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By: Evan Lyendecker p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 9.0px Helvetica} The Life Of My Helmet By Logan Smith Keeping it tight on both my temples, equal pressure presses on the back as in the front. I make sure I can see, I can buckle my helmet easily, take it...

Kayaking 101

These links are provided through American Canoe Association (ACA) and are an excellent resource for getting the most out of your paddling experience through information and training. At Dagger we also share the same goals that emphasize respect for...

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Whitewater

By: Tyler Bradt Our destination was Mexico. This mission was to be a little different than most. Instead of plugging off big waterfalls we we're attempting to do a seldom done crossing of the Sea of Cortez then continue descending a 300 mile long remote section of...

Touring

There are a number of Dagger athletes that were invited to compete this year, including Aniol Serrasolses and Chris Gragtmans . Gragtmans recently wrote an article for Canoe & Kayak on the famed competition. Read an excerpt below: "The...

Recreation

By: Ben Coleman Turning Stroke The turning stroke is used to point your boat in the direction you want to go. The main difference between the turning stroke and the forward stroke is the position of the paddle shaft. The paddle shaft is positioned vertically for...

Crossover

Reposted from the Dagger blog, written by Chris Gragtmans I figured I would start things out by sharing some thoughts on the Green Boat. I contributed a bit of insight to Pat, Andrew, and Snowy during the design process of this boat, and I can now...