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Small Adult Dryrobe Advance

Dryrobe Dryrobe
FACT
Dryrobe® protection for petite ladies and teens.
BRAND
Dryrobe
STYLE
  • Black w/Grey Lining
SIZE
  • Ladies/Teen
Small Adult Dryrobe Advance
  • Small Adult Dryrobe Advance
  • €99.00
    (incl. VAT)
  • Black w/Grey Lining

Description

A smaller version of the ever popular DryRobe perfect for ladies and teenagers. The all weather change robe, featuring the essential Chunky YKK® Zip front, external pockets, large internal storage pocket AND MP3 player pocket!, shower proof, wind proof. The Warmest change robe on the planet!

Dryrobe® The outdoor change robe. A weather-proof change robe. Get changed inside it!
Ideal for changing sports clothing or wetsuits outdoors. 

The Dryrobe has a waterproof & windproof exterior fabric & a lining that dries you & keeps you warm. The design allows plenty of room to pull your arms in through the sleeves & get changed inside it. You can get a wetsuit, swim or tri kit, on or off, easily, while staying warm, dry & fully protected from the elements.

Other features invlude, soft lined external pockets, large internal storage pocket & MP3 player pocket. The Unique chunky YKK® Zip front is an essential element providing fast, easy exit & entry. 

Cold-weather conditions present unique challenges. Preserve your energy & core temperature with full-body protection from the elements. Leave it on over your clothing or wetsuit & re-use multiple times throughout the day without the dryrobe ever feeling wet or cold.
Get dry, cover up & stay warm with Dryrobe®

 FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Waterproof outer shell
  • 100% Waterproof & windproof outer shell fabric. One piece body construction with no shoulder seams.
  • Super warm lining - Our Lining is a synthetic Lambswool which draws the water away from your skin, drying you instantly while insulating you and making you feel unbelievably warm.
  • When conventional toweling gets wet it takes an age to dry and feels wet against your skin, throw in some wind chill and you'll know all about it.
  • Full length 2 way reversible YKK® zip - You can operate the zip from inside the robe, while changing, or from the outside, as normal. This is an essential element in the design so as to allow fast easy entry & exit. 
  • Sealed seams. All the seams on the dry robe advance are sealed. this, along with the minimal seam design ensure the best protection possible from the elements.
  • External fleece lined pockets - keep your hands warm & store your essentials too.
  • A huge 'A4' size internal 'soft lined pocket for storing underwear, clothing or thermal base layers.
  • Internal zip entry iPod, MP3 / wallet pocket
  • The inside chest pocket can safely store your valuable items sealed in the '2 way waterproof' design. Your valuables cannot get wet from the outside or from the inside (if you are wet or in a wetsuit).
  • Super light construction - The lightweight materials and design ensure that the dryrobe advance is surprisingly light. At only 1.3kg It can be packed down small into a compression sac, or carried anywhere easily.
 
 
Sizes:

KIDS: X SMALL - Length 80cm Change space 70cm - longer sleeve for extra coverage (suitable for kids age 5-10) 

LADIES/TEEN SMALL DRYROBE: - Length : 90cm long from shoulder body change space 75cm wide. (Suitable from age 8-15 & small adults up to 5'6 approx)

ADULT Size : Length : 1.2m long from shoulder body change space 84cm wide, The Adult size suits 5'1" up to 6'3"
XL - Length : 1.4m long from shoulder body change space 95 cm wide, The Adult size suits 6' upwards or for the wider build. (Black & Grey / Black & Red Only)

 

 

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Like you, we want our new goodies as soon as possible. With this in mind, we aim to dispatch orders within 24 hours of ordering (weekends and public holidays excluded). We are also determined to offer the most reasonable delivery rates available using a combination of An Post standard delivery and Fastway Courier services. Orders over €40 are shipped FOR FREE within Ireland and Northern Ireland. Please see below for options.

If for any reason there is a delay in processing your order we will send you an email with an updated delivery date. 

Collection:  If you’re lucky enough to be able to visit us in-store, please select ‘Collect In Store’ during checkout and we will have your purchases ready for you. 

All orders will be processed in Euros (€), please check with your bank for the most current exchange rate if ordering in another currency.

