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See-Me-Standz

Paddlers often share waterways with a variety of fast-moving motorized watercraft. See-Me-Standz aims to reduce accidents by solving the age-old problem of visibility on the water. The lightweight, two-tier flag and three-option mounting base is designed for one purpose: for paddlers to be seen and be safer. This innovative system features fiberglass poles, a polycarbonate orange base, and a reflective strip in the middle. Frankly, it’s hard not to see. It mounts to anything via Velcro, and it swivels 360 degrees. It’s perfect for canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, pedal boats, or even slow-moving fishing boats. Starting this summer, you will be able to pick one up locally at White Elephant and Alpine Haus Marina in Spokane Valley and the Coeur d’Alene Resort Boardwalk gas station. MSRP: $20. Seemestandz.com. //

About Jon Jonckers

Best known as a Senior Writer for Out There Monthly magazine, Jon Jonckers serves on the Board for the Friends of the Centennial Trail and is also an Assistant Cross Country Coach at Shadle Park High School. With a busy wife and two active children, he doesn’t have a lot of spare time, but he does enjoy shooting photos across the Northwest, and his pictures have been published in several national running and climbing magazines.