NRS Nora is a female specific version of their Oso model. This is a full back PFD with a long ventilation strip down the middle of the back panel.
NRS Nora is a female specific version of their Oso model. This is a full back PFD with a long ventilation strip down the middle of the back panel. A full PFD keeps the design lower profile and really comfortable to paddle for long days in. If you have a high seat back in your kayak then the Zoya may be more suitable.
The Nora is a basic, comfortable, recreational PFD. The front zip and six adjustment points make it really easy to put on and take off, even with multiple layers on. Multiple size options are available, so make sure you choose the size which fits your paddling weight, when you’re wearing your kit.
As with all of the NRS female fit PFDs, the Nora has a soft foam front, designed to mould to the female form. This gives you as much freedom as possible on the water and keeps you paddling for longer.
Two large pockets and a lash point, for rescue knives, whistles or strobes, set the Nora apart from more basic recreational PFDs. This piece of kit, while still affordable and relatively basic, can be used for longer journeys and even multi-day trips.
Weight: 1.5 lbs
Floatation: XS/M: 14.5 lbs | L/XL: 16.75 lbs | XL/XXL: 16.75 lbs
Performance Level: 70
Entry system: Front Zip
NRS Nora PFD
The NRS Nora PFD offers boaters a basic life jacket with a ventilated, thin-back design for comfort in any raft or kayak seat.
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Specification: NRS Nora