Peak UK Thermal Rashy Pants


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Kayaking Thermals or Thermal Leggings

The Peak UK thermal rashy leggings are really comfortable. These kayaking thermal leggings work perfectly with the Peak UK Thermal Rashy Long or Short. They are great for when you just want to wear a single layer for warmth.

Peak UK has designed these Thermal Rashy leggings from a soft Lycra that is then backed with a very fine fleece. If they get wet they dry very quickly making them great for keeping you warm and comfortable. Further comfort is then achieved by them featuring flat lock stitching throughout. The elasticated waist band is thin and simple and does not take up to much space, more importantly it does not dig in when under a drysuit of dry trousers.

  • General Features
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  • Warm
  • Comfy
  • Soft Lycra Face fabric
  • soft fleece inner
  • Flatlock stitching through out
  • Low profile comfy waist band
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