NRS Grizzly Wetsuit Jacket


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NRS Grizzly Wetsuit Jacket

Use the NRS Wetsuit Jacket with one of our Farmer Johns or Bills for maximum warmth. The nylon-coated 2 mm neoprene provides the utmost in mobility and durability. PowerSpan neoprene is used under the arms for extra stretch. Wrist and front zipper by YKK make entry and exit a snap. Extended waist offers even more protection.

  • Material: 2-mm neoprene with Titanium increases warmth without increasing bulk
  • PowerSpan™ under the arms gives you plenty of mobility for active paddling
  • Extended waist and raised collar give you superior coverage and increased warmth and comfort
  • YKK® wrist and full-front zippers provide easy, trouble free entry
  • Grizzly Jacket is designed to comfortably fit larger boaters
  • Seams:¬†Glued and blind-stitched
  • Wrist zippers
  • Raised collar

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5 Star Rating


5 Stars Shopper - September 23 2009

Great jacket for a big muscular ( or full) body type
This looks like a great wetsuit jacket. It is nicely made with easy access zippers in all the right places. I can't wait to get one in my size! For me this will be the NRS, not the Grizzly. I am too small through the rib cage and shoulders to fill out this baby.

4 Stars KayakerFanatic - January 19 2012

Good for cold weather kayaking
I have been buying all of the NRS Grizzly wear this winter as I have gotten into winter kayaking. I bought the Farmer John and Hydroskin Jacket in Grizzly but needed a heavier jacket for when air and water are in the 30's. The Hydroskin Grizzly jacket fit perfectly (5'6", 192lbs, 45" chest, 36" waist bought a Medium). This jacket feels great and fits almost (but not quite) as well as the Hydroskin version. The arms are a tad bit longer. Overall great quality and seems tough as nails. I would have made a few changes: I would have made the collar a bit higher particularly in the back of the neck (though works fine with a neoprene balaclava) and made the arm zipper a bit shorter (so long it almost hits the elbows). I was also worried it would be hard to paddle in. While it is a bit harder to paddle in than the Hydroskin jacket (after all it is much thicker), it wasn't bad at all (makes for a little better workout). When possible, for paddling, the combination of a Hydroskin jacket and paddling jacket seems best but when the water gets closer to freezing the heavier jacket is better if a plunge in the water is taken. Of yeah, and works best UNDER the Farmer John, not over.

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