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New for 2014 H2O Performance Paddles (‘H2O’) introduces its new lightweight SuperTour TPX paddle. Utilizing its parent Company’s extensive R&D and precision plastics expertise, H2O has created one of the lightest performance paddles available in the global marketplace. At 27oz, featuring a Carbon Bent Shaft and H2O’s Fast Ferrule (patent pending) system, this paddle is sure to set the benchmark in performance paddles. “This paddle is a direct result of our dealer feedback, we value the voice of our Customers and our new SuperTour TPX is the culmination of that input to create a class leading paddle”, Shillion Mongru, H2O Marketing Manager. H2O Paddles continues to lead the way in technical development in the paddle sports industry. 

About H2O Paddles  

H2O is a global supplier of High Performance Kayak and Canoe Paddles. With over 10 years of manufacturing experience, H2O has created industry leading designs such as its Crystal X blades, Super Tour Nanotechnology paddle and ergo grip Whitewater paddles. H2O holds patents and is patent pending on numerous signature design elements. Located in Toronto Canada, H2O is a subsidiary of Dynaplas Ltd., a global high precision plastics supplier with ‘black box’ design, product validation and testing capabilities, in-house tooling facilities and injection molding machines ranging from 12T to 500T. 

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New for 2014 H2O Performance Paddles (‘H2O’) introduces its new Standup Paddleboard paddles. Utilizing its parent Company’s extensive R&D Fluid Dynamics simulation, H2O has created a unique take on the traditional SUP blade. The innovative double concave outer profile provides greater stability and power in a compact blade size. All our H2O SUP paddles feature a height adjustable shaft for a perfect fit. H2O Paddles continues to lead the way in technical development in the paddle sports industry.



About H2O Paddles 

H2O is a global supplier of High Performance Kayak and Canoe Paddles. With over 10 years of manufacturing experience, H2O has created industry leading designs such as its Crystal X blades, Super Tour Nanotechnology paddle and ergo grip Whitewater paddles. H2O holds patents and is patent pending on numerous signature design elements. Located in Toronto Canada, H2O is a subsidiary of Dynaplas Ltd., a global high precision plastics supplier with ‘black box’ design, product validation and testing capabilities, in-house tooling facilities and injection molding machines ranging from 12T to 500T.

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New for 2014 H2O Performance Paddles (‘H2O’) introduces its revised Fishing Specific Kayak Paddle. For 2014 our Kayak Fish paddle receives a new lighter blade and funky Camo Graphics. Each paddle is available in either Green Camo or Desert Camo and features a line hook, tape measure on the shaft and weight scale hook. Available in lengths up to 250cm. The best tool in the tool box! H2O Paddles continues to lead the way in technical development in the paddle sports industry.




About H2O Paddles

 H2O is a global supplier of High Performance Kayak and Canoe Paddles. With over 10 years of manufacturing experience, H2O has created industry leading designs such as its Crystal X blades, Super Tour Nanotechnology paddle and ergo grip Whitewater paddles. H2O holds patents and is patent pending on numerous signature design elements. Located in Toronto Canada, H2O is a subsidiary of Dynaplas Ltd., a global high precision plastics supplier with ‘black box’ design, product validation and testing capabilities, in-house tooling facilities and injection molding machines ranging from 12T to 500T.






Kayaker Ben Marr rockets down a concrete drainage ditch into Lions Bay, British Columbia at 34 miles per hour!
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August 27, 2012



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New for 2013 H2O Performance Paddles (‘H2O’) introduces its new lightweight ECO-REC paddle.  Utilizing its parent Company’s extensive R&D and precision plastics expertise, H2O has created one of the lightest recreational paddles available in the global marketplace.  An advanced dihedral blade design for flutter free strokes combined with H2O’s Fast Ferrule (patent pending) system, this paddle is sure to set the benchmark in the $119 - $139 price point.  “This paddle is a direct result of our dealer feedback, we value the voice of our Customers and our new ECO-REC is the culmination of that input to create a class leading paddle”, Shillion Mongru, H2O Marketing Manager......Read more

H2O Paddles continues to lead the way in technical development in the paddle sports industry.

About H2O Paddles

H2O is a global supplier of High Performance Kayak and Canoe Paddles. With over 10 years of manufacturing experience, H2O has created industry leading designs such as its Crystal X blades, Super Tour Nanotechnology paddle and ergo grip Whitewater paddles.  H2O holds patents and is patent pending on numerous signature design elements.

 Located in Toronto Canada, H2O is a subsidiary of Dynaplas Ltd., a global high precision plastics supplier with ‘black box’ design, product validation and testing capabilities, in-house tooling facilities and injection molding machines ranging from 12t to 500t.

