NRS Explorer Paddling Drysuit

NRS Explorer Paddling Drysuit
NRS Explorer Paddling Drysuit
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Explorer Paddling Drysuit by NRS
If you're looking to paddle all day long, possibly go for an accidental swim, and/or have to wade the boat out, the NRS Explorer Paddling Drysuit is the answer. 4-layer Eclipse fabric seals out water without trapping in vapor, so you can cruise over the water without turning into a floating sauna. The rear entry zipper improves flexibility, reduces stress on the zipper, and doubles as a vent for when portaging gets too hot. In the balance of waterproofing and comfort, NRS tipped the scales slightly toward comfort by giving the Explorer a neoprene neck gaiter that still keeps out most of the water but won't make you feel strangled all day. The single-seam design of the lower half minimizes wear on both the suit and you, adding comfort and durability so you can take the Explorer on many adventures to come.

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