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OR Sensor Command Photo: Outdoor Research

Do-it-all deck bag for touring and tweeting

A review of the Outdoor Research Sensor Command deck bag from Adventure Kayak magazine.

For those who can’t leave shore without their tablets, this deck bag features a dry compartment with a touch-screen compatible clear window. It’s equally suited to displaying maps (you know, those paper thingies the old-timers used), and can be used independently if you don’t need the bag’s two additional compartments for extra storage.

www.outdoorresearch.com | $159

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This article originally appeared in Adventure Kayak, Spring 2013. Download our free iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch App or Android App or read it here.

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