Manufacturer's Description

Visit NRS's Men's WaveLite Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens just can't compete with the stretchy fleece of our NRS WaveLite(TM) line. This versatile thermal underlayer retains body heat while wicking moisture away from your skin.Polartec(R) Power Stretch(R) fleece provides warmth, wicking and comfort.4-way stretch fabric cut especially for a woman's body allows for a snug and pleasant fit without sacrificing mobility.Quick drying fabric helps wick away moisture to keep you warm and comfortable.Double-stitched seams will withstand years of use and abuse.

- NRS refers to the women's version

NRS Women's WaveLite Kayak Pants - Complete your thermal layering system with the Women's WaveLite Kayak Pants from NRS. These mid-weight pants are the ideal addition to your cold-weather paddling gear. Made of 4-way stretch Polartec Power Stretch fleece, these quick drying kayaking pants are soft and amazingly warm to keep you toasty inside your dry pants, ski pants or sleeping bag. The form-fitting design and allow layering without the added bulk of other mid-weight pants and the quick drying fabric helps wick away moisture to keep you warm and comfortable. An elastic waistband and a women's specific cut ensure the perfect fit. And they dry quickly so that you're ready for the next day's adventure. Yeah, these aren't your daddy's long underwear. Say goodbye to itchy wool and clammy cotton and say hello to NRS Women's WaveLite Kayak Pants!

- Outdoorplay refers to the women's version

For the paddler that doesn't bat an eye at spending time in frigid locales, NRS made the Wavelite pant. Slide your legs into the all-over comfort of the extra thick 4-way stretch nylon and spandex fleece that provides excellent coldwater protection by trapping body heat within its high loft.

- Mountain Gear refers to the women's version

NRS WaveLite Pant

$69.95 (men's)

The NRS WaveLite Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 17, 2014 at Outdoorplay.

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