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On your FEET:
Shoes are required. Any shoe that you don’t mind getting wet that will
stay on your foot is a good choice. Sport sandals, sneakers, or water shoes
are all good choices. Flip flops are not recommended.
In the early spring months we recommend sneakers or sport sandals with a
good pair of wool or heavy fleece socks. We rent neoprene wetsuit booties
for $5.66 that will help to keep your feet warm on the coldest days. Do not
wear cotton socks on the river, they will hold water and suck away your
On your BODY:
In warm weather, a swim suit is sufficient. Ladies may want to wear
lightweight shorts over your suit. You may also wear a T-Shirt for comfort
and sun protection. Don’t forget the sunscreen.
In cool to cold weather we recommend wetsuits*. Wear a bathing suit as a
base layer under the wetsuit. You may also wear a layer of snug fitting
synthetic type long underwear under the wetsuit (Under Armor, Capilene,
Etc…) for those cold days of early spring. Layer your upper body with a
wool or fleece sweater. Top it all off with a paddling/splash jacket*. Do not
wear any cotton, especially next to your skin. Cotton holds
moisture and draws heat away from your body. This is great if it is
95˚ outside, but when it is cold, it is a recipe for a very
uncomfortably chilly day.
*Wetsuits and Paddling Jackets are available to rent. You may reserve them
in advance or rent them the day of your trip. Wetsuit with a Paddling Jacket
rents for $10.85 and a Paddling Jacket alone rents for $3.77.
Swim Wings Not Required
On your HEAD:
All participants are required to wear a helmet.
You may want to wear a ball cap under the helmet for sun protection.
Sunglasses are optional. If you bring them be sure to strap them on!
In cold weather you may want to wear a snug fitting wool or synthetic hat
under your helmet.
Don’t forg et a towel and dry chang e of clothes for after your tri p.
CheatRiverOutfitters.com • 1-888-99-RIVER
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