NRS HydroSkin Vest
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Kayaking, snorkeling, or needing some protection from a chill in the water, the NRS Women's HydroSkin Vest is the perfect way to add extra warmth and still look great. A cut specifically designed for women is comfortable and looks great.The 0.5-mm Terraprene(TM) core provides great insulation. A titanium laminate adhesive reflects your body's heat back to you, increasing warmth without adding bulk. The 4-way stretch PowerSpan(TM) outer fabric layer moves with your body for unrestricted mobility and comfort. The ThermalPlush(TM) inner lining is super comfortable, repels moisture and dries quickly. DWR coating forces water to "bead" and roll off the material, reducing evaporative cooling.
NRS Womenâ??s HydroSkin Kayak Vest - The perfect addition to your gear bag, the NRS womenâ??s HydroSkin kayak vest is warm by itself on cool days, and makes an ideal mid-weight addition between a thermal inner layer and a windproof outer shell. Terraprene is warmer, lighter, and more comfortable than traditional oil-based neoprenes. PowerSpan adds 4-way stretch for greater comfort and support. A titanium laminate adhesive aids in body heat retention, adding to HydroSkinâ??s superior versatility as either an outer or a base layer. The ThermalPlush inner lining increases insulation, repels moisture and dries quickly, while the DWR coating forces water to "bead" and roll off the material. Wear it alone in the warmer months or as part of a layering system when the temperature drops. Whether, kayaking, snorkeling, or needing some protection from a chill in the water, the NRS Women's HydroSkin Vest is the perfect way to add extra warmth and still look great.
Keep your core warm without wearing multiple bulky layers - the NRS HydroSkin Vest uses a neoprene core surrounded in a PowerSpan outer sheath to insulate your body while still allowing you to move and stretch while you're cold-weather paddling.
- Mountain Gear