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The NRS Extreme Relief drysuit combines legendary durability and protection with the convenience of waterproof YKK men's relief zipper for a little less "ooh" and a lot more "aah."
  • Heavy-duty YKK® waterproof men's relief zipper lets you answer nature's call without having to take off the suit.
  • Our TriTon™ fabric is highly breathable and 100% waterproof.
  • Tough 70-denier nylon fabric with reinforced Cordura seat and knees is ready to battle every rock, stick and thorn you encounter.
  • Triton flaps over entrance and relief zippers protect against wear and tear.
  • Heavy-duty YKK waterproof zipper opens up wide for easy entry.
  • Durable latex wrist gaskets, neck gaskets and socks keep water out.
  • Adjustable polyurethane-coated spandex overcuffs at the neck, wrists and ankles protect latex gaskets and seal over footwear and gloves.
  • Reflective taping on the arms and shoulders provides increased visibility in low light conditions.
  • Shock-cord waist adjustment allows for a more custom fit.

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Material: 70-denier, 3 layer TriTon™
Waterproof: Yes
Breathable: Yes
Neck Closure: Latex gasket with adjustable hook-and-loop
Wrist Closure: Latex gaskets with adjustable hook-and-loop overcuffs
Waist System: Drawcord with barrel lock adjustment
Ankle Closures: Adjustable hook-and-loop
Latex Neck Gasket: Yes
Latex Wrist Gaskets: Yes
Latex Ankle Gaskets: No
Socks: Latex
Relief Zipper: Yes
Reflective Detailing: Yes
Gender Sizing: Men
Features:
  • Cordura® reinforced seat and knees
  • Heavy-duty YKK® waterproof entry and relief zippers
Size Height Weight (lbs) Chest Waist
S 5'2"-5'6" 115-140 32"-36" 28"-31"
M 5'5"-5'8" 130-165 36"-40" 30"-33"
L 5'7"-6'0" 150-195 39"-43" 32"-35"
XL 5'10"-6'2" 185-225 42"-46" 34"-37"
XXL 6'1"-6'4" 215-245 46"-50" 36"-42"
G-XXL 5'11"-6'4" 260-305
How to measure

How to measure:

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

Measurement Tips

Form Fit
Next-to-skin fit for easy layering and efficient performance.

Semi-Form Fit
Fits close but not tight for comfort and layering ease.

Relaxed Fit
Full cut for freedom of motion and layering underneath.

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Replacing a drysuit zipper is not DIY, and it's a very expensive repair. Preventative care, such as like regularly cleaning and lubricating drysuit zipper teeth, will help preserve zipper health. Also, using good techniques to roll and fold the drysuit for transportation to and from the water will help prevent fatal damage.In this instructional video, NRS Repairs guru Josh Gile goes over all the tips for ensuring that the zipper will last the life of your drysuit.

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  • Good size/fit (10)
  • Breathable (8)
  • Durable (8)
  • Windproof (7)

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Nrs extreme relief drysuit

I use this primarily for cold weather/winter sailing here in Idaho. I will also use it for kayaking. Launching the sailboat requires wading into the water waist deep or more, a drysuit...Read complete review

I use this primarily for cold weather/winter sailing here in Idaho. I will also use it for kayaking. Launching the sailboat requires wading into the water waist deep or more, a drysuit was a must have piece of kit for the late fall and winter sailing. Since purchasing last month I have used the suit 4 times. It appears durable, no leaks, breathes well and does what it is supposed to do---keep me dry.

The sizing chart and recommendations on the NRS site are spot on. I am 6'0, 175ish and purchased the large. I layer underneath with a one piece Sweet Protection fleece suit for insulation. The relief zipper is a must have. Why bother with a drysuit without one? Makes the whole 'relief' process quick and simple. Loved the suit so much I bought one for my wife.

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Great Quality, but challenging fit.

I am 6' 1" 190 and ordered a size XL. It was huge and bulky for a person my size. I exchanged for a L, and it fit very well. ...Read complete review

I am 6' 1" 190 and ordered a size XL. It was huge and bulky for a person my size. I exchanged for a L, and it fit very well. However, I am also returning it because it is too difficult to put on and take off ( THE XL was easier but still a bit difficult). Also, the neck gasket is very tight and constrictive. I felt as if I was losing blood supply to my brain! This is somewhat inherent in making the suit waterproof, but there should be a way to adjust it.

