Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Although this approach might seem a bit wild, we recommend at least trying it out. You stand up, remain in your own boat with one leg and place your other leg somewhere into the back part of the other kayak. Well, there is the third option, of course; while logistically more demanding, it sure is fun. December 10, 2 min read. When I first got this strange looking thing as a joke gift from my mom, I had a nice laugh and threw it into the back of my closet. Men have an easier time relieving themselves in general, and certainly when it comes to a kayak, but what about us?
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Which one you choose depends on your comfort level — and courage.
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Your second option is the same as your first, but without a shewee. From my experience, this is the only way to pee safely in waves. Thought i was the only one using shewees! Which one you choose depends on your comfort level — and courage. Though it is quite easy for men, it loses it simplicity when it comes to women. When you find yourself in a sea kayak far from shore, a certain complication might arise for you as a woman. Especially if, before heading out, you forgot to squat behind a tree as a preventative measure, and you also drank a full pot of tea at breakfast.