Kayaking and carnage from Liverpool Uni. Great to see a number of Unsponsored stickers in there!
We catch up with Hans Nuts, designer for Wave Sport, to talk about the new Mobius Carbon, Bryan Kirk, and his cat.
We talk with Snowy Robertson, designer for Dagger Kayaks, about the new Katana and the possibility of a future kayak named “The Spork”
Hastings gives us a look at some of the new blade shapes and designs coming in the AT Paddles lineup but also lets us in on a new technology that will help ensure you never find yourself up a creek (with a broken paddle).
Dagger’s entry into the cross over market – the Katana sparked a great deal of interest when images of parts of the boat were leaked on the net. Most were hoping for a revamp of the Nomad creakier. Nevertheless the Katana looks like it will be a great paddle and will be popular with a wide section of the market.
Team Dagger’s Chris Gragtman’s gives us the bow to stern on Dagger’s new Katana. Designed for whitewater overnighters, to easy river trips
UK firm Pyranha have taken elements from previous Burn designs and have made the 3rd generation Burn for 2014. The Burn is a superb boat and the new design tweaks looks like it will continue to be very popular.
More on the Wavepsort Mobius with designer Hans Nutz.
Wave Sports Hans Nutz gives Rapid Media Publisher Scott Macgregor the low down on the new freestyle kayak the Mobius. Coming in three sizes (and even a Carbon version for the pros) this boat has a very interesting stern design to help you catch more waves.