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Informational: Outfitting Your Touring Kayak

…more closely sized to the cockpit. They may have a fitted neoprene tunnel or an adjustable fabric one. The fabric tunnels may have pockets, hand warmers and suspenders. Neoprene skirts are generally more watertight and often chosen by boaters that plan to learn to roll their kayak. Breathable fabric…

Informational: How to Stay Warmer with Proper Paddling Headwear

…your head," or, "If your feet are cold, put on a hat." Let's take a look at these "truisms." The surface area of your head makes up about 10% of the surface area of your body. So, those larger percentages of heat loss could only be true if they're referring to the heat loss from the unprotected head

Informational: Preparing for Cold-Season Boating

…bag. Although we exposed the “you lose most of your heat through your head” myth in “How to Stay Warmer with Proper Paddling Headwear”, you’ll enjoy the warmth you get with a Mystery Head Warmer. * Your hands and feet are farthest from your heart and lose heat quickly.…

Informational: How to Stay Warm When Boating

…difference earplugs make keeping your head warm and you’re protecting your ears from cold air, cold water and infection. The NRS Storm Hood is a warmer option, but if the rest of my body stays warm, the full-cut helmet liner usually does the trick. From head to toe, that’s how I stay…

Informational: Cold-Water Layering

…where other clothing rubs paddlers wrong. The advanced fabrics wick moisture, dry quickly and protect from harmful UV rays. Wear them solo in warmer weather, and layer them when it’s colder. The line is divided into the following weights: * Silkweight: 4.6 oz. nylon/spandex blend, relaxed…

Informational: Packing for International Paddling

…hands on once you leave the country. Head to foot: Helmet: * To full-face or not to full-face? When heading to the land of waterfalls and basalt for three weeks, knowing that I would be taking some mandatory big hits, I commit to the full-face. If I am heading into expedition-style trips or big…

Informational: Cold Water Protection and Hypothermia

…which shelters the "core" of the body. The greatest heat loss occurs in the armpits and crotch. Next, pay special attention to the extremities. The head radiates a surprising amount of heat. If the helmet alone is not warm enough, pile or neoprene liners can be worn inside. Neoprene booties cover…

Informational: Basic Gear for Kayak Fishing Safety

…is that if you start getting too warm, just practice a self-rescue! The quick dip will help cool you down for a while! If fishing slightly warmer waters, then think about wetsuits. Sleeveless “farmer john” style wetsuits like the Ultra John and Ultra Jane offer insulating protection…

Informational: Yoga for Off-Season Paddling Fitness

…are a great way to work on your paddling fitness when the water isn’t running. If you live in a cold place and can’t travel anywhere warmer this winter, try adding some yoga to your off season paddling routine. There are a number of benefits that a weekly yoga routine can do for you.…

Informational: Safety and Rescue Discussion Group

…with swiftwater emergencies and the first thing they look at is their personal protective gear. This is going to be a drysuit, or a wetsuit for warmer climates, footwear with a sturdy sole on it and good ankle support. Then, of course, a good PFD. e-News: I’ve seen posts on boater forums that…

Informational: Preventing Shoulder Injuries

…with swiftwater emergencies and the first thing they look at is their personal protective gear. This is going to be a drysuit, or a wetsuit for warmer climates, footwear with a sturdy sole on it and good ankle support. Then, of course, a good PFD. e-News: I’ve seen posts on boater forums that…

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