by Sail Staff, Posted November 18, 2008One of the great things about sailing is that you never quite know where your travels will take you. If you’re a cruiser, there are usually trails to be hiked in far-flung destinations, and if you’re a racer you’ve undoubtedly found yourself ashore in not-so-ideal weather conditions, waiting to see what the RC will do. Sure, you could wear your foul-weather gear, but chances are good that muddy
by SAIL Editors, Posted March 25, 2014Gill’s OS22 offshore jacket is built from the company’s proprietary 3Dot laminated fabric, which includes a dedicated hydrophilic-coated layer to transport moisture away from the skin, while maintaining waterproofness and breathability.
by Sail Staff, Posted July 10, 2008Looking for the perfect sailing/hiking/exploring sandals? Look no farther than the Chaco Z1. These kicks are equally at home on a trail, on a beach, in the surf, or on a deckprovided you buy them with the nonskid Unaweep sole. Credit the versatility to an ingenious strap-tightening system. Simply pull on the adjustment strap and you’re set; there’s no Velcro to come