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New NeoFlex Gear From Palm

Spring is here, and so is Palm Equipment’s brand new NeoFlex range. Made from super stretchy 0.5mm neoprene, backed with a cosy thermospan fleece, NeoFlex gear is phenomenally comfy wet or dry, and gives an unrivalled connection to the water.

New NeoFlex Gear From Palm

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Canoe Outfitting – Airbags

Kelvin from Silverbirch canoes gives a great run down on how to outfit a canoe with lacing, airbags and gab loops.

Canoe Outfitting - Airbags

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Palm Supports The Free Rivers Fund

Earlier this month, to mark International Day of Action for Rivers, Palm Equipment announced their contribution to the Free Rivers Fund, who will receive an annual donation of 1% of Palm’s profit on all Whitewater PFD sales.

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Movie Monday 27 March 2017

Here it is, Movie Monday 27 March 2017 on Unsponsored. We have a carefully selected batch of whitewater edits to distract you away from whatever task you would prefer not to be doing.

Movie Monday 27 March 2017

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Palm Paddle Bag – First Look

Earlier this week we received a 2.0m Palm Paddle Bag for review.

Palm Paddle Bag - First Look

Although paddle bags are really useful for keeping paddles safe when there being slung around on/off long haul flights, my prime use for them is actually to protect my car when the paddles are being carried inside.

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Titan Kayaks Rival Walkthrough

Titan Kayaks Rival Walkthrough

A walk through of Titan Kayaks latest 9ft Creeker the RIVAL with video, music and editing by Sam Ricketts (NZ).

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New Websites For Waka And Escape Watersports

Both Waka and Escape Watersports have recently launched brand new websites. Check them out.

New Websites For Waka And Escape

Waka Kayaks

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Soca Katarakt In The Prijon Curve 3.5 Creek

I am a huge fan of the Prijon kayaks of old. I have owned and paddled many from the T-Canyon to the Delirium. So it’s great to see the whitewater range of Prijon kayaks expanding with the release of the Prijon Curve 3.5 Creek.

Soca Katarakt In The Prijon Curve 3.5 Creek

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Risk

The Stikine river is perhaps the one river that burns in my heart as the bracket of experience. This is, for me, the place where all my passion lay bare and raw for all to see. It is more than the river alone. It is more than the memories it gave. For many this river, which has been put on a pedestal, holds no clues-no passion. Instead, others do, these are the places that prepare you to challenge. Implicit in these situations is the notion of personal risk. How we, as thinking organisms, perceive these risk situations is key.

It is not simply a question of can we do this?

But is the question, should we do this?

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Peak UK Deluxe Drysuit – First Look

Just like the other Peak UK gear we had in recently the Peak UK Deluxe drysuit was first seen back in 2015 at the Paddle Expo in Germany.

Peak UK Deluxe Drysuit

After having some time time checking the suit out and discussing its design with Snakey it was clear that Peak UK had taken some time to develop there next generation of drysuits.

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Movie Monday 20 March 2017

Welcome to Movie Monday 20 March 2017. Please, go ahead and enjoy the selection of whitewater edits below. It’s Monday, you deserve it.

Movie Monday 20 March 2017

If you like what you see please hit the social media link(s) of your choice and share.

The vast majority of the edits within Movie Monday 20 March 2017 have been filmed using the GoPro range of cameras.

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More New Liquid Logic Kayak

Just over a week ago we posted a video edit from Movie Monday that contained what appeared to be a new Liquid Logic Kayak. Today Aniol Serraolses has released a video edit on Facebook showing a very interesting looking Liquid Logic Kayak. So we have more new Liquid Logic Kayak for you.

More New Liquid Logic Kayak

This appears to be the same or similar kayak.

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