Otherwise the suit was of excellent quality and NRS also backs up their products. I will have to go with a less waterproof set of dry pants and find a less restrictive top.

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5.0

NRS Drysuit

By Dredge Dave

from West Richland, Washington

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Breathable
  • Durable
  • Good Fit
  • Lightweight
  • Suit Works Great
  • Versatile
  • Waterproof
  • Windproof

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gold Dredging

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    Suit works great, I use it for gold dredging and is very mobile and easy to work in.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    I don't envy the seals anymore

    By Willaparain

    from Raymond, WA

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Good Fit
    • Versatile
    • Waterproof
    • Windproof

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about NRS Extreme Relief Drysuit - Closeout:

        I kayak year-round in all sorts of weather on Willapa Bay in SW Washington. My favorite thing is to get out and play in the waves from the storms that blow in from the Pacific. For years I've used wetsuits. I finally broke down and bought this drysuit and it has been transformative. It is far more comfortable on long paddles than a wetsuit's constant shoulder constriction. The versatility of the drysuit is another huge advantage. Being able to choose layering appropriate to the conditions is fantastic. Since I got the suit I've spent a lot of time in the water (Jan-Feb, ~45 deg F water temp) practicing rolls, exits, reentry and have stayed 100% perfectly dry. I like to climb out of my boat and lie on the water and just float alongside. Quite blissful while dry and buoyant! This NRS drysuit feels quite rugged and I expect it to last. The size Small fits me perfectly. I'm 5'2" 125lbs and the suit is easy to get in and out of but doesn't feel baggy. The drawstring at the waist is great at cinching in fit. The relief zipper, let's just say it's a feature that makes all-day play far more relaxing and I'd not want a drysuit without it. This drysuit was a great price, seems to be of robust construction and offers the level of comfort and protection that I've been looking for.

        • Sizing:
        • Feels true to size
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        5.0

        Worked Great

        By Scooter

        from S.Lake Tahoe, Ca

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Breathable
        • Good Fit
        • Waterproof

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about NRS Extreme Relief Drysuit - Closeout:

            Used a few days ago rafting on SF American (III+). Was 40 deg at put with icy cold water. Totally dry and comfy with one base layer on bottom and 1 + lightweight shirt on top. Even ok at take out in sun and 55 deg.
            Haven't swim tested it yet though. I know, Should have tested before run , but (after renting and using other suits before) all seals all felt great.
            I don't use drysuits too often so this was a great solution for me

            • Sizing:
            • Feels true to size
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            • No
             
            5.0

            Quality build, full confidence

            By RLL

            from Fredericksburg, VA

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Good Fit
            • Waterproof

            Cons

              Best Uses

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                Now that I've been able to get out quite a few times, I can say this is a great suit. I've gone for a few swims in the suit in 35-degree water and it's dry as a bone. Also very comfortable (well, at least once you stretch out the neck gasket). Lubed up, even the zippers aren't that awkward. Considering the close-out price, it's a great investment. Very happy with construction, comfort, and price. One piece of advice: make sure you try the suit on with *all* of your layering to make sure it fits properly before you keep it.

                Service and delivery comments:

                Had to exchange for a larger size which was no problem at all. Very fast on both ships, didn't cost me a thing to exchange. Very pleased here.

                • Sizing:
                • Feels true to size
                • Was this a gift?:
                • No
                 
                3.0

                Great Quality, but challenging fit.

                By WP

                from Santa FE

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Breathable
                • Durable
                • Waterproof
                • Windproof

                Cons

                • Bad Zippers
                • Poor Fit

                Best Uses

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                  I am 6' 1" 190 and ordered a size XL. It was huge and bulky for a person my size. I exchanged for a L, and it fit very well. However, I am also returning it because it is too difficult to put on and take off ( THE XL was easier but still a bit difficult). Also, the neck gasket is very tight and constrictive. I felt as if I was losing blood supply to my brain! This is somewhat inherent in making the suit waterproof, but there should be a way to adjust it.

                  Otherwise the suit was of excellent quality and NRS also backs up their products. I will have to go with a less waterproof set of dry pants and find a less restrictive top.

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                  Yes to all

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                    Q:

                    I am 5'10" I have 42 inch waist and weigh 240 what size should I get
                    Asked on 3/11/2015 by bob from southjersey

                    6 answers

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                      I am 5'11 180lb and a 34 waist. I got a large and it has plenty of room in
                      the waist and can fit a 6ft person with room the spare. Hope this helps.

