NRS Steamer Wetsuit
Our warmest wetsuit, you'll have everything covered with this full-body wetsuit. 3-mm DuPont neoprene with Titanium insulation for superior heat retention. 2-mm PowerSpan in the shoulders and arms helps reduce binding. To make the Steamer easier to get on and off, we've included wrist and ankle zippers and our standard full-length, double-pull men's relief zipper. Glued and blind stitched seams help keep water out and heat in. Padded knees for added cushioning and durability.
- 3mm DuPont® Neoprene
- Titanium Insulation
- 2mm PowerSpan in Shoulders and Arms
- Wrist, Ankle and Full-length Double-pull relief Zipper
- Glued and Blind-stitched Seams
- Padded Knees
Purchase the NRS Steamer Wetsuit from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 17 2008
Extremely Warm... perfect for Winter
My girlfriend and I used our Steamer wetsuits last weekend and were quite impressed. For a trip down the creek in January I was very comfortable. Highly recommend with combination of NRS Reactor gloves.
- November 20 2004
Extremely comfortable and a perfect fit
Extremely comfortable and a perfect fit. I liked it so much that I bought another one for my son a week later. Thanks!!
- March 20 2011
Zipper in Front! Yeah!
For kayaking, this is a great wetsuit. Since the zipper on the NRS wetsuit is on the front, it doesn't interfere with my comfort while sitting in a kayak for several hours at a time. The sleeve and leg end-zippers also allow you to unravel the suit when it gets warm. I also own a much more expensive O'neill wetsuit, but this is for surfing...the zipper is on the back. (You don't want to be paddling a surfboard with a front-zipper wetsuit.) I only wish that the NRS front zipper went all the way to the crotch area. The zipper does go a few inches below the belly button which (almost) allows you to relieve yourself without removing the whole wetsuit.
- April 30 2005
Check the fit first
On the whole, well made and not expensive relative to many other wetsuits. My only reservation is about the fit. It's very difficult to predict the vagaries of different manufacturers' sizing. I'm 5'10" and 180 lb.; I ordered this suit in Large. From the waist down it fits fine (I have a 31" inseam), but it's a little short in the torso (where I'm about 17" navel-to-sternum), so it pulls down on my shoulders. Slightly uncomfortable for that reason.