To celebrate its centennial, L.L. Bean has released a collection of iconic gear true to the company’s roots.
The fiberglass mashup is stable, fast, and light, and thanks to the unique seating system, you can pilot it kayak style (double bladed) or with a canoe paddle.
The only thing missing? The $100 price tag.
Once you’re back at the campsite, a twist valve makes for easy pouring.
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Aquapac’s waterproof case barely interferes with your beloved touchscreen’s functionality and has a jack for your headphones.
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My first reaction to SylvanSport’s Go was… meh. I’m not really a trailer guy, and the Go seemed a bit overpriced and gimmicky. Then the company loaned me one.
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