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Watersports Sea-and-Touring Paddles-and-Accessories Paddle-Mitts Current Mitts Palm
Current Mitts

The Palm Current Mitts, or as the older paddlers may know them... Kayaking Pogies! These kayak pogies are a true blast from the past. They are easily attached to a kayak paddle shaft via a Velcro strip and they...

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Watersports Sea-and-Touring Paddles-and-Accessories Paddle-Mitts Pogies Peak UK
Pogies

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Watersports Sea-and-Touring Paddles-and-Accessories Paddle-Mitts Descent Mitts Palm
Descent Mitts

The Palm Descent Mitts are great for adding warmth and comfort to your hands on winter kayaking trips. These neoprene paddle mitts are made from a 4mm neoprene and all the seams are constructed using a glued an...

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Watersports Sea-and-Touring Paddles-and-Accessories Paddle-Mitts Neoprene Paddle Mitt Yak
Neoprene Paddle Mitt

The Yak Neoprene paddle mitts offer extra warmth and comfort, they are great for use on winter kayaking trips. These kayak mitts are easily secured to your paddle via a Veclro secured opening. The Yak kayak pad...

Up and Under WATERSPORTS BLOG

February Staff Newsletter

February was a busy month in the shop. As well as a number of reps coming to see us, and a number of visits to make, we also attended the Run, Walk, Crawl Brecon to Cardiff Ultra, and hosted a climbing shoe demo with Tenaya at local bouldering wall Spot Climbing. We still managed to get out, and members of Team Up and Under could be found in many parts of the UK; including in the Brecon Beacons, the Lakes, South Downs, Scotland, as well as further afield in Chamonix and George L still in Thailand.
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January Staff Newsletter

January saw us starting to get into the swing of things again. A little snow saw many of the team in the Beacons, as well as further afield with trips to the Peak District, Cheddar Gorge and Pembrokeshire all squeezed in. New Years day allowed few of us to get out (even if the weather wasn't great in South Wales) but a number were in still Snowdonia and elsewhere where it was a little nicer.
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Palm FX Video Review

The Palm FX is a low profile PFD designed for primarily river use and freestyle kayaking, but is equally at home on the sea and kayak surfing. Check out our video highlighting the features of this great BA here.
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