Excellent value entry level whitewater jacket‚ with neoprene neck seal‚ latex wrist seals‚ and 3D cut for unrestricted freedom of movement. The Vertigo is the Irish paddler's choice as the entry level cag into the dry end of things. The Vertigo is classed as a semi-dry Cag due to the Neoprene neck gasket. The shape of the neck seal contours-in, which gives 10-15mm touch to your skin which is ample to ensure a very snug seal. So, if you are on the club trip on the Liffey, Lee, Swilly, Boyne, then, this is a good cag for you to start with, it is definitely at home on grade 2/3 rivers and perhaps for that occasional trip to Wicklow or up to Sligo for some Surf. + Read more - Compress
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  • Description

    An ideal first whitewater paddle jacket, the semi-dry Vertigo has a neoprene neck gasket, and is made from waterproof, breathable XP 2-layer fabric. If you are on a budget and looking for a good all round cag, then the Vertigo is the one for you. The Vertigo is at home on most domestic water in Ireland, in particular the club paddler that is paddling on Grade 2/3 rivers or out Surfing in Lahinch or Sea paddling along the Gold Coast. As there is a neoprene neck seal and not a latex one, the Vertigo is preferred by paddlers that don't like the tension of the latex seal added to salt and sand which can be sore and unsightly...ouch!

  • Specifications
    • Materials: XP 2-layer fabric
    • Weight: 459 g (L)
    • Cut: 3D cut
    • Neck Seal: Neoprene gasket
    • Wrist Seal: Latex gaskets with velcro adjustable cuffs
    • Waist: Velcro adjustable neoprene waistband • Twin waist


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  • Expert Advice

    To prolong the lifespan of the Palm Surge Cag, keep it breathable and waterproof, we recommend that you wash it in Grangers Performance Wash and recoat the DWR with Grangers Xtreme Repel.

    When packing your gear away, fold it up loosely and take care not to let latex seals come into contact with abrasive dirt, sand or oil-based substances (including sunscreen and insect repellent). Try not to leave your gear in a damp condition for long periods. Hand wash or machine wash on a gentle/delicate cycle at a maximum temperature of 30 ˚C. We recommend washing with Granger’s Performance Cleaner liquid detergent. We also recommend that you spray the outside of your garment with Granger’s XT Proofer to renew the DWR. Do not tumble dry. Hang your gear out of direct sunlight to dry naturally. Once dry, check to see if any repairs are necessary. Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight. Don’t pile your gear high, or stuff it all back into one bag. Avoid compressing your gear.

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