Whitewater SUP in the Triton Drysuit!

May 9, 2014

I have finally been getting back into some quality whitewater in the southeast this spring and have had a good chance to test out the Level Six Triton Drysuit!  

A drysuit is prob my favorite piece of technical gear for the river that I own.  Its a must for anyone who wants to take advantage of every season and not have to worry about staying warm and safe on the river.   In a few weeks I will be heading out to Colorado where i will literally live in my drysuit for about a month as the snow melts!  So plain and simple, The Triton drysuit is a very nice design!  Its perfect for sup since it doesn't have a tunnel, its got a very easy soft rubber T-Zip that allow you to enter and exit easily, its nice and roomy for extra layers, and its got bomber construction.  I used it for a week straight on the potomac river in some pretty serious conditions and i stayed dry as a bone.   One thing that i really liked was that the booties were very true to size.  I have used a few suits previously where the booties have tons of extra fabric which can bunch up in your shoes or neoprene booties and cause leaking and serious discomfort.  I was very impressed overall with the suit and am really looking forward to the cold water seasons in Colorado this month.   The Triton will keep me smiling while surfing on the river!  Here are some shots from last weeks session at the Potomac River just outside of DC!   Grab a Triton and get shredding on the River!  

See you on the river, 

Mike T 

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