Stohlquist EZ Drysuit

Cold-weather water sports just got more fun.

Whatever your cold-weather water adventures entail, the EZ Drysuit from Stohlquist is up to the task at hand. This drysuit features 4-layer Twin Sensor membrane that is designed to fight off water efficiently, to create a great all-around drysuit. The outer layer of nylon is treated with a DWR to help repel water, then another layer is given a polyurethane coating for even more moisture-management. On the inside is a nylon tricot liner that is soft and comfortable against your skin, preventing any discomfort or chafing throughout the day.

Neoprene neck and wrist gaskets, bolstered by Duraseal latex, help to create a very effective seal against any intruding liquids. To make getting in and out of this beast is simple, Stohlquist used its MasterSeal cross-chest entry that is not only easy to operate, but makes absolutely sure that no errant water gets in.

When things get a bit hairy on your latest adventure, you can rely on the articulated, armored knees to help you move freely and to protect you from what may come. Since not all adventures take place in the light of day, Stohlquist added reflective accents to help keep you safe wherever your adventures take you. Fabric drysocks add another level of comfort to an already fantastic suit.

  • 4-layer Twin Sensor membrane
  • Nylon shell with DWR treatment
  • Polyurethane coating
  • Nylon tricot lining
  • Neoprene neck gasket
  • Duraseal latex neck and wrist gaskets
  • MasterSeal cross-chest entry
  • Articulated, padded knees
  • Reflective accents
  • Fabric drysocks
  • Reviews
  • Q & A
Unanswered Question

I wonder if the small mens would be suitable for a woman 5'7" and 135 pounds. I don't see sizing in the tech specs and wonder if the neck would leak if it wasn't just right.


What is the weight of the EZ (average)? Men's medium ideally.

Hey Chad,

This suit in a medium is going to weigh 2.76 lbs.


Works Great

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Fits as described. Kept me warm and dry in 40 degree water with 45 degree air temp. It's as good as many of my friend's suits that cost twice as much.