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High-quality women's splash wear doesn't have to look silly or feel uncomfortable. For comfort, style and waterproof performance, you can't beat NRS Women's Edge Splash Pants.
  • Relaxed fit lets you move, fits easily over rafting boots or paddling booties, and looks great.
  • Highly breathable, super durable HyproTex™ fabric will keep you dry and comfortable for years to come.
  • We doubled up the fabric in the seat and knees to provide extra toughness.
  • 3" wide waistband has raw neoprene inside for extra grip, plus a double-pull waist cinch.
  • Spacious cut allows for extra layers underneath.
  • Extra wide gusseted ankle cuffs leave room for cold water footwear.
  • An inner hook-and-loop ankle cuff cinches over your shoe top to keep out splash and debris. An outer hook-and-loop ankle cover doubles the splash protection.
  • Gusseted crotch provides unrestricted freedom of movement.
  • Two large pockets with splashproof zippers keep essentials handy.
Material: 70 x 320-denier, 2.5 layer ripstop HyproTex™
Waterproof: Yes
Breathable: Yes
Ankle Closures: Double adjustable hook-and-loop cuffs
Pockets:
  • 2 - Front
Latex Ankle Gaskets: No
Gender Sizing: Women
Features:
  • Reinforced seat and knees
Size Height Weight (lbs) Bust Waist Hips
XS 4'8"-5'2" 90-115 30"-33" 24"-27" 34"-37"
S 5'1"-5'6" 110-135 32"-34" 26"-30" 36"-39"
M 5'5"-5'8" 130-155 33"-37" 29"-33" 38"-42"
L 5'7"-5'10" 150-180 35"-39" 32"-36" 40"-44"
XL 5'9"-6'0" 175-210 38"-42" 35"-39" 42"-46"
XXL 5'11"-6'2" 200-220 41"-43" 38"-41" 44"-48"
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 at the natural waist; above the hip bones, across the navel.
  3. Hips: With feet together, measure around the widest part of the hips, across the fullest point of the buttocks.
  4. Head: Measure above brow, around the fullest part of the head.

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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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NRS Women's Edge Splash Pants - Closeout
 
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4.0

2015 May Grand Canyon Trip

By AJ Hole Runner

from Price, Utah

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Dries Quickly

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Boating
    • Colder Water

    Comments about NRS Women's Edge Splash Pants - Closeout:

    I purchased the pants for my 2015 April-May Grand Canyon Trip. They worked out very nicely and I would recommend these pants. They dried quickly and was warm for the most part. About 90% of the time. Great for water where you will get side waves. There was one day on the trip where we had rain, hail, wind. The temps typically in the 80s but this day it dropped to 40 (snowing in Flagstaff). I was a passenger. I only had shorts underneath and I was cold. I had to add a layer underneath. I could feel the cold water as it splashed us until I added the extra layer. I was dry. I took a swim with the pants on and swam fine, dried quickly. Nice piece of gear.

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    5.0

    Durable paddle pants

    By Marie

    from MidMIchigan

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Durable
    • Easy To Put On And Take Off

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Boating
      • Colder Water
      • Paddling

      Comments about NRS Women's Edge Splash Pants - Closeout:

      Great pants that help keep you warm and dry. Easy to put on and take off even though the pants have good cuffs that help keep water out. They will stand up to abrasion and wear and tear. Roomy enough to add plenty of layers as needed in colder weather. True to size chart.

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      3.0

      NRS Women's Edge Splash Pants

      By Rosebud

      from Anchorage, Alaska

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Durable

      Cons

      • Hard To Put On Or Take Off
      • Leg Length Too Short

      Best Uses

      • Paddling

      Comments about NRS Women's Edge Splash Pants - Closeout:

      I ordered the Women's Edge Splash Pants for ocean kayak touring for week long trips. Size M was overall way too big; Size S fit better, however, the leg length was too short and felt restrictive inside the cockpit of my kayak with feet on and off the rudder pedals. Also, the Size S may have been difficult to put on or off quickly in or out of a tent during bad weather. The basic design is good with excellent details such as the water tight waistband and the reinforced knees and rear-end. A pocket with closure on the leg would be another good feature to add. These pants may work well for someone whose body is not as tall (5'8") or as slim (126 lbs.) as myself. Unfortunately, the cut did not match my body type. Overall quality appeared to be very good.

