NRS Women's HydroSkin 1.5 Jacket
Item: 15039.01 | Product Description »
- A convenient front-entry zipper makes the HydroSkin 1.5 Jacket easy to put on or take off as conditions change.
- 1.5 mm Terraprene™ neoprene with heat-reflecting titanium provides substantial warmth without sacrificing comfort or mobility.
- VaporLoft™ fleece lining adds warmth, dries in a flash and feels great against the skin.
- Four-way-stretch PowerSpan™exterior stretches with your movements for unrestricted paddling.
- Paddler-specific design puts seams where they won't cause irritation.
- Thinner HydroSkin 0.5 panels under the arms reduce bunching for greater paddling comfort.
- A durable water repellent (DWR) coating sheds water to help reduce evaporative cooling.
|Neoprene:||1.5 mm HydroSkin®|
|Entry Style:||YKK® front zipper|
How to measure:
- Chest/Bust: With arms down at your sides, measure around the largest part of the chest, generally across the nipples.
- Waist: Measure at the natural waist; above the hip bones, across the navel.
- Hips: With feet together, measure around the widest part of the hips, across the fullest point of the buttocks.
- Head: Measure above brow, around the fullest part of the head.
Next-to-skin fit for easy layering and efficient performance.
Fits close but not tight for comfort and layering ease.
Full cut for freedom of motion and layering underneath.
When your clothing's adaptable, you're adaptable—to conditions, situations, opportunities. NRS HydroSkin apparel gives you a range of options between wearing no immersion protection and wiggling into a wetsuit. Three neoprene thicknesses and a variety of tops and bottoms let you layer to match the weather and water, while paddler-specific designs ensure friction-free freedom of movement.
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- NRS Women's HydroSkin 1.5 Jacket
Q:I'm perfectly a size small, however, I intend on wearing this jacket on top of a sweater and a skin tight heat tech long sleeve. Do you think a medium would be better for me to order, or a small?Asked on 3/29/2015 by CC
I am between sizes (med & lg) in trim fitting garments because of my 43" hips. Normally med tops work for me. So it is hard for me to offer advice. The medium is skin tight around my hips and the lg has sufficient room top & bottom for layering. However on complete submersion the lg balloons out especially around the sweep ( jacket bottom). FYI: 38.5" bust, 30" waist, 43" hips. I would suggest staying with the small if your measurements fall at the low end of NRS sm measurements, and sizing up if your measurements are at the upper end of NRS sm measurements. Hope this helps.
I do like the versitility of NRS jackets and highly recommend them. I used the 1.5mm capri and 1.0mm top for snorkeling in the Galapogos. It was a lot more convenient than the shorties and full suits everyone else in my group struggled with.
BRizzoAnswered on 4/4/2015 by Anonymous
A:Since these are intended to fit snuggly I would probably go for a medium in order to fit the long sleeve and sweater underneath. I wear mine with a skin tight long sleeve but no sweater and it fits great but I think a sweater might alter things.....I hope this helps and best wishes to you.Answered on 3/30/2015 by Anonymous
A:I would order a medium, this jacket doesn't have much 'stretch' to
accommodate something like a sweater. If you're planning on getting wet (or
there's a possibility you might), I would actually skip the sweater and go
for a small. I've worn this in combination with a farmer jane wetsuit,
H2core long sleeve top, and a splash top over it, and been pretty
comfortable doing rescue drills in New England in May. Hope that helps!
A:I have a large and it's very true to size!Answered on 3/30/2015 by Anonymous
A:The jacket is really tight so a medium would work best for wearing over a
sweater and shirt of any kind. Good luck!Answered on 3/30/2015 by Anonymous
A:I am 5' 3" and weigh 125 lbs. I am 20 lbs fatter than WhenI was a true size
"small". I find this jacket snug and a perfect fit over my 3 rolls of
subcutaneous fat. I also find it quit warm with the spray skirt, Patagonia
Skanarak, and PFD.
GCAnswered on 3/29/2015 by Anonymous
A:I am a size 6, small. I bought a small and only tend to wear one no-wic layer beneath. If you’re wearing a sweater as well, then I would recommend a size larger… I do NOT intend to wear a sweater underneath.
Laura W. BrownAnswered on 3/29/2015 by Anonymous
A:I'd go for a medium if layering is involved, especially if you want to
Anne MarkwardAnswered on 3/29/2015 by Anonymous
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Comments about NRS Women's HydroSkin 1.5 Jacket:
I used this Jacket along with the pants for rafting on the upper Rogue, the water is about 50 degree's up there so I wanted something that would keep me warm but not be too hot, this was perfect! I love having the option of taking off either the top or the bottoms if I do get hot.
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