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Goods + Gear – February 2022

by Randy Woods

Add Some Color with Filson’s Brook Trout Patch

This stylish Brook Trout Patch from hometown company Filson is perfect to liven up your fishing jacket or tackle bag. Each limited edition design is painstakingly crafted one at a time on an antique embroidery machine from 1910 to create a unique symbol of your love for the outdoors. Filson utilizes a blend of moss and chain stitches using multicolored threads made of wool, acrylic, and rayon to achieve the realistic, hand-made look of the brightly hued freshwater fish. These iron-on patches are made in extremely limited quantities, so be sure to order yours now. $80 // filson.com

Eliminate Humidity with the Eva-Dry 1100
In the cold winter months of the Pacific Northwest, mold and mildew are facts of life on board, but they don’t have to put a damper on your next excursion. This deceptively small EDV-1100 electric dehumidifier from Eva-Dry zaps moisture out of the air, drying out as much as 1,100 cubic feet in a few hours. Using Peltier Technology, the unit does not use a compressor, so it produces almost no noise. Measuring just 8 inches tall, the EDV-1100 is ideal for boats, but also works on land for RVs, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and any other mid-sized spaces where dampness is common. Includes a detachable 16-ounce reservoir that allows you to toss excess water overboard. $53 // Available at Fisheries Supply in Fremont or fisheriessupply.com

Nostalgic Nautical Canapé Plates from Caskata

Nothing celebrates our nation’s maritime heritage better than illustrations of our great sailing ships of the past. Add some class to you next boating party with this set of four Caskata Blue Rigging Canapé Plates, featuring detailed schematic depictions of 19th century merchant ships plying the waters, complete with intricate rigging patterns and dimension figures. The blue-and-white, 6.25-inch diameter plates provide a handsome nautical accent to your galley’s flatware collection. The plates are also both dishwasher and microwave safe, making them as durable as they are elegant. $65 for a boxed set of 4 plates // caskata.com

Cruise Green with Torqeedo’s New 6.0 Outboard

Netherlands-based Torqeedo has long been one of the gold standard makers of battery-powered engines with its Cruise line of outboards and pods. The new Cruise 6.0 RS model ushers in a new level of green power and efficiency. Available in 3 kw, 6 kw, or 12 kw capacities, these ultra-quiet outboards are powered by rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and can produce the equivalent of 9.9 HP for powerboats and sailboats boats weighing up to 6 tons. The 6.0 model has a completely reworked electrical design, enhanced thermal behavior, and a strengthened aluminum pylon for enhanced durability. The zero-emissions engine also comes with TorqLink data communication and remote steering. $4,600 // torqeedo.com

A Henri Lloyd Crew Jacket to Turn Heads

Stay protected from the elements while maintaining control of the tiller in this high-performance Fremantle Stripe Crew Jacket from Henri Lloyd. The dashing white jacket, with navy and red racing stripes, cuts a fashionable profile for boaters of all kinds. The nylon face, Gore-Tex Pro inner membrane, and Velcro closures ensure that you stay warm and dry, even while navigating through winter’s toughest gales. Made in Europe, the machine washable, waterproof jacket is created under Henri Lloyd’s strictest environmental standards to ensure that its clothing is long lasting and uses sustainable methods of product shipment. $315 // henrilloyd.com

Canoe Home with a Customized Paddle Wine Rack
Whether you’re cruising Puget Sound or gliding across a crystal clear lake in the Cascades, prepare to be inspired by this tasteful and whimsical tribute to outdoor living and fine viticulture. Created by upstate New York artist Kevin Phillips, this paddle rack from Uncommon Goods is a great nautical addition to any salon, galley, or den. Each 35-inch-long canoe paddle can also be personally customized with the GPS coordinates of your home, beach house, marina, or any other favorite maritime location. The hanging racks are milled from solid American hickory wood and fitted with three copper helix spirals to hold up to three inverted wine bottles. Bottoms up! $150 // uncommongoods.com

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