Retailers' Descriptions

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Features of the NRS Men's H2Core Lightweight Pant Same comfort and breathability as Silkweight fabrics, but with more warmth and protection Performance fabrics breathe freely and wick moisture Polyester/spandex blend H2Core Lightweight Technical fabric retains warmth, wicks moisture and provides advanced sun protection Soft, High-stretch material provides unrestricted motion and the grid-interior allows for more airflow, letting excess moisture escape Form Fitting for comfortable layering under Boardshorts or Technical outerwear Features a drawcord with barrel-lock adjustment and fly opening UPF 50+

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

NRS Men's H2Core Lightweight Pants - The NRS Men's H2Core Lightweight Pants the breathable pants can be worn under drywear for extra insulation or pair with boardshorts to take advantage of their advanced sun protection. Form-fitting for comfort this midweight base layer is so comfy, you'll end up lounging around camp in them too.

- Outdoorplay refers to the men's version

NRS Paddle Bottoms H2Core Lightweight Pants - Men's Gunmetal S 1012203100. This midweight base layer is so comfy you'll end up lounging around camp in them too. Features/Specifications H2Core Lightweight technical fabric retains warmth wicks moisture and provides advanced sun protection. Soft high-stretch material provides unrestricted motion and the grid-interior allows for more airflow letting excess moisture escape. Form fitting for comfortable layering under boardshorts or technical outerwear. Features a drawcord with barrel-lock adjustment and fly opening. UPF 50+

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

The NRS Men's H2Core Lightweight Pant thrives on the river whether you're wearing it as a baselayer for frigid raft trips or by itself for comfortably cool kayaking sessions. Its polyester and spandex blend breathes, wicks moisture, and provides some stretch for unimpeded mobility. NRS also added a drawcord at the waist for a secure fit under your dry suit.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

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