I have a couple of bits of gear from Palm Equipment. The first is a Kaituna longsleeve top that I purchased last year and then there is this short sleeved version which landed at Unsponsored HQ a couple of weeks ago.
Here is my entry for the 2015 video contest at Talulah Fest. Blessed to be able to live such a fun lifestyle, kayaking is the best! Huge thanks to anyone I’ve paddled with this year or anyone who has helped me along the way. Keep charging and having a good time out there!
A great edit from Mat Dumoulin showing his travels from France to Uganda.
Uganda With Mat Dumoulin enjoy.
If you are using a throw line on the river I firmly believe that you need to carry a knife capable of cutting the line you are using.
There are two schools of thought on how a knife should be carried. The first option is to have a knife stored in such a way that it does not create a snag hazard but still remains accessible. The choices on how this can be achieved is limited and really relies on using a pocket on your PFD. The second option is to carry a knife clipped onto the outside of your PFD. By doing this you are accepting that there will be an increased snag risk but the knife will be readily accessible. The other issue with knives that are mounted on the outside of your PFD is that it should remain secure until it is required to be used. Continue reading