• How to Use Rolling Float

    How to Use Rolling Float

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    There are three key components to rolling a kayak: #1 Driving the legs and thigh, #2 Body buoyancy, and #3 Paddle floatation. Gearlab Rolling Float helps you to be more comfortable with your body balance during your kayak rolling practice. The product is intuitive and provides more initial buoyancy than a paddle. Using the Rolling Float, you can practice more with elegance and confidence,...
  • A Champion's Paddle, Story of Gearlab First Athlete Movie

    A Champion's Paddle, Story of Gearlab First Athlete Movie

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    By Gearlab Outdoors Welcome to Gearlab Outdoors, where we are thrilled to introduce our very first Gearlab Athlete Movie: A Champion's Paddle. Our film showcases the incredible skills and inspiring story of Amber Champion, our Global Ambassador and a professional kayaker based in Canada. Mike Shih and Tiffany Chiu of Gearlab Outdoors traveled all the way from Taiwan to Vancouver Island to catch up...
  • 2023 Kalleq New Season Palette

    2023 Kalleq New Season Palette

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    By Gearlab Outdoors Gearlab launches 3 all new colors on the world’s best selling carbon fiber Greenland paddle - Kalleq. Gearlab is always looking to add more fun and excitement to your kayaking experience, this includes exploring new color options to fit your unique personality and aesthetics. The 3 new colors are: Metallic Purple, Metallic Green and Arctic Crimson. This season each color also...
  • Tips for Transitioning to a Greenland Paddle

    Tips for Transitioning to a Greenland Paddle

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    Some experienced paddlers may be put off by the thought of starting from scratch with a new style of paddle, but in reality the Greenland paddle is exceptionally easy to learn, for both beginners and veteran paddlers alike.
  • Advantages of the Greenland Paddle

    Advantages of the Greenland Paddle

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    The Greenland paddle is the ultimate master of efficiency. Despite the absence of a wide ‘scooping’ blade, the popular myth that a Greenland paddle has less potential power is just that, a myth. In fact, the surface area available to displace water is similar to the Euro-blade, the key difference being that it is spread along a longer blade.
  • A Little History of Greenland Paddle

    A Little History of Greenland Paddle

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    To the uninitiated, the sight of a kayaker using a Greenland paddle is a strange one. To those only familiar with the more common ‘Euro-blade’ paddles it appears as though the Greenland paddler is using a simple stick, which surely cannot be anywhere near as effective as a normal paddle. How wrong they are.
  • Gearlab Engineer Designs a Device to Test Stress on a Paddle

    Gearlab Engineer Designs a Device to Test Stress on a Paddle

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    In the industry, there is no set standard for testing stress placed on the paddles. By knowing so, Gearlab can utilize these results to better serve the consumer by continuing to test their existing paddles to ensure that they will meet the consumer’s expectations. Concrete understanding of the force that a paddle can withstand will assist Gearlab in developing paddles that will withstand all...
  • Greenland Paddles By Gearlab … Conversation with Founder Chung-Shih Sun

    Greenland Paddles By Gearlab … Conversation with Founder Chung-Shih Sun

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    We spoke with Chung-Shih Sun from the Gearlab offices in Taiwan last week. He combined his love for design with his passion as a paddler to create a state-of-the-art Greenland paddle.
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