NRS Stampede Shorty Play Jacket

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit NRS's Stampede Shorty Play Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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The NRS Stampede Shorty delivers big on those warmer paddling days when a full drytop is overkill but you still want protection from water and wind. Now in bomber 4-layer Eclipse(TM) material. 4-layer Eclipse fabric, with its proprietary waterproof-breathable barrier and NanosphereA(R) DWR finish lock water out while letting moisture escape. The supple polyester microfiber shell allows frictionless paddling with superior resistance to puncture and abrasion. Short sleeve design frees your arms while still protecting your body's core from cold and wetness. An alternative to more constricting latex gaskets, punch-through neoprene GlideSkin(TM) neck and arm seals provide all-day comfort while still keeping most water out. HyproTex(TM) inner skirt and 3" double-pull waist mate with your sprayskirt to keep you and your kayak's cockpit dry. Fully taped seams ensure dryness and durability. A splashproof, zippered shoulder pocket keeps on-the-water essentials close at hand.


Features of the NRS Stampede Shorty Jacket Punch-through neoprene Glide-Skin neck gasket, punch-through neoprene arm cuffs Coated ripstop nylon inner tunnel and 3in. grippy double-pull hookand- loop waist closure Factory-taped seams for ultra-waterproof protection Ultra-breathable fabric keeps your inner layers dry while you play

- Moosejaw

When temperatures start soaring in mid-summer stay comfortable on the water in the NRS Men's Stampede Shorty Play Jacket. Its breathable Eclipse fabric and short-sleeve design keep you from overheating when the sun's beating down, while still protecting your core from getting soaked and shivering when you're blasting through whitewater.


The NRS Stampede Shorty comes up big on those warmer paddling days when a full drytop is overkill but you still need protection from water and wind.