                      Answered on 3/11/2015 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Hi Bob,
                      The sizing at NRS for this suit is pretty spot on. Looks like you need a XXL based on your weight and waist size. I would start there.
                      Bart

                      Answered on 3/11/2015 by BB from Boise, Idaho
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                      Extra Large at a minimum

                      Answered on 3/12/2015 by Anonymous
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                      Extra large

                      Answered on 3/12/2015 by Anonymous
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                      Bob,
                      I am 5'10" but 32 inch was at 150. I have WAY too much room in this but
                      could not do the MEDIUM due to insufficient height. I got LARGE and have WAY
                      too much room in the chest, arms and legs. I am betting it would fit you.
                      See if any bigger dudes chime in.
                      B

                      Answered on 3/11/2015 by Lokey from Montrose, CO
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Try an XL for starters, that might be the best

                      Answered on 5/3/2015 by Anonymous
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                    I just received my NRS extreme dry suit and the polar union suit today. I promptly put them on and went out to dunk in 50 degree
                    water here in N.C.(Pamlico Sound)
                    I was ok but I could still feel the cold water.
                    I realize that I can layer more over the union suit, however, as an extra measure of safety, could wear my Farmer John wetsuit over the union suit and the drysuit on top? Would there be anything wrong with this approach? A concensus among the staff would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
                    Asked on 1/22/2015 by Sailor from North Carolina

                    9 answers

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                      A:

                      Nothing wrong but it would seem really tight with a wet suit over top. I
                      would just layer more underneath. Hope this helps. Kirk

                      Answered on 1/22/2015 by Anonymous
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                      A:

                      Neoprene does have insulation value, but this may be bulky and cumbersome over other layers and under the dry suit. For the effort, you may be better off adding capilebe or fleece layers. I feel wetsuits have most value against the skin when you are going to be wet. Good luck!
                      -Bryce

                      Answered on 1/22/2015 by Lokey from Montrose, CO
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      In my opinion I would just layer underneath with your heavy weight thermal underwear. If you need extra warmth I would just throw on another thin thermal under the thicker thermals or maybe some fleece over the top of the thermals. I prefer to layer so in case I start to cook or freeze I can at least add or subtract a layer--albeit it is a pain with a dry suit.
                      The farmer john could be too restrictive in terms of movement underneath the dry suit, plus I would sweat out and be soaked from within with a farmer J under a drysuit.
                      I have sailed in 35-40 degree water no problem with my set up. I too feel the cold when I get I the water to "burp" my drysuit, but once on the boat I am plenty warm.
                      That said, I don't know what your tolerance to cold may be, and how far from shore/rescue you may be when you are boating. Far better to be safe by having extra layer (farmer j or extra thermals ) than risk hypothermia in the event you go swimming.
                      Bart

                      Answered on 1/22/2015 by BB from Boise, Idaho
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                      I'm not sure it would be a good idea. It would certainly create a bulky apparatus for you to wear which sounds possibly uncomfortable and depending on what you are doing for fun might even be hazardous. Maybe You should first try wearing more layers of polypropylene clothing in addition to the union suit under the dry suit. Even with multiple layers of polypropylene you will still have greater freedom of movement than with a polypropylene-farmer john-dry top setup. I am a longtime whitewater kayaker including in winter in 33 degree river water and I for one have never met anyone who wears a farmer john under a dry suit. I do know people who like to combine a dry top with a farmer john and have done so myself. But on long days or runs the dry suit with sufficient under layers seems to provide better overall comfort and protection and allows quicker recovery of body heat following a swim. I know what you mean about cold transmission through the dry suit with just one layer of polypropylene!

