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On the water we don't write or read as much as we simply do.. do things that is. Still when we prepare our gear we need to plan properly. Where are we going? What will we need? What will enhance the experience? What will take away from it?
I find that often this thinking is best found out of the office and just after a trip on the water.
Sometimes, I get to a place like this and thoughts also mingle with how to stay.
You will find here a set of inquiries, inquiries into paddling and inquiries into a life that involves paddling. The world is indeed a wild place. One also that we are a part of.
Though we like the colors and the flexibility of this site it does not always work as we would like (right now Chrome Browser cannot choose specific colors or sizes as it should here - Firefox is fine). We want to let you know that our E-Commerce Site (which runs the Shop column here) can be accessed directly at:
and In a new Window www.wildwasser.net
All of your Login Id's are the same. Speed is faster and perhaps also the site is more intuitive.
Check it out. We have some nice offerings.
We have recently been building small batches of our Convertible series skirts from some new materials. The latest batch will be from a highly breathable gray colored 3-layer wateproof breathable. The fabric itself is lighter than our recent builds and the color (or shade) is really nice to look and it blends well with about any color of boat, paddling jacket and lifejacket... They say Gray is the new Black!
We have resized our Convertible and Baja Deck lineups so that we have specific "Universal", "Super" and "Recreational" sizes (35, 38 and 44" cockpit lenghts). Before our "Nylon Universal" was indeed universal, and could be sized up to a 36"plus cockpit. The new Super is just a "touch bigger" so that we can fit the Nifty Series from Delsyk as well as the new Kodiak and Poseidon sizes. The smaller Universal (up to 35") is a taugher, less prone to pooling deck that fits wonderfully on Seayak, Motion, Marlin and most of our whitewater kayaks.
A treatise is in the works on how to fit and interpret skirt sizing. The bottom line remains though, if the shoe fits...wear it.
Pictures and details to follow.