Fall might mean the end of the kayaking season for most but there's still some whitewater left for you to play in, and the Stohlquist Men's FreePlay Dry Top lets you do it comfortably even in the most extreme cold. Its Twin Sensor shell places a waterproof barrier between you and the cold water with four layers of nylon fabrics, DWR treatments, and two separate membranes. While the exterior, microporous membrane prevents water from passing through, the interior, hydrophilic laminate absorbs your body's moisture and transports it away from your skin in order to increase the top's breathability. Stohlquist also added Duraseal latex wrist gaskets, which are a lot softer than conventional latex gaskets, while the neoprene collar helps seal out the wetness with extraordinary breathability and the mesh drainage dumps out any water after epic tweeter-fests. Stohlquist gave its FreePlay a roomy athletic fit for full mobility that you appreciate during your paddling sessions, and hook-and-loop tabs at the waist and wrists let you customize the top for your ideal fit. Its Gripp-Loc skirt tunnel accommodates your spray skirt without any openings. Double and triple sewn seams keep the top durable for a long time, and reflective accents help keep you visible to your friends if you get lost in the water.
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