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Salt Water Sportsman
Fishworks’ Quatro board shorts are quick-drying, durable and lightweight
Salt Water Sportsman
Tags can be customized with lens color of choice; a frame of tortoise, black or silver; and any of Costa’s patented 580 lenses
Salt Water Sportsman
Part sandal and part shoe, the footwear boasts a quick-dry mesh
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Beyond Coastal designed Active Daily 30 SPF to absorb quickly and remain water resistant
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Montauk says it uses proprietary milling and weaving processes to soften its fabric to a cottony feel
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Marine-collection, polarized Vitesse lenses are available in inland gold and offshore blue
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The bags can accommodate even the largest trolling lures and skirts...
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Backed by a lifetime warranty, the sunglasses feature stainless Italian spring hinges and hydrophilic Megol temple and nose pads...
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Boasting a truly stunning look, the Dorado Boardshort features a unique color and print that amazingly match the color and scale pattern of a dorado...
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Engel's new 35-quart Deep Blue Ice Chest boasts a 2-inch layer of insulation that can keep your ice from melting for eight days...
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Maui Jim's Longboard is sure to be a hit with the sport-fishing crowd...
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West Marine has debuted a line of technical gear and casual apparel...
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Editor Chris Woodward, who primarily fishes shallow inshore waters, sampled the Ocracokes and reports that they're extremely lightweight...
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The pack features a removable belt and ventilated back panel...
While everyone on the water knows that staring into bright sunlit waters will damage your eyes over time, no one wants to acknowledge that time itself takes its toll as well...
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