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Dinghy Sailing kit

Rooster stock a great range of dinghy sailing clothing that will keep you protected on the waters for both competition and recreational sailors. View the range below. 

Dinghy Sailing Kit Favourites

Our very origin, our bread and butter and expertise comes from the technical and liberating world of dinghy sailing. With years of experience, research, development and immense enthusiasm for developing kit on the water, our range of dinghy sailing clothing and it is designed to keep you warm in the cold, dry in the spray and protected in the wind.

Our popular Aquafleece® range is a particular favourite amongst sailors, developed in a number of different styles to suit, men, women and juniors and sets our precedent as an accessible and quality kit that is sustainably made and well researched for the dinghy sailor.

Browse the full range of dinghy sailing clothing below.

Dinghy Sailing KIT GUIDES

Hiking kit tailored to your style

Learn about our hiking systems and technology

Layering Guide

Make the most out of your kit through our specialised layering system

dinghy sailing clothing

All Dinghy Sailing Clothing

The best kit to wear on your boat

Base Layers

What to wear under your wetsuit


Dinghy Sailing Wetsuits for Men, Women and Juniors




Protect your assets


Getting around the boat park

Handy extras & clever dinghy sailing innovations


Superior grip and thermal innovations

Boots & Socks

Dinghy sailing footwear


Headwear on the water

Buoyancy Aids

Safety on the water

Top Dinghy Sailing Blogs

Over the years we have collated and written a vast selection of blogs and videos

These are based on questions that come in, clever hacks, new products and feedback We pride ourselves on our ability to educate our community in dinghy sailing kit, techniques and expertise... Check out more from the Rooster blog here