Category - Water Sports

How to Choose a Kayak Paddle

Water Sports

Explore the joys of sailing any time you want with ITIWIT. When it comes to kayak paddles, you have a wide range to choose from. It’s not always easy to find your way around when you are buying…

Choose a Buoyancy Vest for Stand Up Paddling or Kayaking

Water Sports

You can choose a buoyancy vest based on various criteria for kayaking, stand up paddling or dinghy sailing. DEPENDING ON YOUR KAYAKING, STAND UP PADDLING OR DINGHY SAILING ACTIVITY – Choose a buoyancy vest for kayaking, stand up…

How to Choose a Watertight Bag for Watersports

Water Sports

While Kayaking or even stand up paddling, it can get difficult to carry your essentials, especially your phone and keep it completely protected from water. You will require a watertight container or bag to make sure you practice…

How to Choose your Swimming Goggles

Water Sports

Getting the perfect fit for swimming goggles seems difficult? Do you always feel a little confused when you look for a pair in the Sports Store? Here are a few tips that can help you take an informed…

How to Choose your Swimsuit?

Water Sports

So you’ve finally decided to head (back) to the pool and go for a swim? You’ve got your cap, goggles and towel ready but still not sure about your swimsuit? An overly wide choice at the store and…

How to Choose Men’s Swimwear

Water Sports

Swimming is a popular sport as it is easily accessible and inexpensive. An entry ticket, a swim cap, swimming goggles, a swimsuit and you’re off swimming lengths! There’s only one concern looming, the time to start or get…

Sun Protection for Watersports by Dermatologist, Dr Sylvie

Water Sports

The Sun and Us Everyone knows that the sun has beneficial effects. What better stress relief than a bit of light during spring and summer to put an end to seasonal depression? Holidays are also synonymous with happiness,…

There is Nowhere to Swim but Everywhere

Water Sports

With 75% water filling up the globe, the question of where to go swimming shouldn’t really be a concern. Pick your water body, put on your swimsuit or board shorts and get into the water as soon as…

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