Warm in your Farmer John.
- 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?
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 ?
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.
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!