IR Comp LX Dry Top Review By Aaron Koch

We had the coldest temps in 100 years...23 degrees at the put-in...elevation 5000 ft. I was glad to have the old IR plaid to keep me warm...Mexico ain't for sissies no more...

Pros:

  • This top is DRY.
  • Material is bomber..very durable and still soft..lets you move easy.
  • Plaid is sweet...you can wear it to a dinner function if its raining...

Cons:

The verdict:

The 2nd annual Alseseca race was held the weekend of Jan 9th and 10th. This race is also a river clean-up and awareness event. Kayak Huasteca was there to represent the Huasteca Region of Mexico....Aaron, who wrote this review is styling the plaid Comp LX.

If you want to paddle the Alseseca (when it is a little bit warmer than 23 degrees), or any other river in Mexico, contact Aaron at Kayak Huasteca:
http://worldkayakblogs.com/Kayakhuasteca/

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