DELIVERY/POSTAGE RATES

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Please see above for all shipping costs, there are some exceptions for items sent outside the Republic of Ireland, such as surfboards. Please contact us directly for a quote for shipping surfboards outside ROI and NI.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions with regard to postage/delivery options.

WARNING: IMPORTANT

Upon delivery please check all items have not been damaged in transit before you sign for them. If any damage is visible, please ensure you sign as "Damaged" and you are within your rights to refuse and ask that they are returned to the sender. 

It is your duty to inspect and confirm that the goods are in good condition before signing.

If the goods are damaged and not signed for as such, Jelly Fish Surf Shop cannot accept any liability and the item will not be replaced or reimbursed.

Delivery of Surfboards and Bodyboards

It is especially important to THOUROUGHLY  inspect surfboards before signing for them. They are fragile items and can be damaged in transit despite everyone’s best efforts. In the event that a surfboard is damaged, please sign “Damaged”. It is within your rights to refuse delivery of a damaged board and have it returned to sender. In this event, please contact us immediately. Upon return of the damaged board, we will issue a refund/exchange.

RETURNS

If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase, you can return it to us in its original condition (with packaging and tags intact) within 28 days of the purchase date. Sale items must be returned within 14 days.

We will either exchange the item or issue a full refund (less the original postage). Please note that if goods are not returned in the condition in which you received them, we reserve the right to refuse such returns.

Returns Procedure

For Postal Returns:

  • Fill in returns form you received with your tracking number via email
  • Post it back to us in the original condition with tags/labels attached.

Please post to the following address:

Order Returns
Jelly Fish Surf Shop
Spillers Lane
Clonakilty
Co. Cork

You can also return your purchase to us in store – make sure to bring your receipt.

Upon receipt and check of returned items we will exchange and repost new selected purchases or we will issue a refund less the original postage cost.

Wetsuit Warranty Issues

If you encounter a warranty issue with your purchase please call or email us immediately – do not attempt to repair the issue yourself. We will issue you with a returns number and further instructions. Wetsuits must be clean and dry before returning. We are not able to process wet or dirty wetsuits and they will not be accepted for warranty issues.

Order Cancellations

If you wish to cancel your order please call up and speak to us immediately and always back up with an e-mail to [email protected] quoting your order number.

Surfing in Ireland

Our staff has assembled this amazing guide to surfing in Ireland. A bird’s eye view to having the best surfing experiences. You should check it out.

So Many Places to Surf

With the right weather, the north, south, and west coasts of Ireland can be home to some of the best surfing waves in the world. Gulf Stream storm activity generates large swells all year round, but the best times for surfing are from September through the autumn/winter months, and up to early summer. During the winter there can be almost continuous surf conditions, but winds can be very strong. During the summer months, more high pressures are experienced and this usually manifests in a flat period for up to a few weeks at a time with—if we’re lucky—a few intermittent swells. The water temperature reaches its peak at about 17 degrees Celsius by the end of summer, with lows of below 8 degrees in winter months.

While we can’t recommend exactly where to surf, we know there are lots of good breaks all around Ireland. Click on the map to find yours.

Ireland’s waters bear the brunt of the Atlantic’s most thunderous moods, and it’s in winter, when wind from close-range North Atlantic storms and low water temperature, makes surfing a much tougher proposition. But hey, isn’t that what Winter wetsuits are for? The shoreline along our coasts presents a series of headlands, flat rock reefs and sand bars that face directly into the Atlantic, which means it is uniquely placed to pick up massive swells from huge low pressure systems traveling across the North Atlantic. Add to this a stunningly beautiful, rugged and undulating coastline that offers a fabulous variety of uncrowded beach, reef and point breaks, with predominantly offshore winds. Whether you are an experienced surfer in search of the big one, or a novice looking to get started in more gentle conditions, there are no shortage of options.

Surfing Etiquette

A lot of surfing etiquette is common sense and after a while becomes second nature to surfers, but here we’ve explained a few rules that we think are important for everyone’s enjoyment and safety in the water. It is a sport practiced in a medium—the ocean—where a human, if rendered helpless, can be literally out of his or her depth, fast.

