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Retailers' Descriptions

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Made with durable nylon with reinforced edges, the Bean Bag works on a unique enclosed-foam-bead design that contains hundreds of high buoyancy foam beads sealed in an air tight chamber. Easier to stow than a traditional solid foam block paddle float.Large blade sleeve fits all size paddlesDurable, compressible - stuff it in your boat or use it as a pillow!Dimensions: 21" L x 13"W x 5" Thick.

- Campmor

In rough seas and wind-blistered lakes, there truly is no substitute for paddling in groups where an assisted rescue is the best way aide a capsized kayaker who fails to recover with a roll. Trust the Gaia Paddle Floats to provide assistance during a solo recovery and provide some stability in choppy water as you bail water and re-affix the spray skirt.* Self-rescue techniques should be practiced in both controlled and real-life conditions to increase chances of success

- Backcountry.com

Gaia Bean Bag

previously retailed for:
$34.99 - $35.18

The Gaia Bean Bag is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2013 at Campmor.

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