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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: Chris Gragtmans While this is extremely fun to do, and is generally how the largest drops in the world are run, many people have trouble with getting themselves in the right mindset and zone for running a park and huck. It feels strange committing to something...

Touring

How-to blog written by Team Dagger's Todd Wells I think it's safe to say that no one likes a leaky kayak. I especially don't like a leaky kayak, so I decided to take note on a few of the things I do to keep my kayak and everything inside it extra...

Recreation

When Team Dagger’s Brad Ludden was 12 years old, his Aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer. After watching her endure this immense trial, he was inspired to volunteer for a local pediatric oncology program by teaching the participants how to kayak...

Crossover

Our new kayak, the ROAM, is generating a lot of attention at Outdoor Retailer. For all those who can't make OR, check out the ROAM here: http://www.confluenceoutdoor.com/2014/08/whats-that-dagger-boat/