A brand new Yak Taurus PFD has just landed at Unsponsored HQ from the Marine Super Store.
I have to say that this is one of the best looking PFDs I have seen in some time.Continue reading
So over the last few years I have been lucky enough to be using the APE Element jacket which I believe practical, comfortable and downright amazing. So I thought I would take some time to talk you through my favourite piece of gear which I have been using in that time: The Ape Element jacket!Continue reading
Chris Brain runs through the three simple steps to properly fit your PFD.Continue reading
Although being a UK based and Nookie being a UK based company you wouldn’t have seen a great deal of Nookie gear on the site. This is something that is set to change with some new Nookie gear landing at Unsponsored HQ for review.
First up is the Nookie Rockhopper. It is designed to be at home on the sea, lake, river or play wave. It is an over the head slab style PFD with QR buckles on the right hand side to make it nice and easy to get on.Continue reading
This probably the best shot we’ve seen of the new Palm Equipment PFD as worn by Bren Orton in a number of videos.
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It wasn’t in our plans to release these before next Summer, we don’t even have a good photo of them yet. But you asked for it, so we’re going to make it happen! Pre order your SEND shorts this week and you’ll get them in December! 100 pairs only. Pre order closes Sunday 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 @wearesend @bren.orton @adrianmatternkayak @danejacksonkayak @kalobgrady88 #dewerstone #wearesend
This shot is from Dewerstone. The production version could be dropping soon.
What are your thoughts on adding gear onto the outside of your PFD?
Do you keep it clean?
For the last nine years Astral have released a special (limited) edition of their Greenjacket PFD. 2018/19 is no exception.
We’ve received this very interesting content from Graham Snape relating to his University research.
For my major project at the University of Nottingham I investigated whitewater Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) and the level of buoyancy they provide. The aim of the project was to increase the total buoyancy available to the user in emergency situations.