NRS Varial Hoodie - Men's

NRS Varial Hoodie - Men's
NRS Varial Hoodie - Men's
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Varial Hoodie - Men's by NRS
The NRS Men's Varial Hoodie is a lightweight pullover with phenomenal sun protection designed for kayak fishing in warmer weather. Its light fabric also wicks moisture, dries quickly, and stretches to ensure comfort from first cast to last. The hood has a fixed face gaiter for extra coverage from harsh sunlight, and the gaiter has laser-cut ventilation holes to keep condensation at a minimum.

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SKU: NRS00C9
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