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We take our commitment to product quality seriously. Our drysuits in particular are legendary for their durability and longevity with many of our customers getting a full lifetime of use out of their BARE drysuit before passing it on to a friend or family member. This has allowed us to offer something that no other drysuit manufacturer has been able to do: a LIFETIME GUARANTEE on seams and workmanship. Much more than a warranty, BARE is the first and only drysuit manufacturer to offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. Except for normal wear and tear, misuse or negligence, BARE will honor all claims against seams and workmanship for the life of the drysuit worldwide. Even if you're not the original owner, you're covered.
DRYSUIT MATERIALS WARRANTY
BARE drysuit materials are covered by a 2-year warranty. The warranty does not cover damage caused by normal wear and tear, misuse or negligence. The warranty is limited to repair or replacement, at BARE's option, and where permitted by law does not include consequential or incidental damages. This warranty is rendered invalid by unauthorized repairs.
We've been making drysuits for over 30 years and have supplied Coast Guards and technical divers with some of their most trusted gear. Here are a few of the innovative things within the BARE drysuit line.
This technology makes suits without a single seam stitch. Instead, seams are double-glued and heat taped inside and out. This BARE exclusive delivers superior performance and maximizes the life of your drysuit.
The patented ATR system provides amazing flexibility when you're bending, kneeling and reaching upward. It works by maintaining a tucked fold in the center of the suit allowing the top and bottom to move independently of each other. This great feature eliminates the need for a cumbersome crotch strap.
For both Trilam HD Tech Dry and Pro Dry, butyl rubber is sandwiched between two layers of fabric to create a durable and flexible fabric.
Using hot air, a polyurethane coated tape is applied to a sewn seam. This activates the glue on the tape, combining the seam and tape into a weld. The combination actually becomes stronger than the surrounding material-creating an unbreakable seam.