NRS Men’s Flux Drytop – Green – Size S

NRS Men's Flux Drytop - Green - Size S

NRS Men’s Flux Drytop – Green – Size S The NRS Men’s Flux Drytop’s innovative waterproof-breathable Eclipse„ fabric and action-cut design gives kayakers the ultimate combination of dryness, durability and comfort. . This product ships directly from NRS and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only. . . . 4-layer Eclipse fabric, with its proprietary waterproof-breathable barrier and Nanosphere DWR finish lock water out while letting moisture escape.. . The supple polyester microfiber shell allows frictionless paddling with superior resistance to puncture and abrasion.. . The Flux’s action-cut design provides superior comfort and freedom of movement.. . Waterproof-breathable HyproTex„ inner skirt and 5″ double-pull waist mate with your sprayskirt to keep you and your kayak’s cockpit dry.. . Tough latex neck and wrist gaskets snug to the skin for a waterproof seal.. . GlideSkin„ coating inside the self-draining punch-through neoprene neck overcuff adds next-to-skin comfort.. . Stretchy polyurethane overcuffs with hook-and-loop closures secure the sleeves and protect the wrist gaskets.. . Convenient splashproof, zippered shoulder pocket keeps necessities close at hand.. .

  • NRS Men’s Flux Drytop – Green – Size S

The personal health and well-being of children have never been so important. Earlier this month, it was announced that a UK health authority1 would reserve the right to refuse operations to those who were obese as a cost-cutting strategy. If these patients need surgery, they should participate in a weight management program for six months, hoping to encourage them to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Currently, the NHS spends about ? 9 billion on patient care, especially for people with weight-related illnesses that increase each year. Our recent health check report2 showed that one-third (31%) of children 2 to 15 years old are overweight, but parents only meet 9% of children. This shows that some parents are not aware of how bad their child’s health really can be.

Children can improve their general health and well-being by participating in outdoor activities. Professor Fred Coalter of Stirling University’s sports policy3 explained that “exercise can be effective in improving mental well-being through improved mood and self-perception.”