Distance Paddling at Its Finest! by JK Team | Apr 1, 2020 | JAdventures Main Banner | 1 comment For Immediate Release- Spring 2020 Jackson Kayak is taken innovated measures to help ensure our paddlers are practicing social distancing through these trying times. The Distanced Duo and Big Stretch are modified kayaks off our Dynamic Duo and Big Tuna Line. Both of these kayaks embody the 6ft Rule between paddlers as recommended by the CDC. From our team: “The Distancing Duo was such a fun ride, not only did I follow the safety measures of 6ft but its just far enough apart that you can no longer hear each other in the rapids, adding an exciting element of disconnect.” – Dane Jackson For more information on the original Big Tuna: https://www.jacksonadventures.com/products/big-tuna/ For more information on the Dynamic Duo: https://www.paddlerguide.com/product/jackson-kayak-dynamic-duo/ or About Jackson Kayak: Jackson Kayak was founded in 2003 by Eric Jackson and Tony Lunt. Currently located in Sparta, Tenn., near the Caney Fork River, Jackson Kayak designs, builds, and manufactures leading whitewater, fishing and exploration paddlesports products. With the moto “Build it like it’s your own”, all of their products are Made in the USA in growing support of the local Tennessee economy. Market leaders in both the whitewater and kayak fishing, kayak manufacturing and strong in the exploration sector, Jackson Kayak continues to introduce new product lines each year; this year including a new SUP line are amongst 8 new products for 2013. Jackson Kayak’s success is largely due to delivering high quality products through paddlesports specialty shops globally; all supported by regional, national and international team members who are engaged to promote the paddling lifestyle. CONTACT: James McBeath 613-256-0598 firstname.lastname@example.org 1 Comment Bill Clayton on April 1, 2020 at 6:01 pm I feel for this poor girl; particularly after she lost her paddle…..About 1964 my friend Ron Bohlender, a pioneer in kayak construction at the time, built a tandem kayak modeled on a slalom kayak with an extra 5 feet in the middle to use in a long distance race in Texas. but he couldn’t find anybody to paddle with him…so one day he and I took it down the Colorado River from Grizzley Creek to Glenwood Springs, CO. Not a lot of rapids, but big waves and challenging current. I was in the back and when we would eddy out it was a roller coaster–the bow stops and the stern is just flying. Turning out of the eddy was also a challenge. what a ride that was. Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.