Named after the nasty plant that chokes the trails leading to and from remote rivers of the Pacific Northwest, the Immersion Research Devil's Club Dry Suit is designed to take abuse day after day on the river and during the hike in. The heavy-duty, three-layer nylon Taslan fabric delivers 30k waterproof protection for long days in the water, yet retains a surprisingly supple hand that keeps things comfortable through your whitewater adventure. The neck and wrist closures are made of latex and feature neoprene coatings to ensure things stay breathable while sealing out the river's cold waters. The hook-and-loop webbing belt lets you cinch the fit tightly to meet your body shape, and the relief zipper lets you answer the call of nature at a moment's notice. Plus, the rear entry zipper stays out of the way for maximum comfort when you need to focus on the route ahead.
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