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Watersports Sea-and-Touring Sea-Kayak-Outfitting Skegs Skeg Blade Valley
Skeg Blade

The Valley Skeg blade is perfect for replacing your existing skeg that has failed. This Valley Sea kayak skeg blade is designed for use with Valley boats, but it may fit other brands to. It features a securing ...

£16.46 (inc Vat)
Watersports Sea-and-Touring Sea-Kayak-Outfitting Skegs Skeg Wire Valley
Skeg Wire

The Valley skeg cable is about 230cm long. It is made from a metal wire and it is particularly designed to fit Valley Sea Kayaks. This kayak skeg cable may well fit other brands to! It is easily fed through the...

£5.29 (inc Vat)
You save 11%
Watersports Sea-and-Touring Sea-Kayak-Outfitting Skegs Skeg Slider Tube Valley
Skeg Slider Tube

The Valley Skeg slide tube is made of carbon and fits into he slider unit adjacent to the kayak cockpit. It helps to deploy and retract the kayak skeg located at the rear of the kayak. There are two variants of...

£5.27 (inc Vat)
You save 11%
Watersports Sea-and-Touring Sea-Kayak-Outfitting Skegs Skeg Slider Button Valley
Skeg Slider Button

The Valley skeg slider button, a small button that is located on the side of the kayak to assist with deploying and retracting the kayak skeg. There are two variants of this and they both secure to the skeg sli...


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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December Staff Round Up

This December didn't see us out and about quite so much. It's our busiest time of the year, so it all hands to the deck and with most Annual Leave used up by now. However, we all still managed to fit something in, and the Christmas period gives us all a few days off where the shop is closed, meaning traditional Boxing Day / New Years Eve/Day walks/swims/runs/paddles are all fitted in.
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