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Product Information

2013/14 Neil Pryde NP 3D Pro Waist

Year: 2013/14
Plastic outer/ material inner construction. Velcro Power Belt. Fixed spreader bar. Key pocket and waterproof key pouch.

Raised 3D Moulded cushion on outer layer to hold shape Combination of 3D shaped neoprene foam inner (similar to EVA foam, but featuring an outer lining of nylon jersey, which provides a comfortable layering between your body and harness). Recommended when a top/wetsuit is not used.
Back Base support system.
An ergonomically designed PE board insert adds additional support and stability for optimal comfort and protection. 360 Powerstrap
360° strap made from highly elasticised fabric that adapts to body shape providing additional core support.
Non-water absorbent PU outer.
Our unique PU outer fabric is not only highly durable but also repels water keeping the harness lightweight even after long hours on the water. Soft neoprene finished edges
Replaceable spreader bar webbing straps Deep inner seams to avoid scratches

Optional sliding bar system.
The sliding bar allows your body to twist while keeping the harness in place. Provides full range of motion as the spreader bar slides from side to side. Allows you to shift your body weight according to the wind direction

Available sizes: 
Euro: 48 50
   US:  S  M 

Colour options: S Black/Yellow M Black/Green

Pricing £:
Harness with EZ Spreader Bar £159.00
Harness with Sliding Std. Spreader Bar £159.00
Webbing for Sliding Bar £8.90

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The NP 3D offers maximum support and comfort thanks to its unique compact construction that matches the concave shape of your lower back and wraps around perfectly. The Back Base system gives support where it’s needed most, while the cushioned interior makes the 3D the most comfortable harness around.


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