Get
your
Gear.

What you need for Seatrekking ...

As with any sport, it depends on a good and sensible equipment even when Seatrekking. Neither should you too much with you, use or inappropriate equipment, because otherwise you can quickly lose the joy of sport and the experience. The equipment in Seatrekking should be especially light and high quality above all. It makes sense to buy their own wetsuit, mask, snorkel, fins and socks themselves. For beginners, we have also researched cheap, simple models. Just click on the respective images.

Seatrekking Big Pack .. for water

  • Sports and transportation equipment: for water and land
  • min. 45-70 l capacity for long trips
  • Bicameral system with volume adjustment
  • Hydrodynamics for perfect water location
  • circumferentially gas-tight high-tech zipper
  • large check valve: generates air pressure inside
  • good flow behavior
  • serves as a safety buoy in the water
  • Extra attachable dive flag
  • Safety Whistle

..and ashore

  • comfortable supporting system, removable hip belt
  • extremely tough outer skin, even for dense undergrowth
  • separate dry from Wet
  • Daisy chains / Clip options for water bottle and fins
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Seatrekking Leash

  • extremely elastic leash 7m long
  • Quick release function
  • is extra storage space barely noticeable in the water slide
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apnea fins

The propulsion and dynamism in sports is generated over a long freediving fins. Dhe correct application takes some practice. In the beginning, you should definitely choose a soft fin blade, since the movement in the long run can be painful else in the ankles. Beginners can also use normal fins.

  • soft fin blade made from carbon / glass fiber
  • very good reflexes
  • lightweight
  • always with socks (3mm) wear due to scouring
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mask

Try the mask before, because they really have to fit.

  • most are free diving masks
  • low internal volume with the largest possible field of view
  • minimal water resistance for less pressure when diving
  • dark mask edge (Silkon) against light reflections inside
  • Adjustable headband
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snorkel

The right snorkelling is as fundamentally important as a matching suit.

  • Best: Free Diving Snorkel
  • curved without blow-out valve
  • as compact as possible for low water resistance
  • Be sure to test before!
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BCD

  • Mini Backpack (eg Camelbak)
  • replaces the classic weight belt
  • weightlessly through water slide
  • fill with sand or stones on the beach
  • is adapted to the weight of the Seatrekkers
  • for optimum buoyancy in water
  • Quick release
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Further
Water
Gear

Free wetsuit

  • recommended for colder temperatures
  • without open cell interior coating: Light anziehbar
  • Avoid: Scuba diving suits limit the dynamic movement
  • Choose muted color, bright colors interfere in nature
  • available in various price categories
    (Just click on the relevant product image)
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Windsurf / triathlon suit

  • for moderate temperatures
  • Hood especially for cooling and sun protection
  • high quality, very stretchy neoprene for comfort
  • without open cell interior coating: Light anziehbar
  • Smooth skin suits: more susceptible to damage
  • Choose muted color, bright colors interfere in nature
  • available in various price categories
    (Just click on the relevant product image)
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temperaturewetsuitNeoprene Thickness (mm)
12-15 ° CTwo-piece leisure suit (Long John)7
16-19 ° CTwo-piece leisure suit (Long John / High Waist)7-5
18-21 ° CA) Overall (surfing / Tri / Free Diving)
  • with integrated hood
  • or to separate underwear and separate hood
  • or to overcoat with integrated hood

B) Two-piece leisure suit (High Waist)

 

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tropicsLycra, Head Breastroke, Speed ​​Suites, Skindiving
(Note sun and cnidarians!)

neoprene hood

  • Whether as cold or as a sunscreen, a cap is strongly recommended
  • Colder waters: choose suit generally with integrated hood
  • Moderate temperatures, or in warmer waters separate hood
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Neoprene vest with / without hood

  • Vest with / without hood (Hoodie / hooded vest) to pull over
  • or thinner Undersuit Neoprene
  • depending on the water temperature 3-5 mm
  • highly recommended to accommodate temperatures
    (Just click on the relevant product image)
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neoprene socks

  • highly recommended
  • prevent the chafing of the fins on the feet
  • slightly reinforced sole keeps debris or hot sandy shore
  • also highly flexible Surfbooties work very well
    (Absolutely no tapes and zipper!)
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Further
Outdoor
Gear

Bivouac, tent, mattress, sleeping bag, clothes, cooking & Accessories

Outdoor Equipment on a trail with moderate temperatures weighs no more than five and a half kilograms. Less is more, but get it anyway comfortable to have in terms of heat, hygiene, sleeping, eating and drinking, we recommend requires strong and lightweight equipment.

These include aTravel towel, A lightweight sleeping pad, on ultra-light sleeping bag small pack size, possibly a Inlet for the sleeping bag, as it provides more warmth and hygiene, water-resistant lightweight wrap bags for small items such as mobile phone, keys, wallet, camera, etc., a water-resistant Biwaksackwhen it rains, a good aluminumStoveWho also works with alcohol (important for air travel where no gas cartridges may be taken), a Water water bladder(10l) and a 3 x 3 m tarp that as a clean subsoil and sun-bz. Rain protection serves. In some areas Trail is also a mosquito protection wise, there are also hammocks with mosquito protection.

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MODERATE CLIMATE

 

Sleeps max. 2 kg


  • Sleeping bag (small luggage size!) 600g
  • Sleeping pad (small luggage size!) 600g
  • liner 150g
  • Tarp or Bivaksack 250g
  • Mosquito net or hammock with mosquito protection (depending on Trail Area)

Clothing max. 2 kg


  • Raincoat 200g and 150g Regenhose
  • Three T-shirts 300g
  • Hoody (eg Patagonia NeoAir) 350g
  • light long / short trousers 300g
  • Board shorts or bikini 150g
  • 2 -3 x underwear 50g
  • Scarf / hat / cap 200g
  • 2-3 pairs of socks 150g

Cooking & Stuff max. 1.5 kg


  • Toiletries 300g
  • Headlamp 100g
  • Traveller towel 200g
  • knife 100g
  • Cooking stuff 500g
  • Trinkets 200g
  • 3 small panniers 100g
    (For example, Eagle Creek 28 x 24 x 3.2cm)
  • Water bag 10 liters

TROPICAL CLIMATE

 

Sleeps max. 1.5 kg


  • Sleeping pad (small luggage size!) 600g
  • liner 150g
  • Tarp or Bivaksack 250g (according to Trail Area)
  • Mosquito net or hammock with mosquito net

Clothing max. 2 kg


  • Raincoat 200g (according to Trail Area)
  • Three T-shirts 300g
  • easier Hoody 150g
  • lightweight long pants 300g
  • Board shorts or bikini 150g
  • 2-3 x underwear 50g
  • Cap / hat 200g
  • 2 pairs of socks 100g

Cooking & Stuff max. 1.5 kg


  • Toiletries 300g
  • Headlamp 100g
  • Traveller towel 200g
  • knife 100g
  • Cooking stuff 500g
  • Trinkets 200g
  • 3 small panniers 100g
    (For example, Eagle Creek 28 x 24 x 3.2cm)
  • Water bag 10 liters