NRS Crux Drysuit - Men's

NRS Crux Drysuit - Men's
NRS Crux Drysuit - Men's
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Crux Drysuit - Men's by NRS
When the flows peak this spring, don the NRS Men's Crux Drysuit. A 4-layer Eclipse shell gives this drysuit remarkable waterproof, breathable protection, and it's also stretchy to ensure freedom of movement. The neoprene overskirt features a double-pull hook-and-loop closure to fit over your sprayskirt tightly, while top-quality latex wraps around your neck and wrists for a watertight seal. An additional layer of neoprene protects the volcano-style, self-draining neck gasket while polyurethane enhances the wrist gaskets' durability. NRS also added TIZIP MasterSeal waterproof zippers at the entry and relief openings to add convenience without hindering the Crux's waterproof protection. Additionally, reinforcements in the seat and legs ensure long-lasting durability. And, not to mention, the included drysocks are made from the same Eclipse fabric as the drysuit, so you know you can trust them when you take your first step into chilly rivers this spring.

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SKU: NRS008D
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