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  Posted by: CEWilson on Oct-24-13 9:56 AM (EST)
 

It became obvious year ago that seats with backs inhibit proper torso rotation; tending to force the paddler's torso towards a recline and rubbing when rotation is used. We want an erect torso in sitting and kneeling paddlecraft.

I have given up kayaking/ pack canoe paddling because the position is uncomfortable over time.

From where you sit,[sic], try removing the seat back and installing an adjustable backband.

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