The Coolest Accessories You Can Buy for Your Canoe


The Coolest Accessories You Can Buy for Your Canoe

Few experiences compare to the feeling of cruising on a calm lake on a warm summer’s day. The wind at your back and the soothing sound of water lapping can easily soothe all your stressful thoughts. But before you head out, make sure to pack these cool canoe accessories to make your expedition that much more comfortable.

WindPaddle Cruiser Sail


Adding a sail to your canoe or kayak will allow you to use the wind’s force to propel you faster than you ever could travel with oars alone. This WindPaddle Cruiser Sail measures 1.5 meters wide and works with kayaks, tandems, inflatables, canoes and expedition boats. It features a transparent center window so it won’t totally block your view, and can pull your vessel to reach speeds up to five to 30 knots. If you’re going on your journey solo, the sail can be tied to your vessel’s side to pull you while you steer, however it may be easier to use the sail with two people with one steering while the other controls the sail.

WindPaddle Cruiser Sail, Amazon

Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Daypack


No one wants to be the person whose gear takes an accidental dip. Keep the contents of your bag dry by investing in Sea to Summit’s ultra-sil daypack. Available in two color combos, this double-stitched 22-liter bag is made of lightweight siliconized Cordura-brand fabric for maximum water resistance. Best of all, it can be folded down to fit in the palm of your hand when not in use. While it is not intended for full immersion, this backpack will keep your items safe in case of accidental splashing or sudden rainfall.

Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil 22-Liter Dry Daypack, Amazon

GCI Outdoor SitBacker Canoe Seat


You don’t have to exchange comfort in order to sit in your canoe’s bench and enjoy the summer’s breeze for hours at a time. Weighing in at three pounds, GCI Outdoor’s padded seat is lightweight and can make any hard, awkward surface a place to sit back and relax in comfort. This reclinable seat has a cushion for lumbar support, a storage pocket and can hold a maximum of 250 pounds. Plus, it can fold up and has a shoulder strap for easy transportation. But don’t limit this backer merely to your canoe; it can be used for other activities such as sitting in the bleachers during sports games and even as an impromptu seat for camping.

GCI Outdoor SitBacker Canoe Seat, Amazon

Suspenz DLX Airless Cart


Easily transport your vessel from your vehicle to its launch zone with a mini cart. This powder-coated aluminum cart is made of stainless steel hardware and can hold up to 150 pounds. It comes with foam padding to keep your canoe ding-free, two straps to secure your vessel and its 10-inch tires are airless, meaning you’ll never have to worry about a flat. Suspenz’s DLX cart also folds up and comes with its own mesh carrying bag to make traveling a breeze.

Suspenz DLX Airless Cart, Amazon

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Diana Faria is currently a writer for AllOutdoor who has chosen not to write a short bio at this time.

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