                      Answered on 1/22/2015 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

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                      Try fleece for extra warmth. In principle, any insulating layers that would
                      fit inside the drysuit should work, but this has to be balanced against
                      overheating when not in the water. Also, pick something that won't restrict
                      mobility - a wetsuit may feel too tight. I have a farmer john too but have
                      never been tempted to wear it with my drysuit. I use it for slightly warmer
                      conditions where I know I will get wet. I can normally tolerate only light
                      insulation while paddling, unless the air temperatures dip below freezing
                      with water not much warmer. Then I add a fleece layer, most often a fleece
                      vest, and fleece pants if it's really cold. If you haven't used a dry suit
                      much, try experimenting with short excursions involving both vigorous
                      paddling and swims. The balance will depend on what fraction of the time
                      you expect to be submerged.
                      Scott

                      Answered on 1/23/2015 by Anonymous
                    • Staff Reviewer

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                      You can certainly do that; however, the beauty of a drysuit is that it allows your perspiration to pass out through the waterproof/breathable membrane. The wetsuit doesn't breathe. Try adding other non-cotton layers to help hold in your warmth. You're wise to have gotten in the water with your gear on. Please make it a practice every time you go out boating. This will ensure the suit is working as it should and you don't have some issue (open relief zipper?) that can prove disastrous in an emergency. Have fun!

                      Answered on 1/23/2015 by Clyde from NRS
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I have tested one thing that worked well.
                      Layer 1: Helly Henson polypro underwear pants and top
                      Layer 2: Kokatat Polartect Power Dry Liner
                      less than 39 F / 4 C water with ice floating in it.

                      Answered on 1/23/2015 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Dry suits do not insulate, so your always going to feel some cold.
                      I recommend wool products and multiple layers underneath a dry suit.
                      Merino wool is my new favorite, becuase it does not itch.
                      Wool is also warm if it gets wet. I have tried different fleece in the past, and it is cold when it gets wet.
                      I kayak in the Salmon River in Idaho in March, and wool layers underneath are your best option.
                      Wetsuits (from my experience) are not very warm, and not good underlayer when wearing a drysuit.
                      If you have a dry suit: clothing that you would wear in the winter to keep warm are your best option.
                      You can try long underwear, under armour, running tites, etc and differnt Poly products. In the end, I have found wool and wool blends to be the best!
                      IBEX and Patagonia have some expensive options, but they are worth it.

                      Answered on 1/24/2015 by Anonymous
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                      I have done a lot of cold weather paddling in various dry suits and find the feel of the cold water never goes completely away; however that is different from getting cold from the water. A union suit by itself probably will not be enough. I suspect using a wet suit under a dry suit will be overly bulky and restricting, and wet suits are designed to keep a layer of water warm against the skin; this will not be the best warmth to weight ratio. Beef up the layers perhaps using a vest for core heat retention. I find a wind resistant weave helps keep the chill down. Wear proper head liners or hats. The most often overlooked element is proper eating and hydrating the night before and the day of the activity; the worst hypothermia scenarios I have seen resulted from a lack of energy to burn in the body.
                      Arthur Blankenship
                      Morgan County GA

                      Answered on 1/24/2015 by Anonymous
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                    I am 6'5" but only weigh 195 lbs. Based on height, I should get the XXL, but a few of the reviews make it sounds like width might be way too big. Any thoughts? XL or XXL?
                    Asked on 11/27/2014 by Brett from Colorado

                    8 answers

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                      I don't know that my experience will be helpful.
                      I ordered a large, the size that fit me with a different brand.
                      This NRS brand was too large and I just returned it for a medium.
                      Good luck with yours :) Ken

                      Answered on 11/30/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Not sure. I'm 5 7 and purchased a medium. Fits well enough and I am pleased
                      with the quality.

                      Answered on 11/27/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I think it depends on what you are using the suit for. If you are going to be wearing warm clothes, including heavy sweaters. I use my suit for marine mammal rescues. More time on land than in the water. I find that the suit I have fits well over the clothes. I would try the Xl if it is too tight you can send it back.

                      Answered on 11/27/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Hey Brett,
                      I would go with the one that fits you height wise. You can always cinch down the width with the velcro belt--or fill it up a bit with undergarments like some fleece or whatever. If you go too short you can’t bend over or move easily—unless you don’t mind having a perm-wedgie. I use mine for cold weather sailing and am always bending, squatting, sliding around on deck and the smaller height was a no go. Also, once I burp the drysuit it doesn’t feel too baggy for me. I am 6’0, 162 lbs. and luckily I fell right into the Large size range. Good luck
                      Bart

                      Answered on 11/27/2014 by BB from Boise, Idaho
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                      A:

                      I am 6'4 and weigh 200, the XL fits fine for height and is very roomy for width. I'd go with the XL. -Rick

                      Answered on 11/27/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I am 6'2" and 180lb, so had similar concerns. The waist belt cinches
                      nicely, making it not too baggy. So long as your legs and arms fit, you
                      should be ok.

