Immersion Research Royale Rand Spray Skirt

Immersion Research Royale Rand Spray Skirt
Immersion Research Royale Rand Spray Skirt
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Royale Rand Spray Skirt by Immersion Research
Designed and tested by the world's best whitewater kayakers, the Immersion Research Royale Rand Spray Skirt prevents implosion during big drops and high-volume flows. As the ultimate spray skirt for big-water, this whitewater skirt combines the dryness of a Klingon skirt with the unrelenting grip of a rand. Enhancing safety during big drops with immediate consequences downstream, the skirt's tri-fin rubber rand and sticky silicone lining prevent implosion, keeping your deck nice and secure. The designers at Immersion Research extended the deck neoprene by two inches past the rand to offer superior dryness on a wide variety of rim shapes. Additionally, you'll appreciate the skirt's Kevlar-reinforced front casing for enhanced durability, high-visibility grab loop, and glued, taped, blind-stitched seams.

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SKU: IMR000S
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