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Harmony "Silent Traction System"

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Harmony STS

Make & Model

Brand:
Harmony
Model:
Silent Traction System
MSRP ($):
29.99

Experienced kayak anglers understand the advantages of remaining undetected. The Harmony "Silent Traction System" makes your kayak even more capable of sneaking up on your favorite fish by reducing the noise transmitted through the water caused by incidental contact with the hull by paddles, poles, pliers and other fishing necessities. Simply place the self-adhering Silent Traction pads where there is potential for contact and put the odds in your favor. You can also easily cut to customize as needed. Harmony Silent Traction Pads include 2 large rectangles that are easily cut to customize as needed. Perfect for those that want to modify for a specific application.

 

 

Features:

  • Includes 2 large 20 x 12 in.rectangles
  • Remain undetected
  • Easily cut to customize

Specs:

  • Material(s): EVA Foam
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Sounds of Silence

The product is thick enough to last but not so thick as to be cumbersome or overly heavy. It has an adhesive backing that really sticks to everything. I have not had any come off since it was applied. Just be careful to make sure it is in the right place since once it adheres you will probably damage it to get it up. SO, measure twice and place once. Pick places that will dampen the sounds you make. Places to consider are where your feet will be when you stand, where you rest or place your paddle, rods, stake out pole, under anchor trolley pulleys, etc.

OK, so it isn't totally silent it does significantly reduce the noises we all make while kayaking. It also provides a slip free surface for standing and equipment. The first time you go out after you apply it I think you will also be impressed at how much noise reduction you realize. I was. I didn't realize how noisy I had been.

A side benefit is it also looks cool. you wont be just sticking some goofy looking stuff all over Yak. This stuff works. Give it a try.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Well made, Deadens Sounds, Improves traction
Cons:
None
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