Lucky Charm Cockpit/Waist

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Lucky Charm Cockpit/Waist

Lucky Charm Cockpit/Waist

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A 3mm neoprene tunnel is mated to an abrasion-resistant 4mm Supratex II deck. The front casing is reinforced with Schoeller™ Dynamic® provides extra protection around the cockpit rim. IR's tri-fin rand rubber rand profile provides a tenacious grip to prevent implosion while maintaining a dry seal. The unique rand compound we use enhances stretchability in cold conditions. A neoprene apron extends past the rand to aid in providing a dry seal. Super sticky silicone grip strips on the underside of the casing keep the skirt securely in place in heavy whitewater. Our grippy, corrugated, high-vis Eagle Talon grab handle holds its shape and prevents your hand from slipping off the end making it easy to find and pull in disorienting situations.



    • Deck: 4mm abrasion resistant Supratex
    • Front Casing: Schoeller™ Dynamic® reinforcment
    • Weight: 3.5 lbs (56 oz)



    • Tri-fin rubber rand provides the most implosion resistant seal in the game
    • Extra neoprene apron around the front casing helps cover seat bolts for protection and dryness
    • 4mm abrasion resistant Supratex deck and rear casing is durable and confidence inspiring even in the world’s most challenging whitewater
    • Schoeller™ Dynamic® reinforced front casing offers increased abrasion resistance
    • Silicone grip strips on the underside of the deck help hold the skirt in place when putting it on
    • Eagle talon grab handle is grippy and easy to find
    • 3mm neoprene tunnel is offered in many size variations to fit paddlers of most shapes and sizes (S-XXL)
    • In an effort to reduce plastic consumption, this skirt comes packaged in a reusable grocery bag.





  Medium 80" - 84"
  Large 84" - 90"
Xlarge 90" - 95"
XXlarge 95" - 100"


The most accurate measurement for a spray skirt is your kayak cockpit rim circumference. Grab a piece of string, rope, or a tape measure. Follow your cockpit rim around at its broadest point, marking when you begin the measurement. If using a string/rope, lay the string in a straight line and measure from point A to point B, and you will find your cockpit rim circumference. Happy cockpit measuring! 





Use your normal pants waist size as a reference point. If you don't know your normal size, use a soft measuring tape to measure your waist. Take this number and subtract 2" then boom, you have your recommended tunnel size. 


  Xsmall 26" - 28"
  Small 28" - 30"
Medium 30" - 33"
Large 33" - 36"
Xlarge 36" - 40"
XXlarge 40" - 44"




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