Innovation in motion! Point 65, is a leading outdoor brand in Northern Europe and one of the fastest growing outdoor brands in the world. With products that are sold all over the world, innovation is their hallmark. Dedicated to quality, form and function, Point 65 products are pioneering with a distinct Scandinavian design. Their products range from ingenuous modular take-apart kayaks, to state of the art, truly unique bags and hard shell back packs which double as the highest rated spine protectors in the world, whilst also protecting your gear.
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Can I buy Point 65 products from Anaconda?
Yes, you can. Whether you are looking for the later in modular take-apart kayaks, unique bags, backrests, or anything else that you need to kayak in the outdoors, then Point 65 could be the perfect place to start. Point 65productss are designed with the explorer in mind, and they are dedicated to the provision of quality, form and innovative methods and characterised by the distinctive Scandinavian feel.
How do I purchase Point 65 from Anaconda?
To purchase our fabulous range of ultra-comfortable 4WD mats, browse through our products above and follow the instructions right through to check out. We accept all major payment methods, including Visa, MasterCard and PayPal, and we will deliver right to your door. See here for more information regarding delivery costs and times. Alternatively, if you prefer, call into one of our nationwide stores, where our team of assistants will be happy to provide help and support with whatever you need. With great value deals and savings across the collection, shop 4WD mats at Anaconda today. Can you tell me more about this brand?
Can you tell me more about the Point 65 range?
Point 65° - north is a special place in the world, and the island is near the Northern City of Skellefteå -, Sweden and the home of the Pite-Rö -nnskä -r lighthouse. The company state that this enchanting place and the engineering of the lighthouse is reflective on the ingenuity and commitment to engineering reflects the mission of the company. Founded in 1996, they have become one of the leading outdoor brands in the north of Europe and is fast becoming popular with outdoor enthusiasts around the world.
How should I choose the right kayak for me?
Your choice of kayak depends entirely on where you will be paddling the most, and what kind of kayaking you intend to do. We understand that there are a number of variables to choosing the perfect kayak for you Beginners may prefer a sit on top kayak, feeling assured by the increased safety and ease of paddling. We would also like to remind you to stay aware of any changes in the weather or water conditions when sailing and always be safe. In fair weather and still waters, any of our recreational kayaks will be more than suitable.
Coasts can be a little bit more challenging, and you need to be more aware of the impact of waves, tides and currents. In warmer weather, a sit on top kayak can be the perfect boat, particularly, if you don't mind a dip in the ocean. However, on those colder days or when the waters are choppier, a sit-in boat may provide better protection. When in moving water, it is recommended that you have a kayak that has a rudder or a skeg. There are no absolutes in kayaking, but some experts do recommend a sit-on-top model for fast moving water due to better mobility.
How should I ensure that I always Paddle Safe?
Understanding safe boating rules are critical, and you should check out the paddle safe advice from the Australia New Zealand Safe Boating Education Group before heading out on the water. Always be seen and safe, where bright colours and paddle in the daytime, staying close to the shore. If you are paddling at night, then you must follow the appropriate lighting requirements. You must wear a life jacket at all times, and always check that all your equipment is in working order before heading out into the water. Be prepared, carry sufficient sun protection and drinking water, and always dress appropriately for the conditions.
Check out the local boating rules in your area, and keep clear of larger vessels. Prior to your trip, check the latest weather and wave reports and always make sure that someone else knows exactly where you are going to be. See ANZSBEG Paddle Safe for more information.