The Jack White Water Skirt by Level 6 protects you in the cold, choppy waters off the coast of the Pacific North West, and the rivers and lakes of the New England states. Built with a flexible diamond grid neoprene deck, the Jack creates a warm environment for the lower-half of your body so that you stay mobile throughout spring and fall conditions. And the drawcord-closure rand and urethane glue underside sealing efficiently blocks out the whitecaps and rapids that wash over your kayak. With a super-stretch tunnel construction, the Jack comfortably contours around your torso so you can enjoy long hours out in the water without discomfort. This skirt is designed for all levels of paddlers who enjoy getting on the water in less than ideal conditions and who need protection to maintain warmth and prevent water logging.
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Level 6 Jack Whitewater Skirt
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