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NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit

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Stay dry and don't miss a day on the water. The NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit gives you all the materials you need to replace two wrist gaskets. You supply the elbow grease.
  • The kit contains: two high-quality latex wrist gaskets, 1/4 oz. Aquaseal® Adhesive, 1/2 oz Cotol-240™ Cleaner & Cure Accelerator, fine-grit sandpaper and complete instructions.
  • The wrist gaskets supplied in the kit are the same original equipment gaskets that come on NRS garments.
  • See the sizing chart for the correct size gasket.
  • Replacing deteriorated or torn gaskets yourself saves you time and money and is a very useful skill to have.
  • Look at our online Gasket Replacement Instructions to see how easy this is to do it yourself!

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Includes:
  • Two latex wrist gaskets
  • 1/4 oz Aquaseal Adhesive
  • 1/2 oz Cotol-240 Cleaner and Cure Accelerator
  • Fine-grit sandpaper
  • Complete instructions
Neck
Sizing
Wrist
Sizing
Ankle
Sizing
Latex Sock
Sizing
Gasket
Size
Circ. Circ. Circ. Men's US
S 11.75"-12.5" 6" Standard 5-7
M 12.5"-15" 6"-7" Standard 7-9
L 15"-18" 6.5"-8" Standard 10-13
XL 18"+ -- -- --
NRS Men's
Garment Size
Neck
Gasket
Wrist
Gasket
Ankle
Gasket
Latex Sock
S S S Standard M
M M M Standard L
L M M Standard L
XL L L Standard L
XXL XL L Standard L
NRS Women's
Garment Size
Neck
Gasket
Wrist
Gasket
Ankle
Gasket
Latex Sock
XS S S Standard S
S S S Standard S
M M S Standard M
L M M Standard M
XL L L Standard M

See our Gasket Sizing Guide informational page.

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  • NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit

    Q:

    Will NRS wrist & neck gaskets work in a Kokatat dry top?
    Asked on 12/7/2014 by Hollis from Midlothian, VA

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Yes, Hollis, they work fine on Kokatat dry tops and suits.

      Answered on 12/7/2014 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes; the gaskets are universal
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 12/7/2014 by Anonymous
  • NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit

    Q:

    I want to order wrist gaskets but have a question. My wrists measure exactly 7". Should I order the medium or large?
    MIke
    Asked on 12/3/2014 by Mike from Hanover, Pa

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I would go for the large. It will be tight enough, but a bit more
      comfortable. It will also last longer as it will be stretched less when you
      wear it.
      Rich Stevens
      Treasurer
      Chesapeake Paddlers Association, Inc.
      <http://www.cpakayaker.com/> http://www.cpakayaker.com

      Answered on 12/4/2014 by Capt. Rich from Arlington, VA
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Mike, the Medium will feel pretty tight, but gaskets stretch over time. I'm afraid the large may feel good now, but be too loose over time.

      Answered on 12/4/2014 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      medium

      Answered on 12/4/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      If the medium is too small, you can stretch it or trim it. If the large is too big,,,,,? Or you can buy both and see which fits better before you glue them in. Good chance that someone will give you a six-pack for the pair you don't use.

      Answered on 12/3/2014 by Anonymous
  • NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit

    Q:

    I do not see a video for replacing the writ gaskets. Neck, Yes.
    How fast do you ship? Just tore one and have a big paddle Oct. 11th & 12th
    Asked on 10/2/2014 by Mike from Hanover, Pa.

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I don't have a video , however I have used balloons inside the dry suit or
      construction cones (tip cut off to hold the arm/wrist shape and then glued
      the gasket on and taped it in place with the 3M "delicate surface" blue
      painters tape.

      Answered on 10/2/2014 by Old Boater from Elko, NV
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I did this a couple of years ago. Wasn't hard at all. The only thing that can be tricky is if you have enough latex remaining on the old cuff to glue it to. In my case there was only about a quarter of an inch of latex in one spot. It worked. Otherwise, the instructions were self-explanatory.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 10/2/2014 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Mike, the procedure for replacing the wrist gasket is the same as for the neck. Orders received by 1:00 pm Pacific Time go out the same day. There's a shipping time calculator on this page - http://www.nrs.com/customer-service/shipping-timelines.asp - Just put in your zip code. Have a great paddle!