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      • NRS Women's Edge Splash Pants - Closeout

        Q:

        These seem pretty heavy duty... Will these be too hot to wear on an 8 day rafting trip in JUNE down the Grand Canyon?
        (Personal experiences would be most appreciated.)

        If not recommended, which splash pants would be more appropriate for rafting in June down the Colorado River?
        Asked on 3/10/2015 by Raft4Fun

        9 answers

        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          If you are on a paddle/oar raft these pants would probably work well on the Grand in June. While they will not keep you dry in the event of a swim, they will keep you from getting soaked in the splashy rapids. The water is quite cold, and there will be early mornings where you will be chilly (wet or dry). As the day warms up and the sun clears the canyon walls you can always take them off. Much more durable than the typical rain pants that most people use in the canyon. I duckied most of the Grand in August and wish I would have had something like this.

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

          A:

          I have these pants and feel they would generally be too hot down the Colorado thru the Grand Canyon. Have made that trip and it is usually very warm in June. We have been comfortable with shorts and/or pants. You get wet often but dry off quickly. There are times when the weather gets rather cold that time of the year but not generally. You would be happy to have them along if there is a real cold spell, one year it snowed the week before we were there, but keep in mind that you have a limited amount of gear to take so choose carefully. We found that splash jackets were not wise as when you get wet, and you will, they impede drying because water frequently gets under them. Have a great trip

          Answered on 3/10/2015 by Lali from Napa, CA
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          I think they'd be perfect. They are what I take. If it's super warm you can just wear neoprene shorts but if it's cool it's nice to have a good pair of splash pants. The water stays cold even though it's hot outsides
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          Answered on 3/10/2015 by Anonymous
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          I've worn these for multiple raft trips. May be warm if weather is hot with
          sun, but nice for cooler/cloudy days you want to keep wind/water off.

          Answered on 3/10/2015 by Anonymous
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          I went down the Grand Canyon in Sept and they were great in the *constant
          50 degree water*. If you sit in the back of the raft where you do not get
          splashed or wet very much, they may be a little warm. *I would definitely
          recommend them for this trip* though. Many of the people on our trip
          brought plain wet weather gear and they "lost" them or they did not keep
          them dry during the first rapid. They are easy to put on and take off if
          you get too warm.

          Answered on 3/10/2015 by Anonymous
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          I've only worn these in May/April and they may be warm in June. A looser style of water repellant pants might be more appropriate.
          Typos courtesy of my iPhone

          Answered on 3/10/2015 by Anonymous
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          These are perfect!!! You should take a splash jacket as well. Just keep them stowed away but with easy access.
          I took my pants (equivalent to these) and jacket along as a boatman on a June 2014 GC trip with 18' raft w/oars + 27' mini-J motor rig. Although I didn't wear them constantly (it's hot in June), the water is very cold, especially on the upper part between Lee's Ferry and Phantom Ranch. If you get wet in the shade at the end of the day with more rapids to come you'll be glad you have them.
          BTW, the Canyon is heavy duty, one needs to be prepared.
          Cheers,
          Bronco

          Answered on 3/10/2015 by Bronco from San Jose, CA
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          Absolutely - the material is very thick and water repellent. You'll melt. I
          would only wear them if I knew I was going to be getting wet
          regularly/consistently. I wore them (with a wet suit under) on a month long
          trip down the Grand Canyon in February because I did not want to get wet
          given the cool temperatures. Rafting in June, I would just wear quick dry
          shorts with a bathing suit under. The rapids tend to be far apart enough
          that in the heat of the June sun you will come to welcome getting wet, as
          well as dry out very quickly.
          Have a blast!

