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NRS High Tide Jacket

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$219.00
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Product Description

When conditions change, you need adaptable protection from wind, splash and rain. No need to pack a splash jacket and a rain jacket, the NRS High Tide has you covered.

  • When the rain hits, the wind kicks up or the sun comes out, the High Tide Jacket lets you adjust on the fly.
  • Half-zip entry makes it easy to put on in the boat and allows efficient ventilation.
  • The articulated hood has three adjustment points for a snug, windproof fit and a flexible bill to keep the drips off your nose.
  • Lightweight HyproTex™ material provides waterproof-breathable protection while being flexible for paddling and easy to stow.
  • A generous splashproof sleeve pocket provides accessible storage even when you're wearing your life jacket.
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop sleeve cuffs help block spray and paddle drip.
  • The waist secures with an adjustable drawcord, and silicone grip on the hem helps keep it in place.
Material: 40-denier, 2.5 layer HyproTex™
Neck Closure: Splashproof zipper collar
Sleeve Closure:    Adjustable polyurethane hook-and-loop closures
Waist System: Adjustable drawcord and silicone grip in hem
Colour: Citron (lemon yellow)

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How to measure:

  1. Chest/Bust: With arms down at your sides, measure around the largest part of the chest, generally across the nipples.How to measure
  2. Waist: Measure around natural waistline, allowing tape measure to sit comfortably.

Tips for taking accurate measurements:

  • It's best to have a friend or family member do the measuring.
  • Use a cloth measuring tape. If you don't have one, use a cord (or an NRS strap!) and transfer that to a tape measure.
  • Measure in your street clothes; we size technical outerwear pieces like drysuits and dry tops to include room for layering underneath.
  • Stand up straight and relax.

Suggestions on sizing when your measurements cross into different size categories:

  • With wetsuits, your weight is the best "tiebreaker" when measurements cross sizes. Remember, wetsuits need to fit snugly to be efficient at excluding water and holding in warmth.
  • In looser fitting garments like drysuits, splash jackets, etc, look first at the height, then at the weight for a tiebreaker.
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