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We’re stoked to have Siyanda Hewitt on Team dryrobe®! Siyanda is an exciting young grom who grew up in South Africa but is now based near Croyde, just around the corner from dryrobe® HQ.
The talented 14-year-old has been making waves in the British surf scene and has surfing in his blood. Siyanda’s father, Tom, founded Surfers Not Street Children, an incredible charity that uses the intrinsic therapeutic value of surfing to change the lives of vulnerable children in South Africa and Mozambique.
After taking a year out to focus on his free surfing, Siyanda is back competing. We’re excited to be supporting him as his career progresses to the next level.
Siyanda's Favourite Products
A small selection of organisations we are proud to supply and work with
We're stoked to be the official changing robe partner of The Wave, we supply custom branded dryrobe® Advance change robes to keep their staff covered.
We have worked with Surfing England as it has evolved over the years to provide the upcoming surfing talent with the best kit available.
Neptune Steps is one of the most brutal swim events out there. Red Bull use custom event dryrobe® Advance changing robes in the UK and Sweden
We supply GoPro with co-branded dryrobe® Advance change robes to look after their ambassadors and athletes.
The Royal Life Saving Society use dryrobe® for their staff and to treat cold water victims.
We supply Extreme with custom branded dryrobe® Advance changing robes to keep their athletes and ambassadors covered.
Surfers Against Sewage 250 Club - a powerful network of business leaders, driving forward a movement of change.
We're proud to work with Surfers Not Street Children to support the work they do changing lives through surfing.
Team GB surf lifesaving use dryrobe® as official team kit while competing at the highest level at National and international events.
We're proud to support the Wave Project in the incredible work they do changing young people's lives through surf therapy.
Carve Surfing Magazine
Very impressed. Highly recommended. An invaluable tool for winter surfing.
Michael Woodsmall - Thrillist
The best cold water surf gear you can buy. You might even be tempted to skip the clothes after you're done taking off your wetsuit.
Essentially the beast of all change robes, designed to withstand devastatingly inclement winters in the UK and Ireland and beyond.
Andrew Cotton - Pro Surfer
A dryrobe is a must for those cold mid-winter changes and also rests between sessions.