Tag Archives: Packrafting Store

MRS Nomad S1 packraft review [video]

MRS Nomad S1 Index Page The application of what has proved to be durable, light and compact packraft fabric and reliable construction methods into slimmer, kayak-like forms was bound to happen. MRS’s 2.9-metre Nomad S1 is among the first solo examples … Continue reading

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Tested: Anfibio Alpha XC packraft review

The Packrafting Store in Germany was one of the first Alpacka dealers in Europe, but now sells several other brands of packrafts from China, Russia and the US. It’s probably the only ‘packrafting supermarket’ of it’s kind and in 2015 … Continue reading

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Tested: Anfibio Packsuit (drysuit review)

Even in summer the benefits of a drysuit for northern UK paddling are like wearing overalls to get stuck into a messy job; you know you’re covered. You can wade in as deep as you like and take all the … Continue reading

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Anfibio Buoy Boy inflatable packrafting jacket

Updated May 2018 – see bottom of page Back in 2015 Packraft Store in Germany sold us a couple of pre-production Anfibio inflatable packrafting jackets in December to try out. These came without the big mesh pockets, unlike the current … Continue reading

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Replacing twist-lock valve on Alpacka

Ages ago I must have over-tightened the twist-lock mouth inflation valve cap on my Yak, probably ham-fisted ahead of a tense crossing. Actually it’s not so hard to do to the cheapo plasticy valves. And once you’ve gone too far … Continue reading

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