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Tested: Foul-Weather Gear

We rounded up a variety of foul-weather jackets from some well-known brands and tested them. 

When the wind picks up and the clouds get dark, it’s time to pull on the foulies. But not all foul-weather wear is created equal. We took five different jackets and put them through our own rigorous test to find out which is the best for you—better yet, we got it all on video. Read (and watch) more here.

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Lowe’s Kobalt 138-Piece Socket Set

I have used my Kobalt socket set on so many onboard projects (from rehabbing an inverter to changing secondary fuel filters) that I’d be hard pressed to count them all.

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Sperry Topsider Searacer Plus GripX3

An athletic sneaker with plenty of support and cushioning, the SeaRacers have changed my boat-show experience drastically, and all of my joints thank them for that.

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Gerber Evo Multi-Tool

When you’ve got to fix something onboard having the right tool at the right time is a huge help.

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FLIR One

The FLIR One mounts to the back of an iPhone 5 or iPhone 5S and, in conjunction with an app, turns the phone into a pocket-size thermal-imaging device.

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Grundéns Gage Weather Watch Bibs

You know the Grundéns name from the thick rubber bib pants worn by fishermen the world over.

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From the engine room to the dock, from security to comfort, we’ve got the gear for you.

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Ladybug 2200S TANCS

Capt. Bill Pike’s favorite piece of onboard gear for February 2014.
A technology called TANCS (Thermo Accelerated Nano Crystal Sanitation) might very well produce a cleaner, fresher-smelling boat interior, without resorting to bleach or other harsh chemicals.

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