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Obviously the Asian Market is full of smaller player than we are used to in Europe.

As a result, CPS have brought out a small version to their very popular Ultra-Light (Kinetic).

These blades are 10% smaller in Length/Width compared to the Standard Counterparts. In reality, that doesn’t

sound like much, but they do look much smaller.

Along with the size in plan being smaller, they also accept a smaller shaft which is more appropriate for a paddlers smaller hand.

If you would like to see/try these, then currently Flynn Hammond is the CPS player representative using them while Eleanor Wong also has a set.

 

 

 

 

CPS have recently brought out a new thinner shaft to compliment the Standard Rigid and Semi-Rigid.

This was principally developed for the New Kinetic Junior, but an Ultra-Light Kinetic (Standard size) has also been developed to accept the new shafts.

Up to the time of writing, I have only seen this new thin shaft in the Semi-Rigid construction.

We anticipate stocking these late summer, but would appreciate it if people could log their interest to gauge how

much interest there will be.

 

 

 

 

 

New Balls

We will soon stock the Wisely Polo Balls.

These balls seem to have a nice positive grip, not as aggressive as the

Conti Balls, but perhaps a throwback to the texture of the Mikasa balls we used

before someone in the ICF decided to interfere.

Quite how well they last is un-determined at the moment. We have a few out

Already and will see how they last.

Obviously if you use it as a football, it wont last long for this sport !

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Another New Paddle Shaft
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New Polo Balls
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New Junior Kinetic Blade
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