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Pfd

Why we like this:

Not all personal floation device's are created equal, in fact there are five different types of floation devides. Kayaking is best suited for type three. Type three PFD's are designed in such a way that the vest will not ride up towards your chin while seated. The best type three PFD on the market is the NRS cVest. It is mesh build was created so you can easily recline, relax, and stay ventilated while on the water. It also provides eight adjustment points for superior flexibility.

Back seat

Why we like this:

A well made seat will provide extra comfort and back support for paddling. The Ocean Kayak Comfort Plus will fit any type of kayak and any type of paddler. It provides excellent ventilation, padding, and reflection for the late night paddler.

Paddle

Why we like this:

This Bending Branches Whisper Aluminum kayak paddle is feature rich. It provides excellent grip comfort, is extremely portable, and great torque to give you the extra boost on the water.

Spray skirt

Why we like this:

Spray skirts are worn by paddlers with sit in kayaks that want to limit how wet they get while paddling. They are made from nylon or other flexible material that extend to fully cover the cockpit.

Dry bag

Why we like this:

If your ideal kayak does not come equipped with a hatch for storage, or if you need a more transportable storage option, a dry bag will protect your possessions from the water. The KastKing will protect against elements like water, snow, and sand. If you happen to drop it in the water, don't fret, it floats!

Skeg

Why we like this:

A skeg is a fin positioned on the bottom of the hull near the stern that provides added control of the kayak. It acts as a control device to balance out the effects of the current or wind on a your kayak. The DoCooler 1pc is a top of the line skeg made from durable material that easily attached to most kayaks with glue or screws.

Scupper plug

Why we like this:

Scupper plugs are for sit on top kayaks. This product is built to fill scupper holes which are designed to drain water from your kayak when it takes in too much in choppy conditions. If you want to prevent water from entering through the scupper holes you can use these plugs to do so. If the conditions get too rough and your boat is taking on more water than expected, be sure to remove them!

Roof rack

Why we like this:

You may not don't want to get a trailer or new SUV for your kayaking adventures, and we get that, so let's get you a roof rack for your kayak(s). The TMS J-Bar Rack is an easily mountable roof rack that holds two kayaks and comes with a lifetime warranty.

Wet suit

Why we like this:

If you're kayaking in a colder climate, you will be more comfortable doing so in a wet suit. The Seavenger Odyssey is a 3MM thick wet suit that will keep you warm in cool conditions and is designed for both flexibility and durability. Wear this under a water resitant jacket and you will be the most comfortable paddler on the water.