are providing boats and gear for that if another swap is necessary.
I will call Tuesday morning to discuss. Thank you, Karen 360-434-2480

Posted 25 March 2020 at 17:36 by John

Do you do water testing or repairs to the drysuit itself? I am going to get the neck gasket repaired but want the other things checked


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