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apparel


HANDS and FEET NRS


SHOCK


SOCK www.nrsweb.com $44.95


The NRS Shock Sock fits well in tight kayaks, gives solid footing on shore and works great as an SUP shoe. Three-millimeter Terraprene provides outstanding insulation. Stretchy rubber stabilizing bands provide lateral support without adding bulk. A flexible reinforcing shim in the sole protects your foot from rocks and adds torsion stability. The grippy rubber soles provide on-shore traction and protection. The eight-inch high HydroCuff extends past wetsuit and drysuit cuffs for easy integration.


LEVEL SIX FLUX


GLOVE www.levelsix.com $21.99


From Level Six’s extensive line of paddling accessories, the Flux is the choice glove for the light user. It is an economical glove yet features a sticky gel-printed palm and secure wrist strap and is constructed from two-millimeter Micro Plush neoprene for warmth and comfort.


BOTTOMS LEVEL SIX


A-FRAME www.levelsix.com $69.99


The pinnacle of short fabric integration, the A-Frame features a stretch neoprene panel through the legs and back, stretching where you need it most. Built for any water sport from kayaking to SUP, it increases freedom of body movement in a variety of situations. The A-Frame is only one example from a range of technical shorts from Level Six that are designed specifically for paddlers.


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WOMEN’S EDGE SPLASH


PANTS www.nrsweb.com $104.95


For comfort, style and waterproof performance, you can’t beat NRS Women’s Edge Splash Pants. Relaxed fit lets you move and add layers beneath. Highly breathable, super-durable HyproTex fabric keeps you dry and comfortable. It has extra fabric in seat and knees for added toughness. Its three-inch wide waistband has raw neoprene for extra grip, plus a double-pull waist cinch. The inner hook-and-loop ankle cuff cinches over your shoe and the outer hook-and- loop ankle cover doubles the splash protection.


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