          Answered on 3/10/2015 by Anonymous
        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Michelle, I've been there a couple times in June. The air temps will be warm, if not downright hot. The water's always cold, starts off 45 degrees, warms up a bit the further downriver you go. Sometimes getting splashed will feel good. For those other times some splash wear will feel good. The Edge Pants are on sale, cheaper than than the lighter weight Carolina pants. They're not that much heavier. Good buy, go for them.

          Answered on 3/10/2015 by Clyde from NRS
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        Q:

        Do they shove up to khaki length if it gets warm in the day and you're switching to sandles perhaps, or do they only fit to ankle?
        Asked on 11/1/2014 by Gb from Fayetteville, ar

        1 answer

        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          There is a double hook-and-loop closure at the base of the leg. Unless you rolled up the pant leg, I think the only the hook-and-loop would keep the hem up would be if you cinched above the bulge of the calf muscles.

          Answered on 11/1/2014 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Women's Edge Splash Pants - Closeout

        Q:

        Are the seams on these pants taped to seal out water as they are on the men's black rock pants?
        Asked on 9/25/2014 by Dee

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        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          Yes they are! My girlfriend loves these pants.
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          *Based in Pioneer Valley & Serving all of New England*
          Chet A. Dube
          www.surface-bright.com

          Answered on 10/1/2014 by Dube from Shelburne Falls, MA
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          I don't know how the men's rock pants are, but these keep water out very well. You won't be able to fully submerge, but there is a Velcro closure on the bottom that helps and all splashing water is repelled from pants.

          Answered on 9/28/2014 by Anonymous
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          I am not sure if they are taped or not, but I just used the on an 8 day
          whitewater raft trip and they did not leak at all. I stayed very dry.

          Answered on 9/27/2014 by Anonymous
        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Yes, Dee, the seams are taped.

          Answered on 9/25/2014 by Clyde from NRS
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          Dee,
          Yes, the seams appear and perform as if they are sealed but that doesn't prevent water from getting inside if you get completely doused or take a swim. For that you'll need a dry suit. These are slash pants as advertised.
          These pants work fabulously for preventing that shock from cold water splash.
          Bronco

          Answered on 9/25/2014 by Bronco from San Jose, CA
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        Q:

        Do these pants have latex gaskets at the ankles? If not, how do they seal out water at the ankles if you swim?
        Asked on 9/9/2012 by Chris

        3 answers

        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          These pants will keep you dry from splash and rain, not immersion. For that choose a pair of dry pants, which do have latex gaskets.

          Answered on 9/9/2012 by Clyde from NRS
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          There are velcro closures at the ankles on the inside layer. I haven't had
          to swim with them on yet, but just stepping in shallow water it kept most
          of the water out. With being fully submerged, it wouldn't keep water out,
          but would decrease the amount that came in, or at least delay the time of
          water entry. If you want gaskets you will have to get a full dry suit. Or
          maybe look at kayaking pants or a wet suit they may be more comfortable if
          you plan to get wet often. I think these pants are a great option for the
          price. Hope this helps.

          Answered on 9/9/2012 by Anonymous
        • VERIFIED BUYER

          A:

          Re: NRS river pants question,
          Yes, some elastic and velcro for closure, BUT, these are not a dry suit, ie if you go swimming you will get wet. These are really "splash" pants, sheds most of the water but as you are splashing through class 4 nd 5 rapids with spash and waves going everywhere, it will repel most of the water hitting you in buckets, but some will seep in. We use them for rivers up here in Alaska, when the really cold water hits you you don't want it to soak in, so a good repelling garmet is nice and not as hot as a dry suit, which we have to use on some rivers and some occassions, and there is a difference..........you might need both!
          Happy Rafting, keep it SAFE

          Answered on 9/11/2012 by Anonymous
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