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FEELFREE


GEMINI www.feelfreekayak.com • $889


Fast and fun for two, the Gemini shares the Nomad’s rockered hull and playful feel. Easy to paddle, seaworthy and comfortable, the Gemini is a favorite for family and friends. Standard features include comfortable molded handles, deluxe padded seats and Feelfree’s Wheel-in-the-keel for no-sweat transport.


Material: Polyethylene | Length: 12’4” | Width: 32.5” | Weight: 68 lbs | Capacity: 440 lbs


FEELFREE


CORONA www.feelfreekayak.com • $989


The Corona was designed for family, couples or friends who want to enjoy paddling together. Built with stability and comfort in mind, the Corona features deluxe padded seats and convenient molded carry handles. And, Feelfree’s built-in wheel-in-the-keel makes the Corona the easiest handling double out there.


Material: Polyethylene | Length: 13’8” | Width: 32.5” | Weight: 79 lbs | Capacity: 612 lbs


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KOKATAT ARIES


PFD www.kokatat.com $99


Whether out for an early birdwatching paddle on the lake or navigating the rocks along the coast, Kokatat’s new Aries PFD offers recreational paddlers the ultimate in comfort and safety. This low profile, fully adjustable, high-back, front-entry design features soft, PVC-free Gaia buoyant inserts that form around the body for an unbelievably comfortable fit. Designed and manufactured in Arcata, California, to the highest quality standards, synonymous with the Kokatat brand.


HARMONY KICKBACK


PFD www.harmonygear.com $74.99


The Kickback high-back personal flotation device with a nylon shell combines performance with unique design. Its high-back design and ergonomic cut allow for maximum ventilation and comfort without limiting your range of motion. The Kickback design is perfect for recreational kayaks with high seat backs, yet comfortable enough for touring and canoeing. The shell features economical fabrics with reflective trim on the front and back to help you remain visible in the dark.


KLIP-N-GO


KLIP-N-GO KAYAK STRAP www.klip-n-gokayakstraps.com • $24.95


The klip-n-go kayak strap is a quick and easy way to transport your kayak from the drop-off point to your favorite paddling destination, or for those inconvenient portages along the way. Simply attach the custom-formed, powder-coated, spring steel clips fore and aft on the cockpit rim, throw the six-foot adjustable strap with a well cushioned slide-through pad over your shoulder and off you go. The klip-n-go kayak strap is a desired addition to a complete kayak package.


HARMONY


SYNERGY www.harmonygear.com $79.99


The Synergy Series is constucted of urethane-coated 210 Denier nylon for added durability at great value. It features an adjustable neoprene waist with Velcro flaps to maximize comfort and function. The tunnel features a two-way urethane-coated YKK zipper for increased ventilation or quick and easy access to the inside of your boat. The adjustable shock cord rand with polyurethane-coated rim area ensures a waterproof seal and reliable grip on the cockpit.


BENDING BRANCHES


BOUNCE www.bendingbranches.com • $79.95


The Bounce brings comfort and ease into paddling again. With the soft yellow X-grips, handling and control are taken to another level. The Bounce is a quality paddle the whole family can enjoy. It offers the fun and durability every paddler needs at a cost any paddler can afford. All Bending Branches paddles are products of Osceola, Wisconsin, U.S.A.


Blade Material: Glass-Filled Polypropylene | Shaft Material: E-coat Aluminum | Lengths: 210 cm–240 cm | Offset: 0 / 60 Left or Right handed | Average Weight: 37 oz


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