Anyway, back to the wetsuit drying test. So as we were staying in a pretty nice hotel, we didn’t want to walk through with sandy wet wetsuits. I threw them in the Elite Dry Bag and carried them through the swanky place without even leaving a grain of sand on the expensive carpets. So with the estimated wetsuit drip drying time of between 4-6 hours (geek I know), I knew my suit would be ready to wear the following morning, and I could hang it anywhere in the room and not worry about it dripping on the carpet. But to give it that extra something something, I hung it above the radiator to make it nice and warm for me… it was needed, we were scraping ice off the car to get to the surf. So all in all, my little Dry Bag test went pretty well! I took a second wetsuit as I didn’t want to put on a wet one the second day, but I didn’t even take it out the travel bag. The Dry Bag works well and is very handy while on the road. I’ll be using at home as well so I don’t have to hang my suit in the shower all the time. Win.
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