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Paddle Sport Designs Clear Vis Faceguard

Face Guard or Canoe Polo Face Guard

The Paddle Sport Designs Clear Vis Face Guard is the perfect choice for all budding Polo stars out there. It is ideal for securing to Canoe and kayak helmets such as the Palm AP4000 and also the Wild Water Competition.

The clear vis is the more expensive of our two canoe polo helmet face guards, but it does have a much better level of visability, hence the name Clear Vis Faceguard. However it is still worth checking out the Palm Faceguard.

The Clear Vis faceguard is easily attached to either the Palm AP4000 or the Wild Water Competition Helmet by simply drilling three holes in the helmets and then bolting it on with the nuts and bolts that come supplied with it.

Paddle Sport Designs produce the Clear Vis in a sexy shade of black which also then contrasts well to the Wild Water Competition and also the Palm AP4000. Both of these canoe and kayak helmets come in a few different colours so they will contrast well with your canoe club or canoe polo club colours. Your team colours can then hopefully be matched to the extensive colour pallet that is offered by Peak UK for their custom made Peak UK Polo Pro Vest.  

  • Available in Black.
  • Ideal for use with Wild Water Competition Helmet.
  • Ideal for use with Palm AP4000 Helmet.
  • Easy to Secure to the helmet.
  • Fixing Nuts and Bolts Supplied.

Accessories

£33.29
Wild Water Competition

A side cut helmet that is mainly used for competitive paddling due to the low profile design. The best fit can be achieved by the addition of some extra foam that comes supplied with the helmet.

£14.26
Mikasa Rubber Waterpolo Ball

Rubber Waterpolo ball used for Canoe Polo

£26.30
Palm AP4000

The Palm AP4000 is an entry-level Watersports helmet that is ideal for canoeing, kayaking, sit on top kayaking and also coasteering. It is made from a tough durable plastic and is available in 2 different sizes. It incorporates an inner cradle and this is easily adjusted if needed. The helmet it self is a side cut design and it rises over the ears. It has an amount of internal padding in the helmet and is very comfortable to wear. The shell then also includes a number of drain holes so it easily empty when doing an Eskimo roll.

Associated Items

£14.00
Palm Face Guard

PVC coated metal face protector for use when playing canoe Polo. (Not suitable for river paddling).

£74.63
Ainsworth K102 Polo

The Aisnworth K102 is a paddle that is ideal for Canoe Polo. It features a pair of advanced technology foam blades that are also assymentric in shape. These are then mounted on a choice of 3 different types of paddle shafts. The shafts available are either alloy, epoxy glass or carbon.

£85.21
Peak UK Polo Pro

A buoyancy aid that is totaly dedicated to the world of Canoe Polo. These are made to order in the colours of your team and also numbered to suit your current line up!

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