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Say no to serious shrinkage, or hypothermia, with the Endurance Pants.

Some rivers are fed exclusively by glaciers and require year-round hypothermia protection like the NRS Endurance Pants. In AK, the whitewater is always cold enough to kill you. That’s why NRS made the Endurance with waterproof breathable 2.5-layer ripstop HypoTex fabric. If you get tossed off the raft into the heart-stopping cold water, the single-pull waist drawstring and adjustable ankle cuffs will seal out the barely-liquid water from your most cold-sensitive parts. Double fabric in the knees and a Cordura-reinforced seat extend the life of the Endurance, while its loose fit enables easy layering.

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at 33x34 what size should I choose?

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at 33x34 what size should I choose?

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Sound to me like a size large is going to fit you best

3 5

They're fine

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

They do keep you dry from splashes and such. But I tipped over in rough water and they pretty much filled up. They are a good outer shell to stay dry though.

4 5

NRS Endurance

Have had these out a handful of times so far, impressed overall. Good fit, plenty of room to maneuver, breathable, better with a light layer underneath. Haven't had a full on out-of-boat experience with them yet, but after wading around in the shallows they have kept the water out. Secure feeling waist and ankle velcro closures. Reinforced seat seems like it will hold up, but will have to wait for a verdict on that. Pant size 34x33 and the large is perfect.

5 5

Excellent produ ct

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I used them once, on trip down Desolation/Gray canyon in rubber ducky. Not too hot, but keeps you dry, and seat is reinfoced and comfortable.

4 5

I reccomend them for kayaking.

Good pants for the money. I Ordered a large size which fits well I were 36 inch waist jean as an example. Keep me dry for kayaking but i havent been in the water with them but i doubt they would keep me dry if i went into the water.

5 5

BOMBTASTIC

These things are awesome! Wear them on rivers throughout Idaho and they have yet to fail me! From cold spring run off on the lochsa to summer days on the middle fork of the salmon these things always bail me out!

Are these true "dry" pants?
What type of...

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Are these true "dry" pants?
What type of seals are on the waist and ankles?

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Hans,
The answer is no. These would be better classified as splash pants. There are no gaskets, the neoprene closures are adjusted with velcro and won't keep water out when fully immersed. This link here actually takes you to last years version of the pant and in its description NRS even calls it a splash pant (first bullet point):
http://www.nrsweb.com/shop/product.asp?pfid=25872&utm_campaign=sli_champion&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=champ_se&utm_term=SLI_Endurance%20Pants
I hope this helps!

4 5

100% Waterproof

Great paddle pants. They are comfortable and are completely waterproof and durable. The velcro around the waist is good too.

I'll expose my lack of expertise here...

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I'll expose my lack of expertise here (c'est la vie...!): What do people usually wear under their splash pants... (No, this isn't a trick question) =:o)

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seriously, depends on the time of year - coul be just shorts, could be thermal undies and another layer of wind pants - all depends on the weather -- remember - there's no bad weather - only incorrect clothing!

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Ok so I wear these throughout the year with different layers underneath.
For spring run off like the Lochsa River in Idaho Google it!) I usually wear a pair of Immersion Research thick skin pants then a pair of NRS Rodeo pants over that and THEN the rodeo pant. Keeps me plenty warm for the occasional swim in #8 degree water!

However, in the heat of the summer they are fantastic for early morning floats or late afternoons. Also work great as river rain gear while lounging on the boat!

can't find the inseam length...gotta...

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can't find the inseam length...gotta answer?

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30" inseam w/ 2.5" cuffs.