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Monthly Archives: January 2013

What to do if you capsize your kayak in cold water

There’s no doubt that cold water represents the most relevant, dangerous, and underappreciated of the objective hazards faced by the average sea kayaker. Immersion in cold water (<60F) will quickly incapacitate you and put you at risk for the development of hypothermia; a life-threatening condition where the body systematically shuts down in response a drop … Continue reading »

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Five Predictions for Paddle Sport in 2013

Happy belated New Year to everyone in the paddle-o-sphere! The 2012 paddling season provided some amazing moments and countless good times on the water. I think that we can expect the 2013 paddling season to be just as exciting! Here are some of my predictions: A kayaker will attempt to cross the Pacific Ocean: (Cough, … Continue reading »

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Seals Pro Shocker Neoprene Sprayskirt Review

Features  High performance 3.5 mm neoprene 3/8″ stitched bungee attachment to rim Top-edge wear guard with Aramid fibers Rim grip/safety slip technology Form fitting anatomical tunnel Glued, stitched and sealed seams Stock Cockpit Sizes: 1.2 thru 2.2 +Feature list courtesy of Seals® products Review The Pro Shocker by Seals is one of the most versatile touring spray … Continue reading »

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