NRS HydroSilk Shirt S/S
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In the surf and on the river, on the mountain and the soccer field and the sail boat and the beach... The natural habitat of the NRS Men's Short Sleeve HydroSilk Shirt just happens to be yours too.Light-weight nylon/spandex blend wicks moisture away from the body and dries quickly, keeping you dry and cool.The silky outside and soft inside feel great against the skin and protect against abrasion when you're paddling, rowing or just being active.Athletic styling is form-fitting for easy layering. UV protection-factor of 50+ guards your skin from the sun's harmful rays.Great by itself in hot weather or as a base layer in your cold weather layering system.
- NRS refers to the men's version
In the surf, on the river, mountain, soccer field, or beach, the NRS Men's HydroSilk wicks moisture, dries quickly, and provides UPF 50 sun protection for all-day comfort and function. A great rash guard!
- EMS refers to the men's version
NRS Men's Long Sleeve HydroSilk Shirt - Perfect for layering and sun protection, this ocean-surf inspired rashguard is patterned to conform and stretch for paddling movements. Light-weight nylon/spandex blend wicks moisture away from the body and dries quickly, keeping you dry and cool. The silky outside and soft inside feel great against the skin and protect against abrasion when you're paddling, rowing or just being active. The athletic styling is form-fitting for easy layering. It also features the added benefit of a UPF protectant, providing a sun protection factor of 50. Great by itself in hot weather or as a base layer in your cold weather layering system. The NRS Men's Long Sleeve HydroSilk Shirt belongs in every gear bag!
- Outdoorplay refers to the men's version
The NRS Men's Hydrosilk Short-Sleeve Rash Guard Top protects against chafing, chills, and sunburn during a long day in a raft, kayak, or paddleboard. A combination of nylon and spandex gives the Hydrosilk Rash Guard Top a close, athletic fit that layers easily under your PFD or wetsuit. You can count on the UPF 50-rated protection to shelter your shoulders from the sun. This top increases insulation if you go into the drink and dries quickly when you get back in your boat.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version