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MEC Paddlefest is an urban celebration of all things paddlesport related. Whether you’re a beginner who’s never been in a boat, or an expert paddler looking to fine-tune your skills, there are plenty of learning opportunities both on water, and on land. Come make a splash with us at MEC Paddlefest. - MEC Paddle-fest


A Word From H2O

TORONTO

On June 9 and 10 2012 H2O sponsored MEC Paddle-fest Toronto. We had a great time despite the little bit of rain Saturday morning. Other than that it was a beautiful weekend with great opportunity's for inexperienced paddlers and experienced paddlers to get out and enjoy some time on the water and learn some new skills. People took lessons ranging from white water kayaking to touring kayaking to SUP paddling and many more. It was a great turnout with a wide range of ages of people at all different experience levels spending time learning about the sport and experiencing it first hand. Paddlers had the opportunity to take our latest and greatest paddles on the water. H2O would like to thank MEC for allowing us to be apart of the Toronto event and we look forward to next year. 

BARRIE

On June 23 2012 H2O attended MEC Paddle-fest Barrie. We had a blast watching some of Barrie's finest Paddlers learn to hone they're skills and Learn some new tricks about the sport. It was a great turnout with a wide range of ages of people at all different experience levels spending time learning about the sport and experiencing it first hand. H2O would like to thank MEC for allowing us to be apart of the Barrie event and we look forward to next years Paddle-fest. 


   

  

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Camp Widjiwagan Boy’s Voyageur Trip – Summer 2011 – Dubwant River to Thelon River to Baker Lake, Nunavut

September 14, 2011

Read about Robbie Seltzer-Schultz and his amazing expedition with 6 other young men through the Arctic to Nunavut.

A few months ago; a young man named Robert Seltzer-Schultz wrote me a letter asking for H2O to sponsor a seven-week expedition on Arctic rivers that he and a few of his friends were part-taking in. I receive several sponsorship requests a week, most of which are from people that just inquire on a mass scale for free products. Robert was different; he took the time to write me a personal letter, and explain why this trip was so important. He did not demand our paddles, he did not say that H2O would get mass amounts of exposure and supporting him would make our company visible on a global scale; Robert connected with me on a personal level. He requested our paddles because he needed something reliable and trustworthy. To Rob, this was more than an annual expedition, it was an adventure where several young men would push themselves to their limit to find our what they were capable of. I really liked that... ALOT. I liked it because that is what paddling and adventure is about. It is not about exposure, it is not about profit and it is not about fame. To Rob; this trip was about personal growth and satisfaction. So we sent Rob and his partners some paddles to assist in their journey.

I asked Rob for some pictures and something I could share with our Fans and he sent me this. I hope you enjoy reading about their incredible feat.

"For the past 80 years, Camp Widjiwagan, based out of Minnesota, has led youth on canoe and backpacking trips all over the United States and Canada. The culmination of this program is the Voyageur Trip, a seven-week expedition on Arctic rivers for young adults just having graduated from high school. Our trip was honored to have the support of H2O Paddles in equipping us with their paddles for the aggressive whitewater found on our route.

After months of anticipation, planning and a turbulent bush-plane flight out of northern Saskatchewan, we began our trip on Wholdaia Lake in the Northwest Territories, the headwaters of the Dubawnt River. For two weeks we paddled north on the Dubawnt, going from boreal forest to taiga to eventually barren expanses of

tundra. The Dubawnt was a slow-moving mid-sized river with many technical whitewater sections that tested our skills but were all shootable, even in canoes carrying close to 500 kg each. However because of our early start, many of the lake stretches remained frozen and we dragged for multiple kilometers across the ice.

            In order to reach the Thelon River, we had to swing upstream and achieve a height of land, leading to a grueling four day trek, lining up sets, dragging across ice and portaging many kilometers. The midnight sun allowed us to travel as long as our bodies would allow and pushed ourselves hard, often spending 14-plus hours on the water in order to reach the Thelon’s rapid down-stream current.

            After enduring exhaustion, near-hypothermia, and treacherously thin ice that almost finished our trip, we reached the Thelon and joined its swift descent into Hudson Bay. Under a stretch of sunny skies that lasted for the rest of the journey, we cruised down the Thelon, often paddling 100 km days and shooting giant, if not highly technical sets. Along the course of the Thelon, we shot every set except one giant canyon section named “The Gorge” that we instead portaged nearly 5km around.

            The last part of the journey traversed three giant lakes preceding Baker Lake, itself an inlet of Hudson Bay. Although we were no longer shooting whitewater, the paddles across these lakes were some of the most breathtaking of the trip. The water expanded all the way to the horizon line and the tundra landscape, an undulating pattern of green, blue and gray held a powerful beauty in its vast emptiness.

             After 7 weeks and 1200 km of paddling, we reached our endpoint of Baker Lake, an Inuit community in Nunavut. We left with an immense amount of pride for what we’d achieved as a group and a deep-felt respect for the arctic and its rivers."

H2O C1 Paddles Expedition  Northern Adventure. H2O Performance Paddles Robbie Seltzer-Schultz


H2O Performance Paddles C1 Paddle in action 



Jim Walton

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