Eggplant Fleece, Floating Hat, New Sea Kayaking Adventures!

We have a couple of new products in our little online store!  A Ladies eggplant fleece pullover, this is made locally in the neighboring town of North Conway at Ragged Mountain, where all of our wool and fleece hats are made.  Just a few were made so this is a limited item. Super warm and fuzzy with our Kayak Ways logo.  

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An all nylon, fast-drying Pack Hat by Kavu, has a flexible new foam brim, so it is easy to stow in a pack.  Best of all, it floats!

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Here is photo of Turner wearing the fleece top and the upside down pack hat!  Well, alright, not really, he was busy, so I made due!  These are available with in small quantities with our logo.

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Here, our friend Ernie Forgione is showing off the upside down Pack Hat!  These are available in small quantities with our logo, either RIGHT SIDE UP or UPSIDE DOWN.  We also have available a limited number of the very cool UPSIDE DOWN strap caps, medium and large sizes ONLY.  

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Our last new item is "This is the Sea 5" by Cackle TV, following up on Justine Curgenven's wonderful presentation here in Maine.

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Mother Nature was kind and dumped many inches of fresh powder, just in time for her stay. We treated her to some awesome Alpine touring on Mt Washington.

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Of course, all of our other store items are still available.  All things Green and Kayak related.  Tuiliq by both Reed and Brooks, carbon "Razor" paddles, Avataq, Cags, Aquafleece pants and tops, "Kayaks of Greenland", bt Harvey Golden, Cackle TV's box set of "This is the Sea!", also available as individual copies, as well as our DVD we made with Justine, "This is the Roll!"

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Our building season is just about over. We are presently wrapping up the last of current orders, but if you want to be in the queue for an Alaskan Yellow or Sitka Spruce Greenland Paddle or a custom Skin on Frame Kayak,  for delivery next winter by all means, be in touch!

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