I've been using VE paddles for around 3 years now and other competitors such as Werner, Select, Lettmann or AT seem inferior. I think VE have nailed the weight to surface area of the blades which allow you to transfer so much power into each stroke, making these paddles perfect for all disciplines of whitewater kayaking. I've never had any issues with durability either and would easily trust VE in any grade of whitewater. One of my favourite things about VE paddles is the fact that they are custom built to any feather, length or hand you could wish for(there's even a chart to tell you which size would be best for you depending on your height and discipline of paddling!) Also, there is an option to convert the paddles into either 2 or 4 way splits if need be. This is great if you're trying to space save for trips abroad or just as an emergency pair! Combinations of Carbon blades/shaft or Glass blades/shaft are available if you don't want to splash out on full carbon blades or want something a bit more durable.
A Bomb Shell. The Moki is the perfect expedition tent, very comfortable for 2 person even though is designed for 3. If you are looking for a 4 season shelter probably this is a good option. This tent is very easy to set up and have interesting features, like the small windows on the sides. You have to keep in mid this tent is about 3.8kg. After all this tent is perfect for cold extreme weather.
This bike is amazing! I'm short in height, and I've managed to find a bike that is truly nimble to ride on, fits like a glove, and eats trails like there is no tomorrow! Trek, you've done yourself justice.<br />
She features 29er wheels, 120mm front- and back-suspension (Fox Float 32), and shin-shredding pedals.
I love riding in these shorts because it's a great Aussie brand that aligns to our local conditions! They are extremely comfortable, durable, and good for all day rides.<br />
They feature a back-pocket and front-pocket to stash your keys and possible a mobile phone into; the back pocket means a lower risk of smashing your screen too. <br />
Dharco stands for 'Downhill Australian Riders Company', and they make some pretty sweet and affordable stuff!
These shorts fit nicely and prevent chafing. The material is awesome for all types of activities, and I absolutely love the design. Cool, back pocket zipper too to carry something small while running. The best thing about Lululemon clothing is the quality and how long it lasts! I still have pants from 4 years ago that haven't aged a day.