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Serious boaters, including 28 year-old professional kayaker Rush Sturges,will tell you the only way to train for whitewater paddling is to go paddling.
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A whitewater-specific design that can take multiple hits and should accommodate just about every head size and shape. (It comes with an assortment of pads for fine-tuning the fit.)
Paddlers will appreciate its snug fit and mesh back panels that breathe easy in summertime heat.
Considering that the expedition-ready Elvis comes with a removable storm hood and a relief zipper, it’s an even greater bargain.
Its fabric’s fibers are bound with a natural insect-repelling agent found in the chrysanthemum flower.
The roll-top closure on SealLine’s Pro Pack is waterproof enough to handle repeated dousings and brief submersions.
Handcrafted in Portland, Oregon, Saltwood’s Reggie has a hollow-core spruce shaft and composite blade, both of which do the flexing so your joints don’t have to.
The wisest move is probably just to leave your iPad at home. But if you must, protect it with Aquapac’s new waterproof case.
Finally, an inflatable SUP that’s solid, durable, and entertaining. The Badfish is even a hoot in ocean surf.
A touring race board that gobbles up the miles. The carbon-fiber model ($2,675) offers more full-on speed.
A great all-rounder and close runner-up for Gear of the Year.
Perfect for stalking bonefish in the flats.