Stohlquist Torrent LS Paddle Jacket

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Pull on the Stohlquist Torrent Long-Sleeve Paddle Jacket and stay bone dry in your boat or raft. Fully waterproof breathable material breathes so you feel comfortable (not clammy) underneath, and the inside of this material features a smooth lining that glides over your skin instead of sticking.

- Backcountry.com

Stohlquist Torrent Kayak Paddling Jacket - The Torrent splash jacket is a technical yet economically priced splash jacket, offering comfort and high-quality materials for long lasting durability. Eclipse fabric sheds water efficiently and is fully waterproof and highly breathable. The roomy 3-D Freedom cut allows for a full range of motion fit that follows your every move. An adjustable gusseted neoprene collar ensures a comfortable fit. An adjustable waist with a lengthen rear hem substantially improves warmth and dry coverage. When you're looking for a totally waterproof and highly breathable splash jacket to seal out the weather, even in a torrential downpour, look no further than the Torrent. It's just what you need at a great price!

- Outdoorplay

The Torrent LS paddle top is designed to be a waterproof paddling shell with technical features and quality normally found in much higher priced tops. Top end comfort and quality materials provide long lasting durability. 2 1/2"" layer Eclipse fabric with inner coating eliminates cling and glides over skin surface or sweat. Totally waterproof highly breathable fabric seals out the weather, even in an extremely wet down-pour or whitewater flush.Comfortable yet dry adjustable neoprene neck closureAdjustable gusseted skin-in neoprene wrist cuffs keep water from entering wristsConstructed of 6 oz. Eclipse waterproof, breathable 2.5 layer fabricDropped back hem and roomy fit offers coverage while sitting in the kayak, bracing, or leaning forwardTaped seams

- Campmor