An interesting little piece of river running technique from Pat Keller.
Enjoy some of the best moments from the last 4 years !! So many places, rivers and waterfalls…. Stoked with life and with the experiences I am getting to live !!!
Thanks a lot @Dagger Kayaks for your support. It’s been awesome working with such a cool group of people and I will always be thankful for the opportunity !!! Continue reading
A few months back I posted a video of the new Five Ten Canyoneer shoes. A few more details have appeared since then.
In canyoneering, where static friction is life and sliding friction death, Canyoneers have become the gold standard. The Canyoneer 3, with its Stealth S1 soles, reflects more than 15 years of R&D in some of the world’s harshest environments. The new 2015 Canyoneer retains the burly protection and excellent stability of its predecessor, but adds an increased lug height for improved penetration on soft ground and easier mud release. We’ve added welded rubber rands that interlock with the mesh upper to eliminate any chance of delamination; an asymmetric fast-lace system for single-handed adjustability in cold, wet conditions; a protective tuck-away lace pouch and svelte heel cage for torsional stiffness and support. And the flexible ankle cuff gives you support and protection without compromising range of motion.
Sunday the 25th Jan 2015 – Scottish Kayaks & Paddles was broken into. Several pieces of kit have been stolen including some gear by Palm Equipment.
Please keep an eye out for cheap Palm Atoms, Surges and some other jackets as our Scottish Kayaks & Paddles shop got broken into last night and these are the items that we know are missing so far, if you do by chance hear of any please contact the police or ourselves.
Mega Swimmer rocking the Dee in the Long boat.
Just a fun training session on the River in the Long Boat waiting for it to rain. Continue reading
A great edit from Carson Lindsay. It looks like 2014 was a great one.
This little video is a showcase of some of my favorite moments of kayaking from 2014. The majority of the video was shot in Chile and Argentina, with a little bit of California spice at the end. A huge cheers to everyone who made this year possible and to everyone who contributed footage for the video! I can’t wait to see what this year has in store!! Continue reading
Leif creates some really nice edits and this one is no exception.
Rockem Sockem is the name of a rapid and a wave on the Slave river. The wave is good at low water (about 3400-3500 cms) which is usually in the fall. It’s a very dynamic and steep wave, offering some good air. The good pocket of the wave is accessed by surfing through the “penalty box” (or by hiking and dropping in from above). The penalty box is a vicious little pocket of a hole that dishes out some beatings (see this video vimeo.com/112213319 for solid penalty box time), but surfing the main wave makes it all worthwhile. Continue reading
Waka kayaks are here in the UK.
Paddler weight: 60-120kg
Volume: 300 litres
The Tuna best suits paddlers in the range of 70kgs – 110kgs.
Rush Sturges and Ben Marr lose control while kayaking down a drainage ditch in Lions Bay, British Columbia. Join the crew for a high paced 800+ meter descent reaching a top speed of 72 km/hr (45mph).
This is a video showing the adventures of a group of kayakers exploring the rivers of Central and Western Kenya.
Unfortunately the short rains (October too December) where not the best and we where not able to do as much as we hoped but we still had some great times. Continue reading