Charge your favorite froth in the Stohlquist Women's FreePlay Dry Top. With a roomy, women-specific cut, it's designed for all-around river running, with a seriously burly layer of waterproofing that'll keep you dry whether you're getting deep or just cruising. The four-layer Twin Sensor fabric features a water-blocking nylon shell coated with a DWR finish, hydrophobic outer membrane, and hydrophilic inner membrane that act in concert to allow water vapor to pass through without letting anything in. The fully taped seams are double or triple-sewn for rugged waterproofing, and neoprene-coated Duraseal latex at the neck and wrists provides a secure seal with extra UV resistance. To keep you from soaking from the top down, Stohquist built in a mesh drainage panel at the base of the neck panel to help shed surface moisture, while the integrated Gripp-Loc skirt tunnel mates with your sprayskirt via burly hook-and-loop attachments. A zippered arm pocket holds small essentials, and reflective accents provide visibility in low light conditions. For all your fast-water adventures, from rapids to eddies to long, easy paddles in the sun, the Freeplay has you covered.
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