Up Schitt’s Creek Without a Paddle!
While INNER CIRCLE Direct does not actually know the exact location of Schitt’s Creek, we’ve got to believe there is such a creek somewhere in the world. And if you ever find yourself there and in need of something to get you where you want to go but without the paddle to get you there, we’ve found a terrific way that will still carry you from point A to point B. It’s also a great alternative if you become “winded” or if you just want to sit back and let Mother Nature do the work while you relax. It’s Scout Sail by maker WindPaddle Sail, who came up with a sail design that is safe, lightweight, corrosion-resistant, durable, inexpensive, and able to be quickly set-up and taken down while out on the water.
As WindPaddle explains it, “Folks wanted a sail for knocking around the lake or loaning to the neighbors that was easy for the kids to fold but didn’t set them back too many $$$. It was the incentive for building the new WindPaddle Scout.”
What ICD especially liked about the Scout Sail was that it was built with the casual or recreational paddler in mind. The Scout is the lightest, most affordable and easiest to use sail currently on the market. The Scout Sail will pull you quickly downwind in a way that is easy enough for kids 8-80 to handle.
If you’re looking for a great way to go down the lazy river, enjoying the experience without the work, ICD highly recommends you make haste for this fun, innovative way to sail the high seas or to just explore the lake just around the corner.