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Description

A comfortable fit and tough durability.

Although they're not a total dry pant, the Immersion Research Men's Arch Rival Pants provide more protection than a splash pant and eliminate the hassle of latex gaskets. The waterproof breathable WhiteOut membrane and durable nylon stand up to years of bushwacking and paddling.

  • WhiteOut waterproof breathable membrane is laminated to 400D nylon in the butt and knees and 70D nylon in the body for reliable waterproof protection and ultra-tough durability
  • Articulated pattern provides freedom of movement
  • Fully taped seams keep water out
  • Wide neoprene waistband provides a snug and comfortable fit
  • Adjustable neoprene cuffs seal around ankles and allow water to escape
  • Semi-dry pocket on right hip keeps essential items safely stowed

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4 5

Work well but spend the money on a suit!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These work great if you are on a budget and can't afford a drysuit and are going to go the way of the drytop/drypants combo. The neoprene waist sits high on your stomach and allows your drytop to overlap so there is no chance for a gap to form. You can make the ankles tight, but they still will let water in especially in a swim. I have seen these available with neoprene booties instead, which were nice, but have no idea where the guy got them.

Overall they work but I ended up selling mine and getting a drysuit. If you can, wait and save up for a drysuit. They are a step above and definitely worth the money. There is no doubt, they keep you dry. Immersion Research and Kokatat both make awesome ones.

But if there is just no way a drysuit is in your future, these work well and will allow you to get out there and enjoy some cold weather paddling.