      Answered on 10/2/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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        Detailed, straight-forward directions

        I'm retired and took a lot of time to think about this and get prepared. I did not look at video; probably should have. Printed directions are fine. I had 2 latex wrist...Read complete review

        I'm retired and took a lot of time to think about this and get prepared. I did not look at video; probably should have. Printed directions are fine. I had 2 latex wrist seals to replace on each of 2 paddle jackets. It was difficult finding the right form. In the end, I cut 2.5-3" wide strips off the end of my wife's yoga mat--it is about 0.25" thick. I took a strip and wrapped it around a can to the thickness necessary to fit nicely into the sleeve opening. When picking a form, remember, after the job is done, you must be able to remove the form! With the semi-spongy wraps, I could slip the can out and easily remove the form. I used rubbing alcohol to clean the old & new latex seals. The Aquaseal glue/Cetol glue mixture is sticky. It gets on everything it touches. Be sure to wear disposable latex gloves to avoid a mess on your hands. Have a nice work area--maybe cover with a drop cloth. I applied the glue using a simple applicator stick--worked fine. Finished with one jacket. The 2nd jacked should go smoothly.

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        Need a tube of Aquaseal for each gasket

        Please add an another tube of of Aquaseal and solvent - one each per gasket. These don't keep once openned.

        Please add an another tube of of Aquaseal and solvent - one each per gasket. These don't keep once openned.

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        5.0

        NRS Latex Gasket

        By jacyaker

        from Boise, ID

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • White Water Kayaking

          Comments about NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit:

          I have used NRS gaskets to replace gaskets on my dry suits and dry tops a few times over the years. I find the NRS gaskets to be a little thicker and more durable than the original Kokatat gaskets. Also, being able to buy a kit that includes the glue is a bonus.

          PS. Thanks for the instructional videos. They really help.

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          5.0

          Detailed, straight-forward directions

          By Chekika

          from S FL and northern NM

          About Me Advanced

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • GOOD INSTRUCTIONS

          Cons

          • Messy

          Best Uses

          • Dry suits
          • Paddle Jackets

          Comments about NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit:

          I'm retired and took a lot of time to think about this and get prepared. I did not look at video; probably should have. Printed directions are fine. I had 2 latex wrist seals to replace on each of 2 paddle jackets. It was difficult finding the right form. In the end, I cut 2.5-3" wide strips off the end of my wife's yoga mat--it is about 0.25" thick. I took a strip and wrapped it around a can to the thickness necessary to fit nicely into the sleeve opening. When picking a form, remember, after the job is done, you must be able to remove the form! With the semi-spongy wraps, I could slip the can out and easily remove the form. I used rubbing alcohol to clean the old & new latex seals. The Aquaseal glue/Cetol glue mixture is sticky. It gets on everything it touches. Be sure to wear disposable latex gloves to avoid a mess on your hands. Have a nice work area--maybe cover with a drop cloth. I applied the glue using a simple applicator stick--worked fine. Finished with one jacket. The 2nd jacked should go smoothly.

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          • No
           
          5.0

          Easy to do yourself

          By WATERSKIER

          from HUNTSVILLE ALABAMA

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy to Use

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              Comments about NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit:

              This is my third time to order from NRS. Extremely fast turnaround and the do it yourself videos make it a breeze. Anyone can install their own seals.

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              5.0

              Simple to do

              By Kayakbetty

              from Cincinncati

              Verified Buyer

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              • Easy to Use
              • Protects Well

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                  Comments about NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit:

                  I was a bit apprehensive about repairing my wrist gasket on my drysuit by myself but it broke a couple weeks before a big trip and I didn't want to risk not getting it back in time. Turns out, it was pretty easy. I followed the instructions on the video on the NRS website. It talks your through step by step in a simple manner. I did use the Cotol and found it made the glue an easier consistency to work with.
                  Bottom line, the gasket has held and is as dry as the other side!

                   
                  5.0

                  Renew of my favourite jacket

                  By teddy

                  from New Smyrna Beach, Florida

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                        Comments about NRS Latex Wrist Gasket Repair Kit:

                        My cold water jacket is now back to new condition. Directions are excellent, follow the steps and no problem.

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