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Yak Anglers Winter Wear

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When shopping for kaYAK fishing stuff we know that there are hundreds of sites out there offering you products and suggestions. We here at yakangler.com are trying to eliminate all the headaches that come along with spending hours researching for the perfect kayak fishing accessory. The list below is our pics for winter water wear.

NRS Revolution Drytop with eVent®- MSRP: $319.95


 

 

 

 

You play hard and work up a sweat - there's no reason you have to soak in it! The NRS Revolution Drytop is the same great design we've always had, but now made with the revolutionary eVent® fabric that offers unrestricted mobility and rough-use toughness, with an even more breathable material.

NRS Black Rock Dry Pants- MSRP: $139.95


NRS BlackRock Dry Pants keep you dry, even when you're standing waist-deep in the water. The high waist band easily tucks up under your drytop tunnel to help keep water out when you're fully immersed. Cut for comfort with room to spare for layering.

NRS Attack Shoes- MRSP: $74.95


With an improved HyperGrip™ sole and integrated heel-to-arch strap, the NRS Attack Shoe is one of the premier pieces of our footwear line. From put-in to take-out, NRS Attack Shoes will take you anywhere.

 

Seal Skinz WaterBlocker Socks- MSRP: $39.95

The perfect addition to any outdoor wardrobe. Breathable 3-layer material works to pull moisture away from your foot while preventing water from getting in. The moisture Vapor Transpiration (MVT) membrane is covered with durable Spandex® and lined with Coolmax® fabric for unbeatable comfort. The WaterBlockers sport an extended, calf-high cuff with a seal that prevents water from entering from the top.

 

For more winter wear items visit: http://www.nrsweb.com/

Last modified on Friday, 24 December 2010 14:03
adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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