Keep your big boat dry inside thanks to the protection of the NRS Catalina Spray Skirt.
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Your options and sizes only provide waist...
Your options and sizes only provide waist size of the paddler. What about the size of the cockpit? I could not find that information on your page. I THINK I would like to try this skirt but I am afraid it might not fit my 37 in X 20 in cockpit. I see other people are asking the same question.
Below is the sizing information for this skirt. Looks like a small would fit your boat nicely.
Deck Length Width
XS 30"-35" 19"-22"
S 36"-42" 19"-22"
M 43"-50" 19"-22"
L 51"-57" 19"-22"
Really overall a good skirt. Only downside is that it isn't quite wide enough for my boat, but it still does the job definately a great deal for the economically minded not looking at major white water. I used on some class II with it performing perfectly
I have an old town dirego 106 with a cockpit...
I have an old town dirego 106 with a cockpit of 18.5" x 38" would this spary skirt come in a size that would fit
Does anyone know if this will fit a Dagger...
Does anyone know if this will fit a Dagger Transition kayak? I paddle slow moving river and lake mostly and don't need anything extreme...
I bought this for my Old Town Dirigo 106 to go on a kayaking trip with. After debating whether I should spend the extra money on a neoprene or not, I decided to go ahead and go with this cheap one. I ordered a small (36-42"x19-22") to fit my 38"x18.5" cockpit. They must have sent me an XS, because this thing would not fit. It took me and my two friends over an hour to get it on every time we put it on and then it popped of within a few minutes. It did stay on barely long enough to run the only class III+ rapid of the trip so I guess that is it's only redeeming quality. BIG letdown from NRS here... I wish I would have forked over a little more money for a real skirt. I will definitely be taking advantage of the 100% satisfaction guarantee. It's just a shame that I have to pay $7 to ship this piece of trash back.
I'm a new kayaker and want a spray skirt...
I'm a new kayaker and want a spray skirt for my Wilderness Systems Pamlico 100 ... will this spray skirt fit it? How do I measure?
Here is the sizing chart straight from NRS:
The cockpit dimentions are 47.5 x 22in (121 x 56cm). I have the pam 100 too and use this spray skirt--medium size. It fits pretty tightly around the cockpit and it's a little loose around my waist.
does it fit the potomac 100 es and what...
does it fit the potomac 100 es and what size would it be?
Fits this perfect
Im obviously not in the kayak so im wearing the skirt but it fits perfect.i bought the medium size
I was worried about size but this thing is soo adjustable.I love the way it looks and it fits perfect.u can also adjust the bubble to fit how u paddle or how u like your legs.
Will this fit our Wilderness Pungo 120
Will this fit our Wilderness Pungo 120
I have the same question re: fitting a Pungo 120. Any answer yet?
How do I install the skirt? I've got a...
How do I install the skirt? I've got a Wilderness Cape Horn, 15 feet/
Step into the tunnel of the skirt and pull it up onto your torso. Sit down in the cockpit and with both hands reach behind you, start the skirt on the comb (the lip around the cockpit) at both of the rear "corners" then carefully stretch it and work your way to the front. Depending on how tightly it fits this can sometimes be frustrating, but you get the hang of it after a while.
NRS Catalina Spray Skirt
Bought the sprayskirt as a better value substitute skirt for a neprene one for my Perception Sierra with large cockpit and to be honest it is easier to fit and with the shape rib/ bar in the middle of the skirt it is easier to use whilst paddling too! The Draw cord facility on the top of the skirt is so easy to adjust that even my kids are able to use it "somehting which they couldnot do with a neprene skirt in the past." If you are looking for a great value skirt and you are not looking to run white water then this is ideal for the larger cockpit boat.
I have a 17 ft Dagger Baja...its an oldie,...
I have a 17 ft Dagger Baja...its an oldie, but I love it. I am considering a newer yak this year for portaging with. I need it to be light enough to portage single-handed, but also able to hold a weekend worth of gear. Any suggestions? I am 5'2 120lbs. (if that makes a difference)
i recommend a Pyranha Fusion Small (Connect 30 option if you're running some decent WW) Maybe a Liquid Logix Remix XP9. Fusion Small will prob fit you better. Both are "crossover boats" which means they are great on WW and have a drop down skeg to keep you straight on the flats.
Interested in a NRS Catalina Sprayskirt,...
Interested in a NRS Catalina Sprayskirt, but need cockpit size 19 x 34" for Perception Ellipse - do you have that size?
Nothing against NRS but I think you would like to have a seals skirt. The quality is there. And depending on the size of your Eclipse it would be 1.4 or 1.7
Hi, I am looking for a sprayskirt to...
Hi, I am looking for a sprayskirt to fitOuter rim 296 cmlength 112cmwidth 61cmI think the med touring kayak skirt would fit. I am based in Ireland. Can you assist.Many ThanksCharlie
Look at the sizing chart.
thin fabric, will provide very little protection from water entering
this skirt is ok for light paddling. After no time at all this will leak through the fabric / nylon on the top. this is ok for a starter skirt, but i have this one and personally dont like it.
What are the large straps on the skirt...
What are the large straps on the skirt for? The one on the top front and a smaller one on the back of the skirt? How do you tighten the skirt down around the kayak if the cord is behind you?Hope you can answer these questions. This will be my first skirt. I received my skirt for Christmas it came with no instructions :(Thank you for your time.Patti
the straps are for something to grab and take the skirt off the kayak quickly. in the instance where you roll over and cannot righten the kayak back up while underwater. when you get the skirt, you will want to install the skirt on your kayak with you not in the boat. and re-tie the knot on the back, this way every time you put it on it is allready sized to the opening of the kayak.
I'm new to kayaking, but the skirt fits great and is comfortable. Plus, it looks sharp!
NRS Catalina spray skirt
This is a great skirt for the price. Thin nylon will leak through if you rub against it on the inside(like a tent). I can even roll in it without it imploding. Sizing is a bit odd, I would recommend trying it on before buying.
NRS Catalina Spray Skirt
This is a good skirt keeping you dry. I only marked this adequate because I own a Heritage Featherlite 14 Kayak and the skirt works for the large opening but not perfect and because of the Featherlite 14 kayak seat back, it doesn't work well. The seat back is a little wide. How ever, I do use this all the time on the Featherlite because it does work.