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WINDPADDLE SAILS


ADVENTURE SAIL (C) www.windpaddle.com $169.95


WindPaddle’s best-selling sail, the Adventure is intended for the serious sea kayaker. This is the sail for expeditions on big water and will be pulling hard long after you are ready to head to shore. The Adventure will withstand any condition you throw at it. The sturdy and unbreakable perimeter batten maintains sail shape in high winds and allows for high sailing angles. All WindPaddle sails launch and fly instantly from the on-deck position. No mounting hardware or modifications required.


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WINDPADDLE SAILS


SCOUT SAIL (D) www.windpaddle.com $139.95


The WindPaddle Scout sail is an entry-level sail intended for the recreational solo kayak paddler. The Scout is the same size sail as WindPaddle’s popular Adventure sail, but with a softer, easier to use batten. Designed for four- to 15-knot wind conditions, the Scout is the lightest, most affordable and easiest-to-use sail currently on the market. It will pull you quickly downwind yet it’s easy enough for kids eight to 80 to handle.


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CRUISER SAIL (E) www.windpaddle.com $219.95


WindPaddle has designed the Cruiser sail for canoes, tandems, inflatables and fishing kayaks. They kept all of the lightweight easy-to-use features of their other sails but added more power for the heavier boats. The Cruiser sail connects to existing boat hardware—perimeter lines, bungy cords, eye-straps, etc.—so there is no need for deck-mounting hardware or complicated installation. All WindPaddle sails launch and fly from the on-deck or in-boat position.


DELORME


INREACH www.delorme.com $249


With global two-way satellite messaging, interactive SOS and message confirmation, inReach gives you peace of mind wherever adventure takes you. A breakthrough in affordable satellite communication, the new DeLorme inReach also enables remote tracking and SOS alerts anywhere in the world. Compact, lightweight, waterproof and impact-resistant, it can be used as a standalone device or paired with an Android smartphone or the DeLorme Earthmate PN-60w for even more functionality.


WATERSHED


GRID TABLET BAG www.drybags.com $96.95


The Grid tablet bag utilizes Watershed’s ZipDry technology to provide the safest, driest tablet case available. Watershed’s ZipDry seal has been rated for submersion up to 300 feet. The best thing about Watershed’s newest addition is that your iPad or tablet is actually usable while protected due to its window. For smaller-than- iPad-sized tablets, simply purge more air from the bag for a snug fit.


WATERSHED CLUTCH TRAVEL and


SMARTPHONE CASE www.drybags.com $134.95


This versatile case protects all your important stuff from water, moisture, dust, sand and greasy fingers. A clear, usable window encases your smartphone, while an adjacent window allows you to have your ID handy. Internal pockets keep your cash and cards secure and separate from any documents or other small items you want to keep dry and on hand. The fully waterproof, submersible closure is made in Germany and is hidden and protected when you fold and snap it shut.


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