Palm Cirrus Shortsleeve


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The simplest‚ lightest spray-jacket you could wish for. The Palm Cirrus is an uncomplicated spray jacket with comfortable neoprene glideskin neck and wrist seals.  A great option for keeping off rain and wind while out on the water and the simple non kayak specific design give the Cirrus great versatility for any number of paddle and watersports.

The Cirrus uses Palm's 3D cut so you get articulated arms with pre bent elbows and no underarm seams, while the XP2 fabric is lightweight, packable, waterproof and with the same breathability of some of the more expensive Palm fabrics.
The no fuss‚ GlideSkin neoprene neck and wrist seals keep spray and splashes on the outside‚ whilst a grippy PU printed elastic waist holds the jacket in place. Waterproof‚ windproof and breathable too. When the clouds blow in and the sun disappears from the beach‚ slip the Cirrus jacket on and keep on surfing.

  • Materials - XP 2.5-layer ripstop fabric
  • Weight - 178 g (L)
  • Neck Seal - Neoprene gasket
  • Waist - Elastic waistband with sticky edging


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