Extreme Kayak Drysuit
|NRS Extreme Drysuit - The Extreme Drysuit from NRS is built super tough for those boaters who compulsively brave the most challenging waters, whatever the weather. The durable, yet highly breathable TriTon fabric is 100% waterproof and with reinforced Cordura seat and knees the Extreme is ready to battle every rock, stick and thorn you encounter. Durable latex wrist gaskets, neck gaskets and socks keep water out while adjustable polyurethane-coated Lycra overcuffs protect the gaskets and seal over footwear and gloves. A heavy-duty YKK waterproof zipper opens wide for easy entry and a shock-cord waist adjustment allows for a more custom fit. Reflective piping along the arm and shoulder seams provides increased visibility in low light conditions. With the NRS Extreme Drysuit you'll welcome a boating season that never ends!
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The NRS Extreme Drysuit is my first drysuit. I researched other drysuits on the market and this suit is amazing not only cost wise, but durability. This is a warm, waterproof and very well made suit. I just did a dry run in my tub testing it for leaks and warmth. I filled my tub up with ice cold water and proceded to enter the tub releasing air pockets within the suit as I submerged into the cold water. My conclusions of this suit: Submerging my neck seal, wrist seal area and feet for more than five minutes, the suit did not leak at all. The suit is very warm and very well made. I am 6'2" 220 lbs., and I ordered the suit in XL. It is true to fit with plenty of room for extra warm layers underneath. I couldn't be happier with my purchase of my NRS Extreme Drysuit.
Los Angeles, CA
Amazing waterproof suit. Tough material is 100% completely waterproof with no sharp hardware to worry about puncturing your raft To give you a sizing idea, at 6' tall 165lbs I purchased this suit in a large and it fits nicely over a thin base layer. I used it yesterday to go rafting and as a beginner, dry gear and full safety gear were required. I did not want to wear someone else's rental suit and found this one to be an affordable alternative. I was comfortable all day wearing it along with the rest of the gear (perhaps a little dorky at times with the bright orange helmet and life jacket over it). Air temps were around 50 and river temperature was quite a bit colder but I remained warm and dry. A note to the wise, without a relief zipper the only option is going to be removing your PFD and climbing halfway out of the suit when you have to go. I learned rather quickly that no relief zipper meant NO RELIEF on the water and having to wait several hours until I could "safely" remove my gear. Generally not a huge problem for me but being on the water sliding around on a wet raft does tend to make one think about it a bit more. Same suit is also available with a relief zip and one can be professionally added to this suit if needed. No stars off for my own choice though.
New York State
Extreme Drysuit by NRS for Kayaking
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