                      Answered on 11/27/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I had the same problem between the M and Lg suits being 5’9 and 145lbs. Two suggestions: 1) try them on somewhere if you have the ability, but 2) the length was far more important. I have tension between the crotch and my shoulders in the medium and cannot squat very well in the suit. I asked, ‘what am I going to use this for? sitting and squating in smaller rafts for more aggressive water. I went bigger and do not regret it. I have lots of extra volume to deal with that I may have done better with another brand that fit my frame better or have one custom made. I’m not ready to make that kind of investment in a dry suit that I don’t use all that much. Collapse the volume by squatting and opening the neck gasket. That’s going to work for my uses.
                      Good luck.
                      -Bryce

                      Answered on 11/27/2014 by Lokey from Montrose, CO
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Sorry to respond so slowly, and I realize you may have already decided, but here goes. I am 6’ 1” 190 and ordered a size XL. It was huge and bulky for a person my size. I exchanged for a L, and it fit very well. However, I am also returning it because it is too difficult to put on and take off ( THE XL was easier but still a bit difficult). Also, the neck gasket is very tight and constrictive. I felt as if I was losing blood supply to my brain! This is somewhat inherent in making the suit waterproof, but there should be a way to adjust it.
                      Otherwise the suit was of excellent quality and NRS also backs up their products. I will have to go with a less waterproof set of dry pants and find a less restrictive top.
                      Good luck

                      Answered on 12/15/2014 by Anonymous
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                    Q:

                    Recommended drysuit size if I'm 5'10" and 140 pounds? Seems like Large would be too baggy.
                    Asked on 11/27/2014 by Colorado

                    4 answers

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                      A:

                      I'm 5'10 165lbs and a large works great,plenty of room for layers. If it seems large burbank it more. 
                      Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device

                      Answered on 11/29/2014 by Anonymous
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                      Hi there,
                      I'm 5'11 and 155 lbs. the length it just barely enough for my height (it is a bit of a struggle to get my head the part of the suit up over my head) but is pretty baggy. Once I leak the air out I don't notice.
                      Hope that helps :)
                      Sent from my iPad

                      Answered on 11/27/2014 by Anonymous
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                      A:

                      I agree. I am 5'8" and 150 lbs. medium is perfect for me. I think medium would be perfect for your frame.
                      Joe
                      Sent from my iPhone

                      Answered on 11/28/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I'm 5'9" on a tall day. Weight is 168 or so. Suit has some room but once PFD is in place it's not an issue for me. Extra room allows for layering. My opinion. I never tried the medium so don't know what that may offer.
                      Sent from my iPhone

                      Answered on 11/28/2014 by Anonymous
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                    Q:

                    I have a grizzly G-4xl wetsuit, and little John, which fit me perfectly. Will you be making this product in a G-4xl as well?
                    Asked on 6/25/2014 by Jim from Wisconsin

                    1 answer

                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      Jim, we don't have plans to do that at this time. Please check the sizing on the Extreme SAR Drysuit, Item # 22529.02, to see if the sizing there works for you.

                      Answered on 6/27/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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                    Q: Is the NRS Extreme Drysuit the ONLY drysuit that comes in G-XXL ?

                    Q: I meet (barely) the weight limits BUT... in the past the biggest problem I've had is arm length and binding across the shoulders - art the arm lengths above average?

                    Q: Any internal suspenders?
                    Asked on 5/2/2014 by Ken from Denver CO

                    2 answers

                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      Ken, the Extreme Relief and Extreme SAR, Item # 22529.02, both come in the G-XXL. The arm length, measured from center of back to end of the gasket and cuff is 37". The SAR suit has suspenders but the Extreme does not. If these suits don't fit you, Kokatat can do some custom modifications on their suits; can't say for sure that would help you but we could pursue it if these suits don't work for you. Our returns/exchanges are easy and free.

