by Sail Staff, Posted November 23, 2009If you’re a junior sailor who spends hours out on the water — or if you know one who does — you clearly understand that the clothing you choose to sail in has a huge impact on how your feel, and how you perform, whist sailing. If you meet this description, check out SailFast’s new line of junior (ages 7 – 15) rash-guard shirts. The shirts, which are made out of SPF 50+ material that dries quickly
by SAIL Editors, Posted April 15, 2014Henri Lloyd’s newest Elite Offshore Range jacket is 30 percent lighter and 20 percent more breathable than the company’s other top-end foul weather gear...
by SAIL Editors, Posted November 21, 2014Since the very first Hobie 14 catamaran pushed off a California beach in the late 1960s, the Hobie brand has been about both style and performance, and there’s style to spare in the company’s new Tequila Sunrise collection of recycled sailcloth bags.
by Sail Staff, Posted February 6, 2009Looking for a dry bag that can also serve as a grocery carrier or an adventure pack? DeMar Designs’s new Cortez backpack is well worth your attention. The backpack features open-mesh construction (with some nylon paneling), a generous vertical zipper opening that allows top-to-bottom access, accessory pockets, compression straps, an internal pocket for a hydration unit (not supplied), a removable
by Sail Staff, Posted March 10, 2007Choosing sailing footwear is game of compromises: don deck shoes and your dogs will howl in the heat; wear open-toed sandals and you risk a trip to the podiatrist if you “discover” any deck hardware. To this end, Timberland recently launched its new line of Mion sailing footwear. Featuring an ergomorphic footbed that molds to your foot, a sculpted superstructure that holds your foot firmly in
by Sail Staff, Posted April 5, 2011Keep your toes toasty with these cold weather socks from Drymax Sport Socks. Although created for runners, the socks are perfect for when you’re standing watch in the wee hours of the morning or out sailing on a chilly afternoon. Better still, the socks wick away moisture so your feet stay dry as well—just the thing for sailing in early spring.$15, Drymax,