Immersion Research Nano Short-Sleeve Paddle Jacket - Men's

Immersion Research Nano Short-Sleeve Paddle Jacket - Men's
Immersion Research Nano Short-Sleeve Paddle Jacket - Men's
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Nano Short-Sleeve Paddle Jacket - Men's by Immersion Research
Despite its light weight and short sleeves, the Nano Paddle Jacket by Immersion Research keeps you dry and warm while you make your way out of the whitecaps or navigate through class IV rapids through spring and fall. This jacket is ideal for when the weather starts to rise, but water temperatures are still freezinga"with it's breathable construction and short sleeves to prevent you from overheating, and three-layers of waterproof polyester to keep you dry, you can easily get a jump start on your paddling season. Neoprene bicep cuffs, collar, and waistband keep water at bay without being restrictive on the body, and the extra wide waistband fits comfortably with your spray skirt.

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SKU: IMR001X
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