quick-drying top pulls

The NRS Men’s H2Core Silkweight Short Sleeve Shirt works in harmony with the body’s natural cooling processes for all-day comfort when you’re paddling, SUPing, or boating in wicked hot conditions. This breathable, quick-drying top pulls sweat off the skin where it can evaporate, thus cooling your upper body more efficiently than a traditional cotton T-shirt. Friction-free underarm

to win. Pull on the ultra-low Injinji Run Lightweight Coolmax No-Show Toe Sock for minimalist protection with a barefoot feel. With toe sleeves for natural splay and movement and CoolMax moisture-management, this sock will help prevent blisters and give you enduring dry, cool comfort

rope you have to work

out Mammut’s Transformer Protect Climbing Rope. At 9.8mm, it’s light enough to handle your project but tough enough for top-roping, and it has a middle mark so you can always know how much rope you have to work with. Mammut made the Transformer using transfer yarn, which is high-quality yarns leftover from the construction of other ropes, so it’s more sustainable than most cords and has a pattern that changes every meter. It also features Mammut’s Protect Coated Sheath treatment for added abrasion-resistance and a longer

fit that allows for layering underneath. This drytop connects to your pre-existing sprayskirt via a five-inch, double-pull waist—keeping both you and your kayak’s cockpit dry. Latex neck and wrist gaiters fit snugly for a water-tight closure against mist, chop, and unexpected spray. A GlideSkin coating inside the neoprene neck overcuff ensures your paddle sessions won’t end prematurely due to chafing

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