The SR140 Dry Suit is an extremely robust made to measure dry suit used in swift water rescue and search and rescue. Customers for this suit come from various emergency services (Police, Fire and Rescue, RNLI, Coastguard etc) and other industrial sectors.
All seams are single stitched and hand taped for a longer lasting watertight seam.
The SR140 dry suit is made from Nylon N140 high wear trilaminate fabric in a range of colours.
Each dry suit comes with a FREE suit bag.
This dry suit is made to measure for maximum comfort. You can also add neoprene seals, braces, bekina safety boots or change the zips.
We sell two versions of the SR140 Dry Suit:
SR140F (front zip)SR140R (rear zip)
We also sell a standard size version of this dry suit.
If you need any further details, please do not hesitate to either call us on 01474 704 123 or email email@example.com.
Nylon N140 high wear tri-laminate fabric.
160g/sqm nylon outer, 140g/sqm butyl liner, 70g/sqm nylon inner.
Red and Black or Yellow and Black (see images left).
Latex bellows neck seal fitted as standard.
Neoprene neck seal - 2mm (see prices below)
Neoprene seals are more comfortable, last longer and are warmer. The downside is that as they don't stretch anywhere near as much as latex, so if you have a small neck they are very difficult to get over your head, e.g. for women and children.
Latex wrist seals fitted as standard.
The SR140 is fitted with wrist gaitors.
Neoprene wrist seals - 2mm (see prices below)
Neoprene seals last longer, are warmer and are more comfortable.
Although these are slightly more comfortable you don't tend to notice the difference you get with the neck.
8bdm (8 teeth per inch) neoprene coated dry zip fitted as standard.
(Fitted across our range as standard as they are strong enough without being too restrictive)
You choose whether you want the front entry zip SR140F or rear entry zip SR140R dry suit.
The Rear Zip is easier to get into, but very difficult to do up yourself, whereas the front zip is harder to don, but you can obviously zip it up and unzip yourself easily.
If you are using the suit on your own the front zip is a better option, but if you have someone around who can zip and unzip you the rear is better.
Fly Zip/Convenience Zip 11" 8bdm (see prices below)
A fly zip will allow you to relieve yourself without having to remove your suit, great if you spend a long time in your suit.
We also now fit them for women when they use in conduction with a shewee.
There is a double layer of N140 fabric over the seat, knee and shin area to protect the dry suit.
Latex socks are as standard.
The SR140 is fitted with ankle gaitors.
Bekina Steplight X Safety Boots (see prices below)
With steel toe and midsole fitted.
Waist is elasticated at the rear.
These are not fitted as standard as they are not always needed and can possibly get in the way.
Elasticated braces (see prices below)
Braces with quick release adjustable buckles can be of use if you need to take down the top of your suit without removing the whole dry suit.
This drawstring suit bag is FREE with your dry suit.
To order this product, fill in your requirements and either order securely online or print out a measurement chart (688kb pdf) and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send by post.
Please note, all drysuits, whether made to measure or standard sizes, are manufactured to order. No stock is held in-house to enable you to customise your own drysuit.