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BASELAYERS


NRS HYDROSKIN


SPRING SUIT www.nrsweb.com $129.95


The NRS HydroSkin Spring Suit uses 0.5-millimeter Terraprene neoprene to provide the extra warmth you need to stay comfortable in the water without bulky fabric to restrict your mobility. A back zipper won’t scratch your SUP, surf board or chest. The ThermalPlush inner lining increases insulation, repels moisture, and dries quickly, and the titanium laminate adhesive reflects heat back to your body. A DWR coating forces water to bead and roll off the material, reducing evaporative cooling.


NRS RADIANT


3.0 WETSUIT www.nrsweb.com $219.95


The SUP-inspired rear-zipper Radiant 3.0 has three-millimeter Terraprene and titanium laminate adhesive to provide outstanding insulation. NRS’ exclusive VaporLoft lining, which doesn’t absorb water, eliminates clamminess and feels soft and warm against your skin. Its PowerSpan exterior fabric provides unrestricted motion and glued and blind-stitched seams lie smooth against your skin. ToughTex adds protection and durability to the knees and seat. This is NRS’ most comfortable full wetsuit ever.


NRS ULTRA JOHN


3.0 WETSUIT www.nrsweb.com $169.95


The NRS Ultra John Wetsuit has three-millimeter Terraprene and titanium laminate adhesive to provide outstanding insulation. No more cold, damp wetsuit in the morning—their exclusive VaporLoft lining, which doesn’t absorb water, eliminates clamminess and feels soft and warm against your skin. The PowerSpan exterior fabric provides unrestricted motion and its glued and blind-stitched seams lie smooth against your skin. Includes YKK front-relief and ankle zippers. Women’s version also available.


KOKATAT


POLARTEC POWER DRY WOOLCORE


L/S SHIRT www.kokatat.com $74


With the introduction of a new paddling base layer collection, Kokatat is setting the standard for comfort in paddling apparel. WoolCore, a Polartec Power Dry wool/recycled polyester blend fabric, helps regulate body temperature by controlling the rate of evaporative cooling, and combines the warmth of wool with the superior moisture wicking and dry time of polyester. The super-soft, chlorine-free wool is manufactured entirely in the US (wool, fabric, garment assembly).


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