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The NRS HydroSkin Farmer John Rash Guard may have a sleeveless style and a front-zip design similar to a farmer's soil-churning get-up, but this super-stretchy suit is specifically designed for water-churners. The super-stretchy yet thin outer layer offers warmth for your core and legs while it allows your arms to be exposed and excess body heat to escape. So whether you rock the Farmer John in mild conditions as an outer suit or under your drysuit in shriveling spring runoff, you'll appreciate how such a thin layer can provide such good insulation.

  • Titanium-infused adhesive bonds the lining and outer layer and reflects heat back at your body
  • Dual-way zipper allows you to relieve yourself without pulling the entire suit down
  • ThermalPlush inner lining adds warmth while drawing moisture away from your skin
  • DWR coating allows water to shed if worn as an outer layer

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How is it's breath-ability when worn under...

How is it's breath-ability when worn under a drysuit?

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this being neoprene, breathability kind of doesn't exist. if you're lucky enough to have a drysuit, you're usually better off wearing standard outdoor baselayers that are wool or fleece underneath and layering more wool and fleece on top as it gets colder.

So a rash guard is for under a wet suit?...

So a rash guard is for under a wet suit?

I'm kayaking the Apostle Islands in early August, probably a water temp at about 60 deg...What long john style wetsuit should I look at?

What sports is this suit designed for ?

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It's really not made to go under a wetsuit. 60° water temps dont necessarily call for a dry suit, but may call for a full wetsuit and booties.

The Farmer John is designed to be worn alone in place of a thin wetsuit or as an insulating layer under a drysuit in colder water.

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The picture makes it look like it is NRS's Farmer John wetsuit, which I believe is a 2MM neoprene suit and not a rash guard. I use that wetsuit in 50 deg water on the Nantahala River, and it's fine, especially if you stay in your boat!