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1: Seals Sea Sprite Sprayskirt
High performance 3.5 mm neoprene deck with Sealtex edge guard Waterproof, breathable fabric tunnel with adjustable neoprene waistband Removable suspenders Rim grip/safety slip technology 3/8" stitched bungee for attachment to the rim Double-stitched and sealed seams
3: L6 Easy Peasy: Neoprene/Bungee Rand Spray Skirt
The Easy Peasy is a great skirt for any beginner to intermediate paddler, and just as the name suggests, it’s built for versatility. Due to the forgiving bungee rand, this skirt will fit an incredibly wide variety of cockpit shapes and sizes. Features include a grab loop, an extra safety webbing strap across the front, and a Velcro waist cinch system for a better fit and seal. “The Easy Peasy has simplified our rental department immensely. Whether touring or whitewater, we know it will work and the adjustable waistband is ideal. With plenty of durability, the Easy Peasy has proven to fit on every whitewater boat we carry”. -Pete Noren, Midwest Mountaineering Inc. Minneapolis, Minnesota
4: L6 Juice Lite
The Juice Lite is a rubber randed whitewater skirt with a focused simplicity aimed directly at one thing: keeping water out of your boat. Tested on the Ottawa River, the Juice Lite employs a super stretchy neoprene deck and a machine molded rubber rand that actually breaks in to take on the shape and size of your cockpit, ensuring the best possible fit. It might look basic but its dryness and firm fit in the cockpit rim give it the performance of a high end deck.
5: NRS Drylander Shock Cord Sprayskirt
The NRS Drylander Sprayskirt provides an amazing seal with your boat thanks to our new shock cord design.
6: NRS Neo Touring Skirt
Neoprene deck skirts are far and away the driest choice for your touring and sea kayaking adventures. The NRS Neo Touring Sprayskirt with its all neoprene deck and tunnel is the perfect choice.
Harmony Miniskirt (Touring) - Black
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