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UWC Wavepool night this Sat, Feb 11th

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UWC Wavepool night this Sat, Feb 11th

Post by Jeff Young on Sun 05 Feb 2012, 1:45 pm

The UWC is hosting another wave pool night this coming Sat, between 7-10pm,
at the Layton Surf and Swim.
Cost- Members $5, Family $10 non-members-
$10, non-member families- $15.
Come enjoy the warm water and good company.
Jeff Young

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Re: UWC Wavepool night this Sat, Feb 11th

Post by Flying_Spaghetti_Monster on Thu 09 Feb 2012, 10:51 pm

Peak Performance Hand Paddles will be at wave pool this Saturday selling hand paddles, and giving demos. Check out this video, and what you could be doing once we get some water. http://vimeo.com/35867992
They are $65, and well worth the price. Here is a run down.

Biggest things that set my hand paddles apart.
1. 1/4" thick ABS plastic. This is super ridged plastic that will not shatter, and is easily glued to so you can have closed celled foam for added floatation. Other hand paddles use UHP which is chemical resistant(meaning gluing to them can be troublesome), and has tons of flex thus reducing power.

2. A unique strapping system that cradles your hand, while holding super firm yet is still easy to get out of in a sticky situation.

3. A loop in the end of the strap so you can easily tighten the straps with out struggling, or using your teeth.

4. Low profile cam buckles. You get all the hold of a cam buckle with out the weight or the bulk.

5. Custom color options on straps, and buckles. Colors now are red, blue, hot lime green, hot pink, and purple. I use only heavy nylon webbing which is comfortable, and soft on the skin. All seems are sewn with 100% KEVLAR the same thing bullet proof vest are made from.

6. Custom hand sizing. This means if you have very small hands or large hands that haven't fit other hand paddles. I will make sure you get a set that is built to fit you, and your needs. Depending on how custom it may cost extra, but will be affordable. I will stock common hand sizes.

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