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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: pedal kayaks at West Marine  (Read 394 times)

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I was in the Santa Cruz West Marine the other day and they had a couple of pedal kayak brands on display---one Native and one Old Town. I'd never seen either one up close, and both look pretty cool. That Native pedal drive is certainly impressive, but it could double as a boat anchor. Anyways, it might be worth a look-see if you are in the neighborhood.

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