Pyranha Ripper Kayak Review

The Ripper has quickly become a popular boat, particularly here in the UK. When you think about this kayak, you probably instantly fantasise about stern-stalling eddie lines or surfing glassy waves in the sunshine. Which would be completely correct (maybe minus the sunshine if you’re here in the UK!) as this boat is basically a … Read more

Prijon Seayak 520HV Review

I work as a professional Kayak Guide in Finland, I typically would take a Seayak 520 HV if I was planning a multi-day trip and I was bringing something kind of bulky, like a tent. The volume is fantastic on these boats and they are super stable. Due to this stability, I was able to … Read more

Valley Kayaks Etain Review

Valley Kayaks are a UK based Kayak production-company with a long history of making boats. They can trace the company back to 1959, when Ken Taylor traveled to Greenland to study the indigenous peoples and brought a Kayak back to England, that Greenland kayak, served as the model by which all of their other kayaks … Read more

Valley Kayaks Sirona Review

Valley Kayaks are a UK based Kayak production-company with a long and fascinating history of making boats. They can trace the company back to 1959, when Ken Taylor traveled to Greenland to study the indigenous peoples and brought a Kayak back to England, that Greenland kayak, served as the model by which all of their … Read more

Necky Rip 12 Review: A Well-Rounded Kayak

The Necky Rip 12 is a mid-level kayak with features and a design that won’t break the bank. Personally, I’d picked up my Rip 12 with myself being relatively new to kayaking with the intent to eventually do multi-day trips with it. The spacious design and features more commonly found on higher models were major … Read more