Right of Way

The surfer closest to the peak of the wave has the right of way. This means if you’re paddling for a right, and a surfer on your left is also paddling for it, you must yield to him or her. If someone is up riding a wave, don’t attempt a late takeoff between the curl/white water and the surfer. If the surfer who’s riding the wave wants to make a cutback they will run right into you! Just because the white water catches up to a surfer riding a wave doesn’t give you permission to take off down the line. Many talented surfers can outrun the section and get back to the face of the wave.

Basic Surfing Etiquette

Don’t Drop In

Never “drop in” on another surfer. “Dropping in” is taking off on a wave in front of another surfer who has right of way.

Learn to respect the ‘line up’ — an informal line of surfers, particular at point and reef breaks where each surfer waits their turn, with the surfer whose turn it is next, sitting deepest. If you are surfing a peak where you have an option to go right or left you must communicate with other surfers in the line up your preferred direction to avoid ‘drop ins’ and also unridden waves.

Paddling Rules

When paddling out, don’t paddle straight through the heart of the lineup where people are surfing. Paddle out through the channel where the waves aren’t breaking and people aren’t surfing. When paddling back out, do not paddle in front of someone riding a wave. You must paddle behind those who are up and riding and take the whitewater hit or duckdive.

Sometimes you’ll just end up in a bad spot and won’t be able to paddle behind a surfer. It’s your responsibility to speed paddle to get over the wave and out of his or her way.

Etiquette is key in a busy ocean. Learn more about what you should and shouldn’t do, including not snaking someone’s wave.

Respect the beach

Don’t litter. Simple as that. Pick up your trash and take it home or dispose of responsibly.

If you make a mistake

Nobody really mentions this, but if you do make a mistake and accidentally drop in or mess up someone’s wave, a quick apology is appreciated, and goes a long way to reducing tension in crowded lineups.

Let’s Go Over Safety Just One More Time

Surfing is an adventure sport and carries with it inherent dangers and risks. This does not mean we cannot enjoy our chosen adventure. But just to make sure we survive to surf another day, please have a look at these recommended safety guidelines.

Don’t Ditch Your Board. This is important, especially when it gets crowded. Always try to maintain control and contact with your board, If you throw your board away and there is someone paddling out behind you, there is going to be carnage.

Never let your surfboard go. Throwing your board and relying on your leash to get through a closeout or a broken wave’s whitewater is a very poor call in all but the least crowded and most critical of circumstances. At all times be responsible for your equipment and respectful of others.

Always help other Surfers, but don’t put yourself in a situation over your head. Two surfers in need of help are in a much worse a state than one.

The nature of any lineup — always moving — means that other surfers may not see a surfer in trouble right away. As a result, it’s very important to react quickly as soon as you see a fellow surfer is in trouble. Signal to other water users, lifeguards and even people on the beach that help is needed, don’t assume someone has seen you. Never leave your board (unless of course it’s the cause of trouble); a big surfboard is much easier to spot from a distance then a little tiny head bobbing in the water!!

Click on this short slideshow, courtesy of Irish Water Safety, on how to protect yourself and other surfers nearby.

Safety Tips

  • Learn how to swim.
  • Get proper instruction at an ISA Approved Surf School or Club.
  • Check local knowledge with lifeguards or experienced surfers.
  • Study the waves and only go out if you are capable in the conditions which prevail. Stick to beaches until you are experienced. Do not be over-confident.
  • Learn to observe the ocean to identify rips, wind changes and other hazards. If caught in a rip always paddle across current to safety.
  • Never go out at night when darkness is approaching.
  • When you "wipeout" do not come to the surface too soon, protect your head with your arms as you come to the surface. Wear a safety helmet.
  • Check your equipment, especially your leash. Remember it is much easier to spot a brightly coloured board and wetsuit at sea in the event of you requiring rescue.
  • Never go out in the surf alone.
  • Check the weather and tides before you paddle out. spring high tides can make entering and exiting the water dangerous.
  • Advise someone ashore where you are going and when you will be back.
  • Have respect for other surfers and don't be afraid to ask for advice.
  • Don't be a hazard to swimmers or other water users. Always check behind you for other water users before abandoning your surfboard to dive under a wave.
  • If you find yourself in difficulty stay calm, do not discard your board, wave your arms in the air to attract attention and shout for help. Do not panic, help will come.

Current Conditions and Forecast

Check the current and forecasted conditions to plan your next surfing outing.


 

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