Wakeboarding is heavily impacted by the weather around us. From the temperature and wind to the extended periods of time spent wet above the water, wakeboarding is heavily impacted by the weather around us. We all have the basic understanding of layering for the snow, so why are we treating the water any different? We need to layer correctly to keep warm. for the last three years, we have been secretly developing products designed for our sport to extend our riding time, while making the colder months more enjoyable to ride in.

You can’t leave your valuables just lying around! Fully waterproof and a with full zipper closure, the internal pocketing on our layering outers means you can keep things like your phone and wallet on you, go out and shred, and then buy yourself a Coke at the end of the day.
Stop your jacket from riding up with our Lycra sleeves. Comfortable and made of light and stretchable Lycra, they will keep everything in place regardless of your motion, while still allowing for freedom of movement all day long.
Keep the cold out and the warmth in. Waterproofing is what keeps the jacket from soaking up water as you ride, while breathability relates to how much body heat your jacket can retain. Combined, our 10k/10k combination allows for maximum warmth while stopping the outer from soaking up water and getting heavy during your winter sessions.
The last thing you need in the cooler weather is to fumble while getting your layering on. Magnets snap into place with minimal effort and the zipper flap protects the jacket from wear while also giving you an extra layer of comfort from the elements.
Wakeboarding can cause your body to move in unanticipated directions. This means you need a neo that can handle the uncertainty while maintaining its integrity. Our 4-way stretch neoprene moves along with you all season long.
In the times that wearing a hoodie isn’t necessary, like a bluebird day in winter or when your hair is looking good our Follow Hood Secure System tabs give you the option to click the hood in place. This ensures minimal wear and tear as well as making sure it doesn’t flail about in the wind.
Our 4-way stretch material has been internally and externally DWR treated for reduced weight when wet. Durable water repellent (DWR) is a coating added to fabrics to make them water-resistant. Most factory-applied treatments are fluoropolymer based; these applications are quite thin and not always effective, whereas DWR prevents the outer layer of fabric from becoming saturated with water.
The waiting drove me mad, you’re finally here and I’m a mess. Corduroy style that harks back to the grunge 90s. Why not wear your flannel shirt while you’re at it.