Paddling, Exploring, Building, Living
Our paddles are incredibly robust and can take quite a beating. But they do require a little care and maintenance. In this video, you'll learn how to take care of your Echopaddle so you'll have it for years of great adventures.
Learn how to...
One of the first questions I get asked about Echo's composite whitewater canoes is "what if it hits a rock and pins?"
I still think we should judge a boat more by how it paddles than by how badly we can damage it, however this is certainly a valid question.
We don't want you stranded at the side of a river somewhere!
This summer we got our answer when we managed to pin our Starlight in a rapid on the Dumoine River (not by choice).
I had confidence in the layup but,...
Contents Of The Kit:
Kevlar patch cloth
Fiberglass patch cloth
Epoxy resin and hardener
Kevlar cutting shears
Acid swab brushes
When I started making Echo Paddles back in 1998 I must admit it was a rather modest ambition- to make some high quality paddles in small numbers. I though I would use them myself and perhaps some friends would ask me to make some. That was about it.
Almost 20 years and over 1200 paddles later, I am both shocked and honoured to have the support and commitment shown to me by the paddling community. My latest honour was to make some decorative paddles for the Ottawa Riverkeeper...
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