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For the General White Water Club Paddler, The Enduro is the perfect allround whitewater deck. if you are just paddling outside the Clubhouse or on your home stretch of river, or venturing out on Grade 3/4, even Surf, then this is the ideal piece of Kit. The Enduro has Tatex print underneath for a dry seal and printed polyurethane reinforcement protects the cockpit edges from wear. The O-Ring seal‚ a seamless band of grippy neoprene at the top of the waist tunnel‚ helps keeps the deck in place‚ even without a twin seal jacket.
• 9.5 mm elastic shockcord • PU reinforcement for abrasion resistance • Sticky Tatex ink on cockpit lining • 3 mm neoprene tunnel with O-Ring Seal • Glued and blind stitched seams • 38 mm webbing release loop with attachment clip
Material: 4mm Small Diamond neoprene deck, 3 mm Small Diamond waist, PU reinforcement
Size options: Sizes 4 & 5, Waist sizes XS/S, M/L, XL/XXL
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My Boat leaks, must be the spraydeck!?.....the amount of times that we have heard that..... A few simple questions to ask yourself, you may be able to answer this issue yourself. Is the deck the right size for the Cockpit?, Have you been using the deck on a different Boat?, Did a fellow paddler borrow it and use it on a different shaped cockpit?...Neoprene has a memory and decks, shape themselves to the shape of the cockpit. If the Deck has been used on a few different Cockpit lips, the memory may be zapped or stretched! sometimes this can result in the deck slipping as you paddle, in some cases the deck can 'Pop' when you go over a drop or are playing in a stopper. another thing that can cause 'slippage' is the amount of natural greases that have accumulated under the Cockpit Lip, sometimes this can cause the deck to move as well, simple solution, Rub the underside of the lip with a degreaser... Also be aware of the shape of the Cockpit, check the Cockpit Rake, check where the tube of the deck is in place when it is on the boat....all of this can cause the deck to be pulled and slip...the end result is a leak.
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