NRS Youth Rio Splash Jacket

Size: LG
Color: Blue
Sale price$52.95
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The NRS Youth Rio Splash Jacket offers excellent, lightweight protection at a great price. The Youth Rio is the perfect splash jacket for shedding water on raft trips or keeping the kids warm while they paddle in calm water. Pair this top with the NRS Kid Skin for the ultimate warmth or with Kids Hydrosilk for lightweight protection.
    • Material: Urethane coated 210-denier nylon oxford
    • Waterproof: Yes
    • Breathable: No
    • Neck Closure: Adjustable hook-and-loop
    • Wrist Closure: Adjustable hook-and-loop
    • Waist System: Hemmed
    • Double Tunnel: No
    • Pockets: No
    • Latex Neck Gasket: No
    • Latex Wrist Gaskets: No
    • Reflective Detailing: No
    • Gender Sizing: Youth
    • Features: Taped seams, Collar color coded by size

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