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|Jacket Fabric:||Urethane coated 210D Nylon Oxford|
|Type of Waterproofing:||Water-resistant|
|Best Use:||Paddling, Multisport|
|Fit Type:||Regular Fit|
|Approx. Height||3'2" - 3'4"||3'5" - 3'7"||3'11" - 4'1"||4'0" - 4'2"||4'2" - 4'4"||4'4" - 4'7"||4'6" - 4'8"|
|Approx. Weight (lbs)||33 - 36||37 - 40||55 - 65||60 - 70||65 - 75||70 - 80||75 - 85|
|PFD SIZE||Child (One Size)||Youth (One Size)|
|Chest||22 - 25"||24 - 29"|
|Approx. Weight (lbs)||30 - 50||50 - 90|
HOW to MEASURE
CHEST: With arms down at the sides, measure around the largest part of the chest, generally across the nipples.
NRS FIT GUIDE
FORM FIT: Next-to-skin fit for easy layering and efficient performance.
SEMI-FORM FIT: Fits close but not tight for comfort and layering ease.
RELAXED FIT: Full cut for freedom of motion and layering underneath.
NOTES from NRS
Use a flexible cloth measuring tape for measuring. If you do not have one, use a cord or strap and transfer that to a tape measurement.
Measure in your street clothes or base layers. NRS sizes technical outerwear pieces like drysuits and dry tops to include room for layering underneath.
With wetsuits, your weight is the best "tiebreaker" when measurements cross sizes. Remember, wetsuits need to fit snugly to be efficient at excluding water and holding in warmth.
In looser fitting garments like drysuits, splash jackets, etc, look first at the height, then at the weight for a tiebreaker.
Stand up straight when measuring, with your body relaxed.