NRS Women's Hydroskin 0.5 Short-Sleeve Shirt


Color: Graphite/Harbor
Size: XS
Price:
Sale price$99.95

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Description

It's 80 degrees out, you're riding the bull and the guide goes full throttle into a massive wave of chilly water, you may want the NRS Women's HydroSkin 0.5 Short-Sleeve Shirt on. Designed to keep your core warm on those hot days in cold water.

Features:
  • Premium nylon-spandex exterior sheds water and provides optimal stretch while the soft, smooth and hydrophobic interior provides insane next-to-skin comfort.
  • NRS Rashguard panels under the arms for increased breathability.
  • 0.5 mm Terraprene™ neoprene with heat-reflecting titanium locks in your body's warmth.
  • Form fit restricts water entry, enhancing the insulation properties.
  • Paddler-specific cut combines with friction-free seams to enhance paddling performance and comfort.

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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