Ingenious Inuit Design

Best Modern materials

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]When I started kayaking I tried all  available options for kayak wear: Wetsuit, dry top/dry pants combo, drysuit. 

I remember thinking “none of these options work for sea kayaking”.

I wanted to learn how to do a balance brace, and learn to roll. Since the water is cold head protection is critical. Yet there was no kayak wear that would keep your head dry and warm.

I hated the neck gasket of the dry suit. And it didn’t keep my neck and head warm on the windy days. And when I did a roll I would get instant cold shock.

I decided to make my own gear. Based on the time tested Inuit design.[/text_block]

[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left”]When I tried on my first prototype I was surprised.

Not having a skirt tight around my waist is much more comfortable.

And it allows for the range of motion, that makes the Inuit techniques much easier.

In short it allows for a lot more agility with your kayak.[/text_block]

Designed to keep you dry even when you are in the water.

  • Latex wrist gaskets
  • Smooth neoprene face seal
  • Smooth neoprene cockpit coaming seal