Since mid last year there have been snippets of information regarding Palm Equipment’s all new range of whitewater gear. Earlier this month, the goods began arriving in Europe and already a huge amount of people are wearing it. Why? Well it looks pretty sweet, and it seems to work well. Above is Palm’s promo for the NEW 2011 men’s Atom jacket. And below is the promo for the Women’s 2011 range, featuring the all new Aqua drytop.
Here’s a cool little edit from Ben Jung of Full On Kayaking. The Lech Gorges, boom!
A sick edit from Ben Brown. The Wainui river New Zealand showcased here at high flows, some massive drops, clean lines and not so clean lines – all set to some classic dubstep. Awesome.
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Now I don’t mean to oversaturate our blog feed with so much from the Whitewater Grand Prix, however… it’s big, it’s happening right now and it’s hard to ignore. Plus they keep banging out great videos and updates! Above is the official update from the Whitewater Grand Prix team, and below – BombFlow Magazine’s sixth daily update on the event:
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So last month the release of new online magazine BOMB FLOW was announced; Set up by Evan Garcia and Fred Norquist, the magazine concept looks fresh and interesting to say the least.
For more on BOMBFLOW Magazine Click Here.
“It all begins tomorrow… twenty-five of the world’s most talented, most versatile, and most progressive kayakers compete in a multi-disciplined, 6-stage competition…”
Earlier this year the Whitewater Grand Prix Website was launched, talk was talked, hype was hyped and athletes announced.
Tomorrow, the competition begins.
From the looks of the opening party and short glimpse of the training day, it’s going to be huge – in all the best ways.
Keep up to date with the competition HERE .
An insight into filming with one of kayaking’s top professional photographers, Lucas Gilman.
Featuring Jesse Coombs’ first descent of Abiqua Falls – this is a must watch for anyone interested in film making, photography or just kayaking. Brilliant.
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