Arch Rival Rear Zip Drysuit - Men's by Immersion Research
When you don't want to mess with a constrictive tunnel on a cold flatwater day, turn to immersion Research's Arch Rival Rear Zip drysuit to keep you covered. Redesigned for 2019, the new and improved suit has an ergonomic cut that removes excess fabric and uses a three-layer nylon shell construction that keeps you dry. With a more tailored fit and reliable cold water coverage, you can confidently tackle any water on your touring adventure. The shell's DWR finish repels water from the outside while the nylon taslan fabric's breathability reduces the potential for muggy buildup on the inside. The YKK AquaSeal rear-entry zipper and front relief zipper offer extra dry reinsurance as they fend off moisture while also making for convenient removal at camp or simply answering nature's call on the water. Feel comfortable planning for full days of paddling with this simple yet solid dry suit that will help you perform your best and enjoy the water. Even when rocky water access abounds this suit has your back, with the Devil's Club nylon seat and knee reinforcements that double the suits durability against rock abrasion and rogue sticks.
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