Have you decided that a drysuit is the right choice for your time on the water? If so, this blog should form a useful resource, allowing you to make a great decision. Steve, one of our paddlesport specialists, covers the key areas to consider. These include zip style, fabric and seal styles. Read on to learn more.
The Aquaglide Cirrus is a long awaited addition to our range and the use of TPU fabric, which has generally been the reserve of packrafts, has slashed both the weight and pack size of this inflatable kayak. In this blog George covers the key features and who this boat might best suit.
We want to get you on the water! We now have a great range from Duotone/Fanatic for you guys to try. With freeride right through to wave options there is something to suit everyone. This blog gives a run down on the kit and who it might suit. Try It Now!
Welcome to the wonderful world of the wetsuit. You’re not alone in finding the vast ranges somewhat overwhelming, so this guide aims to simplify key terminology and make future purchases stress free. There is a great deal to know and I will aim to address the topic in order of importance.
It's always nice to receive feedback on the products we sell. When Ginny, a regular whitewater paddler and friend of the shop, offered to help with a review of her new NRs Axiom Gore-Tex drysuit we jumped at the chance.
In this blog Joe covers the main differences between two class leading crossover kayaks, the Dagger Katana and Pyranha Fusion II. Both offer amazing versatility and convenience but with subtle differences that should help to inform your decision.
In this blog Joe covers why canoe paddle length selection is always a case of compromise. You'll learn how best to make the correct decision depending on your height, intended use and boat choice.
joe explains how the new Firecracker fits within the Pyranha kayaks range, specifically in relation to their popular Ripper 2.
Here Joe covers the reasoning behind Pyranha's move away from sizing that bases itself on small, medium and large. The numerical system might be confusing to some but potentially gives more freedom to those choosing a new boat.