                      Answered on 5/2/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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                      A:

                      I am 6' 3", 280 lbs. with a 42 in measurement around my hips.
                      There are no internal suspenders, but the waist can be pulled wear needed and cinched with the built in belt. The suit fits fine once on, and is roomy. It is not too hard to put on, but getting off is a little difficult for me, but I can do it.
                      Sent from my iPad

                      Answered on 5/2/2014 by Anonymous
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                    Q:

                    What size should I get. I am 5ft 5in, 147 lbs. Waist is 36`and so is my chest. I don`t fit a medium as far the waist is concerned, but I am too short for a large. Any suggestions.
                    Gordon
                    Asked on 3/13/2014 by ipaddletoo from Kamloops, BC Canada

                    6 answers

                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      The suit is generously sized, I think you'll be fine with the Medium. I have a 42" chest, 34" waist and I've got plenty of room in the Medium.

                      Answered on 3/13/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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                      A:

                      I found the suits to be oversized to allow for layering underneath. If you have not actually tried a medium on, you may want to do that first to see what actual waist room you have.
                      BB

                      Answered on 3/13/2014 by BB from Boise, Idaho
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                      A:

                      I always go bigger because if you are wearing a drysuit its gonna be cold and you will want room for lots of layers underneath.  I am 5'4" and was 155lbs when I bought mine and got the large.
                      be safe out there!

                      Answered on 3/13/2014 by Anonymous
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                      A:

                      I am 5'7" , weigh 165 with 34 inch waist and my size M fits very well.

                      Answered on 3/13/2014 by Anonymous
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                      A:

                      He/she can fit a medium..
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                      Answered on 3/13/2014 by Anonymous
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                      A:

                      Gordon,
                      I am 5'7" and 150 lbs. The medium would work I think. Order it and if it
                      doesn't work, NRS is really good about returns.
                      Kirk

                      Answered on 3/17/2014 by Anonymous
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                    Q:

                    Does it have internal suspenders?
                    Asked on 1/19/2014 by Connor from Vancouver, BC

                    6 answers

                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      No, it does not have internal suspenders but you can take it to the waist and tie the arms.

                      Answered on 1/19/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      No internal suspenders. The belt works for me. If you follow the a Nrs sizing chart you should be good to go. As with any dry suit, it all depends on your height and weight, plus what you wear underneath.
                      Bart

                      Answered on 1/19/2014 by BB from Boise, Idaho
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      No suspenders
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                      Answered on 1/19/2014 by Roscoe from Tucson, Az
                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      It does not have suspenders. It does have a belt waist cinch.

                      Answered on 1/20/2014 by Clyde from NRS
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      No, it does not have suspenders.

                      Answered on 1/20/2014 by Anonymous
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                      A:

                      Does not have suspenders but has a waste tightening, I'm 5'11" and have a medium fits comfortably
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                      Answered on 1/29/2014 by mikeyp from kenai ak
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                    Q:

                    I would like to know the size specifications for the waist measurement and girth of this dry suit. It doesn't say on the sizing tab.
                    Thank you
                    Stan
                    Asked on 9/18/2013 by stan from Hopewell, NJ

                    3 answers

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                      Hey so I have this dry suit in a medium Im 5'11" 180 with 34 waste and this suit fits well with plenty of room, just have to squeeze the air out of the collar after being zipped and is pretty comfy, the zippers are stiff recommend the lube, and always make sure they close all the way, the last inch never wants to close easily on either zipper, but it's a good suit I have swam with it never had any issues aside from the zippers not closing all the way
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                      Answered on 9/18/2013 by mikeyp from kenai ak
                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      Stan, the sizing chart lists height, weight, chest and waist measurement ranges. And the girth measurements are pretty conservative; the suit is sized so you can add plenty of insulating layers inside for warmth. If you have specific questions regarding your measurements, please give us a call, 800.635.5202, and we'll help you get just the right garment.

                      Answered on 9/18/2013 by Clyde from NRS
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      My waist size is 32. The dry suit is perfect fit to me with some room.

                      Answered on 9/28/2013 by Anonymous
                  • NRS Extreme Relief Drysuit - Closeout

                    Q:

                    On the web site you state the fabric as "Fabric: 70-denier 3-layer TriTon™"

                    But an earlier email from you (Emily) she states "The NRS Extreme Relief Drysuit is fantastic – made with a tough material we call “Triton” that has a 210-deneir "
                    Asked on 11/10/2012 by steve from Sydney

                    1 answer

                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      The 70-denier is correct. We had earlier made the suit in 210-denier and hadn't changed it right away on the website. Denier is the weight in grams of 8,000 meters of thread. In testing we found that the lighter thread was plenty tough enough and made a softer, more supple suit.

                      Answered on 11/12/2012 by Clyde from NRS
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