NRS HydroSkin Pant

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Everyone deserves a second skin. And there is none better suited to a wet environment than NRS HydroSkin, which is quickly becoming the hottest thing in comfortable, active-stretch paddling apparel. New technology enables the production of an ultra-thin neoprene (0.5 mm thick or one half the thickness of a dime). NRS combines with a layer of TiCoat insulation for increased warmth.

- Altrec Outdoors

Designed for action, this lightweight wet pant offers paddlers superb range of motion. Wear it by itself or as part of a layering system for warmth and comfort in any conditions.


NRS HydroSkin(R) pants are unmatched in fit and range of motion. They're warm when worn alone, and they stretch to fit comfortably over another thermal layer when it's really cold. High-cut waist with draw cord will prevent ride-down in the back when you are sitting. ThermalPlush(TM) inner lining increases insulation, repels moisture and dries quickly. Titanium adhesive aids in body heat retention. DWR coating causes water to bead and roll off.


For everyone from paddlers to surfers, Hydroskin is the perfect solution for the "in between" days when a full wet suit would be too warm, but you need some extra protection from wind, spray and cold water. Lightweight .5 mm neoprene insulates you from cool air and water, and it stretches for complete freedom of movement. ThermalPlush polyester fleece lining feels good against your skin, so you stay comfortable on longer paddling trips. LYCRA elastane underarm gussets provide outstanding freedom of movement and help prevent chafing. Imported.

- L.L.Bean

NRS Men's HydroSkin Pant


The NRS Men's HydroSkin Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 1, 2014 at EMS.

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