NRS Defender Drysuit

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Retailers' Descriptions

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NRS Defender Drysuit - The Defender Drysuit by NRS keeps rescue professionals and boaters warm and dry at a fraction of what most drysuits cost. Durable and reliable, you won't find a better drysuit value than the Defender. This basic drysuit is an affordable alternative for rescue teams and for recreational boaters who want to upgrade from a wetsuit. It is constructed with 210-denier urethane-coated nylon material is tough and completely waterproof. Heavy-duty latex socks combine with latex neck and wrist gaskets to seal out water. Top-quality watertight entry zipper ensures dryness. The Defender also sports a relief zipper which definitely has its place in the world. The waist adjusts with a webbing belt with side-pinch buckle cinches up the waist. Reflective stripes on arms improve low-light visibility.

- Outdoorplay

The NRS Defender Drysuit is your best choice for a basic suit. Whether you're a boater who's occasionally testing cold water or a rescue professional looking for a bargain, this can be your best defense.This basic drysuit is an affordable alternative for rescue teams and for recreational boaters who want to upgrade from a wetsuit. 210-denier urethane-coated nylon material is tough and completely waterproof. You will appreciate the convenience of the relief zipper. Heavy-duty latex socks combine with latex neck and wrist gaskets to seal out water.Top-quality watertight entry zipper ensures dryness.A webbing belt with side-pinch buckle cinches up the waist.Reflective stripes on arms improve low-light visibility.

- NRS

NRS Defender Drysuit

previously retailed for:
$595.00 - $599.95

The NRS Defender Drysuit is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 16, 2013 at Outdoorplay.

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