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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 The last couple of months I have been towing around my sweet new $300 1959 camper trailer from race event to race event hitting the scene and getting back into shape. I have been recovering from my back break at Abiqua falls about a year ago and a...

Touring

By: Brad Ludden As we all know, strong shoulders are key to a successful paddling season! There are a few simple movements you can be doing now to get your shoulders in peak shape for paddling this year. The hand stand push up is a great movement that can be done...

Recreation

Many touring boat manufacturers (including Dagger, until we introduced welded plastic bulkheads) use minicell foam to fabricate bulkheads. This is a fairly inexpensive and effective method of retrofitting bulkheads in a boat that didn't originally...

Crossover

Team Dagger had a great showing, with Geoff Calhoun taking first, Ryan Mooney taking sixth, and Quality Control manager Wade Harrison showing up and taking 15th. Overall, 7 of the top 10 finishers won in Green Boats. Go fast, take chances! Erin...