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So why do you never see surfers wear helmets? It’s far too common for surfers to get a surfboard in the head every once in a while. Big wave surfers, come-on! They can get driven right into the reef or rocky bottom, yet you rarely see them wearing helmets.
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We have used ours to rinse off after surfing, clean sand off the grandgroms, wash the dogs paws off after a trail hike, cleaned mud off the back of our jeep, washed off fishing gear, rinsed off RV chairs and rinsed off cooking tools at the campsite. We’ve even used it as a full shower with one of our DryRacks, in the back of our sprinter, when we ended up boondocking for the night.
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Waterproof backpacks typically run in the 20-35-liter range and are great for a change of clothes, your notebook and maybe a snack or two, but that’s about it. When you need to take several days of clothes or a lot of gear with you, you have entered the duffle bag zone.
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