Holy Eye Candy! AquaBound Releases Norway: A Kayaker’s Playground Video


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Want to see what it’s like to kayak Norway?

AquaBound has you covered with its new video release Norway: A Kayaker’s Playground. But a word of warning: it will make you want to go.

For Hege Eian, Laila Reigstad, Erlend Ringstad and William McCluskey, kayaking embodies what they love most about Norway. It allows them to see the countryside, meet new people, solve problems, earn a living and support their families. The view from the cockpit of a kayak brings them genuine joy and solitude. Explore Norway through their lens. It might just be the motivation you need to make Norway your next bucket list kayaking destination.

“Kayaking in Norway is special to me because in one day you can kayak by the fjord, then drive up to the mountains and go kayaking in a glacier lake, and then can finish by exploring the open ocean,” says Laila. “I like kayaking because there’s various places one can go and that gives you a different outlook on life and different thoughts, and that’s really refreshing.”

“Kayaking is about touching some of the basics in humans. It triggers happiness and has you thinking about problems you have in life, so you’re solving problems while out there. It’s a mixture of getting inner peace and being joyful and happy together with others.” – Laila


A Paddle Trusted by Experts  

For its part, Aqua Bound supplied the paddles needed for the endeavor, its trusted Aqua Bound blades made for such environments. Norwegian waters can be cold, unpredictable, and range vastly in terms of conditions, and Aqua Bound paddles are American-made and trusted by Norwegians for their durability, light weight, and engineered-quality components. Dedicated Norwegian paddlers like this video crew know Aqua Bound offers them the necessary equipment to explore the unknown and look going doing so.

“We are super excited to launch our Norway video as our latest global marketing project,” says Aqua Bound’s Luanne Koubsky, adding that the Scandinavian market, especially Norway, has become a major hub for its paddles. “We decided to send a videographer there last summer to capture some of our dealers and ambassadors in action and make a tribute to the Norwegian kayaking culture. A special thank you to Laila Reigstad, Hege Eian, William McCluskey, Erlend Ringstad and Neil Irwin for helping make the project happen.”

YouTube video: https://youtu.be/iBzlsm4Rurk



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