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Just because you're regularly out-paddling the boys doesn't mean you need to suffer in an overly bulky men's drysuit. The NRS Women's Inversion Drysuit is patterned to fit the female form while providing top-tier waterproof and breathable performance. Plus, the included Whiz Freedom Feminine Funnel allows you to quickly relieve yourself without taking the entire suit off.

  • Three-layer TriTon fabric is fully waterproof, breathable, and highly abrasion resistant
  • Factory-taped seams and waterproof YKK zippers ensure you'll stay dry
  • Women-specific cut fits just right and allows a full range of paddling motions
  • Latex neck and wrist gaskets keep water out
  • Built-in latex socks keep feet dry and comfortable
  • Reinforced seat and knees provide river-worthy durability
  • Wide double-pull neoprene waistband provides a snug and comfortable fit
  • Included Whiz Freedom Feminine Funnel allows you to easily relieve yourself without taking the suit off
  • Sleeve pocket keeps essential items dry and close at hand

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4 5

Good for the price

I originally had this dry suit but ended up sending it back for a Kokatat gore-tex suit, below is why:

- durable material
- NRS is a great US company to support
- this suit comes in sizes for little paddlers
- zipper covers, so you don't gouge your knuckles
- compatible with spray skirt

- I prefer a drop seat, although the pee funnel works fine if you're careful.
- Where the zipper crosses my right shoulder put weird pressure on my shoulder while rowing.
- I don't like the latex socks, they are hot and really hard to get into shoes, I recommend (obviously socks underneath) but then a neoprene bootie over top, to keep your feet warm and for ease at putting on and taking off shoes.

All in all, it's a good drysuit, just wasn't exactly what I wanted.