Few activities give the outdoor enthusiast such a varied array of experiences as paddling. Whether you are seeking the heart-stopping exhilaration of a roller coaster or the serenity and peace of getting lost in the moment, you can find your passion in paddling.

What’s the difference between kayaking and canoeing?

Typically, canoeists sit on a seat with their legs underneath them as if on a bench. In some canoes, the rider actually kneels down in the canoe. Most canoes are “open” and therefore the canoeist and the gear are exposed to the air. In most cases, the canoeist uses a paddle with only one blade. Kayakers, on the other hand, sit in a seat on the floor of the boat with their legs directly in front of them. Most kayaks are “closed” boats, meaning that the kayaker sits inside of the kayak in what is called a cockpit. Kayakers typically use a paddle containing a “blade” on each side of the shaft.

So, which kayak are you?

 

We have designed a product range that encompasses all of the kayaking disciplines. We have focused each product design, to appeal to entry level paddlers, in each discipline.

Our main reasoning being that paddlers new to the sport will be looking for :

  • value entry level equipment to give them a taste for the sport,

  • durable, long lasting equipment that is robust enough to cater for learner error,
  • a price level that under use, or over abuse, will not be a prohibitive purchasing factor,

  • a twelve month guarantee on all of products.

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