Fatyak Kaafu – Kayak Review

  I’ve recently added a new kayak to my quiver, in the form of the Fatyak Kaafu. I’ve bought it as it’s a perfect all rounder and it’s great to have as another kayak for my girlfriend or mates to take out. It has loads of great features and is a really awesome kayak. Here is why: At almost 10 foot, the Kaafu is an excellent size; big enough to paddle quickly in varying conditions and to have loads of…

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Bluffing Your Way Through The Surfing Scene

  Last month I wrote about the book I had just read; The Bluffer’s Guide To Beer, I really like it, it was both funny and informative. In fact I liked it so much that I decided to get another one of the books in the series. There are quite a few interesting Bluffer’s Guides but the one I went for was their Guide to Surfing.   I’m pleased to report that the Guide to Surfing contains all the features…

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Surfing with O’Neill Mutant Split Toe Wetsuit Boots

  There is no getting around it, at this time of year it’s pretty chilly in the water. However as with most things there is an upside, the waves can be be better and quieter. So it really is swings and roundabouts! To get over the chillyness I always glove, hood and bootie up in the winter. My old pair of booties have done a fantastic job over the last few years but unfortunately I’ve had to retire them. They’ve…

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The Best Extreme Sports Bail Compilations

  There is something horribly inside all of us that makes us love watching other people falling off things. If you doubt me, just check out the hit numbers on some of those fail videos on youtube. I’m especially guilty of this and have taken to youtube to find my favourite skateboarding, surfing, snowboarding and parkour bail compilation videos. Ouch! Skate Surf Snow Parkour

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Kelly Kettle – Over a Hundred Years In The Making

  I first saw a Kelly Kettle at a rock festival, I remember being wowed by the simplicity and brilliance of it’s design. I gazed across our groups camp, looking enviously on as the Kettle’s owner boiled water with ease. So what is a Kelly Kettle? To find out the answer we need to travel back in time over a hundred years to the 1890’s to Lough Conn, County Mayo in Ireland, where a young farmer and fisherman called Patrick…

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