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Verus Kayaks – More Detail

Verus Kayaks have released more detail on their two new kayaks.

Verus Kayaks - More Detail
Verus Kayaks – More Detail

We are excited to announce the 2020 lineup from Verus Kayaks. These kayaks have been in the works for the last year and we are excited to bring you the Gladiator 2.0 and the Hellbender. Our goal with these kayaks is to play the river as much as possible and offer the most aggressive designs on the market today. We took the feedback we received from the original Gladiator and created a more playful stern and improved the outfitting. The Hellbender came from our love of slicey boating and the idea of creating a boat that will maximize fun on class III and IV rivers. We are stoked to get these boats to the people by June! Stay tuned as we will be announcing pre-orders in the coming weeks. You will be able reserve your boat in advance with custom color options!

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Movie Monday 24 February 2020

Welcome to Movie Monday 24 February 2020 at Unsponsored. Welcome to the site and our collection of selected edits to ease you into the start of the working week.

Movie Monday 24 February 2020
Movie Monday 24 February 2020

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Social Media Saturday 22 February 2020

Welcome to Social Media Saturday 22 February 2020 at Unsponsored.

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The Rhondu Gorge Of The Indus

The Rhondu Gorge of the Indus
The Rhondu Gorge of the Indus

In November Dane met up with the California boys to experience a river like no other, the Rhondu gorge of the Indus. Flowing 86 miles from the valley of Skardu, it has become a river even the top kayakers of the world wonder if they feel up to the challenge. It’s got insane power flowing down steep rapids, creating huge features, making every rapid a stout after the next. It’s a river so big that the first question people get asked when they just completed the Indus, is “how many portages did you do”? Many of the worlds best kayakers often portage, usually between the 5-8 realm. This trip saw the Cali boys portage only 4 times, as well as see Dane get the lowest number of portages ever done, down to 1, by completing the first descent of the infamous Malupa rapid. It was an experience none of them will be forgetting anytime soon, and it’s just one of the places that it’s hard to believe we get to experience with our kayaks.

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Social Media Saturday 25 January 2020

Welcome to Social Media Saturday 25 January 2020 at Unsponsored.

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Social Media 18 January 2020

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Movie Monday 6 January 2020

Welcome to Movie Monday 6 January 2020. Another cracking set of movies to distract you from the start of the working day. Kick back, relax, work can wait.

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Movie Monday 6 January 2020

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Movie Monday 30 December 2019

Welcome to the last Movie Monday of the decade, Movie Monday 30 December 2019.

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Movie Monday 30 December 2019

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Kayaking In The Shadow Of Everest

Before he was guiding for Backshall, before he became synonymous with the Himalayas, before so much more Daz Clarkson-King was kayaking in the shadow of Everest in October 2003.

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Kayaking In The Shadow Of Everest
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KTAG – Meghalaya

The Knives to a Gunfight series continues. This time Bren and Adrian are joined by Kalob as they take the half slice kayaks to the powerful, multiday rivers of Meghalaya.

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Movie Monday 14 October 2019

Welcome to Unsponsored and Movie Monday 14 October 2019.

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High Water Middle Kings

Dane Jackson takes a run down Middle Kings.

High Water Middle Kings
High Water Middle Kings

With less than a week left in California, the Middle Fork of the Kings was looking like it just wasn’t going to drop to low enough levels to be able to commit before I left. But somehow it managed to drop just barely into it’s window of runnable, although high, right in time. Ben Coleman, Carson Lindsay, and myself decided to head in with some of the juicier flows than most people would start hiking for.

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