O'Neill Boost Drysuit (Black)

  • Rating: 3.3 out of 5 stars
  • List Price: $419.95


  • 3 layer breathable nylon shell
  • Constructed with durable abrasion resistant nylon
  • Neoprene neck seal
  • Laytex wrist and ankle seals
  • Waterproof horizontal back zip

Product Description

ONEILL BOOST DRYSUIT 2054A05COLOR: BLACK/BLACK/BLACKBreathable nylon shell made of abrasion resistant nylon. Loose fit for maximum rider mobility and comfort. Super dry and extra thick latex ankle and wrist seals are more durable and keep you drier than those on less expensive suits. Waterproof horizontal back zipper. ChafeFree smooth skin neoprene neck seal keeps you dry and is much more comfortable than drysuits with latex neck seals. Have you ever pulled a latex neck seal over your hair? If so you will know that neoprene is the only way to go unless you are a barefooter. All seams are fully taped to provide greater durability. The O'Neill boost Drysuit also features builtin suspenders so that you can remove the neck seal while waiting in the boat or on shore. You can find a less expensive drysuit but you can not find a better option.Other features Include:Nylon panels with PVC backingFit designed for additional layeringRemovable leg cinches


The O'Neill Boost Drysuit is ideal for any cold-water sports. With a roomy design that allows for layering and optimum mobility, the Boost is constructed with durable abrasion resistant nylon. The nylon panels have watertight PVC backing, yet maintain breathability. The back zipper is waterproof and the seams are taped for added strength. Extra thick latex ankle and wrist seals guarantee that the water won't get in and are more comfortable and reliable than less sturdy versions. The smooth skin neoprene neck creates a seal without abrasion, is easy to pull on and off, and is durable and resilient. The Boost is also equipped with built-in suspenders to hold the suit up when the neck seal is off. The O'Neill Boost is a high-quality dry suit, designed for those who don't want to take any chances in frigid waters.


  • Nylon panels with PVC backing
  • Abrasion resistant nylon
  • Loose fit
  • Removable leg cinches
  • Extra thick latex ankle and wrist seals
  • Waterproof horizontal back zipper
  • Chafe-Free smooth skin neoprene neck
  • Fully taped seams
  • Built-in suspenders

About O'Neill
Sometime around 1952, Jack O'Neill opened the first surf shop in a garage across the Great Highway. He shaped a few balsa surfboards and sold accessories like paraffin wax and few vests (glued together from neoprene). When the vests started selling, Jack decided to go into the wetsuit business. His friends laughed. They asked him what he planned to do for business after the handful of surfers in the area had bought one. Jack said he'd cross that bridge when he got to it.

Product Detail

  • Item model number: 2054
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