HOW IT WORKS
Our versatile kayak paddle, Versa for short, opens up new kayaking possibilities for people with shoulder, joint or back injuries, health conditions such as asthma, or a range of disabilities. The secret is in Versa’s patented angle which requires a smaller range of motion, enabling many people – even those with extremely limited strength or mobility, missing limbs, or paralysis on one side -- to paddle independently. It can even be paddled one-handed! The Gamut Paddle Holder provides many of the same stress-reduction benefits, but you can use your own paddle!
We offer a variety of mounts that attach to your kayak to support the weight of Versa and Gamut. Using a gentle rotary movement of the forearms (much like pedaling a bicycle with your hands), you'll glide through the water with minimal effort.
Versa and Gamut are best suited for recreational kayaking in lakes, streams and other, mostly flat water environments. You'll be amazed at the distances you can kayak with a paddle without getting sore or fatigued, especially in windy conditions.
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WHO USES OUR PRODUCTS?
Torn rotator cuffs, physical disabilities or limited upper body strength don’t have to keep you from paddling. Our goal is getting people out on the water who didn’t think they had the endurance or mobility to kayak and keeping experienced paddlers there longer!
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