The Seals Splash Deck provides nice sun and splash protection for your legs when a full skirt is too much. Available in two sizes. Use the Fit Guide tab below to determine the proper size.
|Black - 1.2 thru 4.2||A-SDBKSS||0872244006519|
|Black - X - 5.0 thru 7||A-SDXBKSS||0872244006526|
Product came on time and was what I was expecting. Fits the cockpit well and stays in place in use. The splash skirt does what it is supposed to: divert water and debris from falling in your lap. The two bows form a nice curve so everything runs off. The mesh zippered pocket allows easy access to anything stored there, though they get wet. The heavier the objects, the less curvature though. I keep a waterproof camera and GPSr in the pockets and they are easy to get to and secure. You can also keep a GPSr on top of the pockets (so you can use it and read it underway) and secure it to the mesh top or through the zipper so it can't slide off. If water starts to pool, pushing on the underside to lift the curve lets it roll off. Not perfect but works for me. You can get in and out of the kayak with the splash deck in place fairly easily. All in all works pretty well and I'm happy with it after using it a half dozen times.
Good product. I have a Dagger Delta. I havn't figured out what the cross strap is for yet. Other than that it works good.
Really pleased with the spray skirt, they said it would fit my kayak and it did, fits like a glove.
It is hard to find a spray skirt for a recreational kayak, but this one does the trick. I have a Wilderness Systems Pungo 120 where most times I enjoy the open cockpit, but when I recently went down the Buffalo River it came in real handy to keep out water coming over the bow. Great product!