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PCK moves to a new location – Unit 5, 19-25 Grange Rd, Cheltenham

PCK has moved! We’re now located at unit 5, 19-25 Grange Rd, Cheltenham directly behind Moorabbin Airport and just down the road from DFO. We will be open most Saturday morning’s (& by appointment), commencing in a couple of weeks, and to celebrate we’ll be having a massive opening sale across all current stock. Stay tuned!
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PCK & Plastex appoint a Youth Brand Ambassador – Kieren Carson

PCK & Plastex are proud to announce the appointment of Kieren Carson as a Youth Brand Ambassador, joining Sebastian Marczak & Matt Goble as exclusive members of PCK’s Brand Ambassadorship program. Kieren continues to impress after only commencing his paddling career in the last couple of years, his most recent individual achievement winning the U18 K1 200m & 500m at Nationals in Perth. We look forward to supporting Kieren’s paddling career, next stop – U23 World Championships in Canada in August.
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Plastex continues to make Patented Hull Design Changes

The latest range of PLASTEX feature substantial changes in patented hull design to maximise initial acceleration off the line and reduce bow lift. These images of the FIGHTER provide a good example.
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Plastex Olympic Fighter gets put through it’s paces in Sydney

Ben Constable, a member of the Cronulla Sutherland Kayak Club, recently took delivery of his new Plastex Olympic Fighter 85 Extreme & didn’t wait long to get it on the water to put it through it’s paces! Ben’s initial feedback was that he was very impressed with the finish and overall construction quality of the boat and that certainly also translated into superior performance on the water. We look forward to sharing more customer feedback on the Plastex Olympic Fighter with you in the coming months. Please watch out though soon for a similar Australian athlete review of the...
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Olympic Hopes 2011 – Maddie Batters kindly shares her experience

Poland: September 2011 The exciting thing about travelling to Poland in the Olympic Hopefuls was that it was my first time going overseas to a different country, first time in a National team and also my first time competing internationally. It was a great experience.  Watching other international competitors paddling, experiencing the culture of Poland (especially all the good foods), the crazy driving in narrow European streets and socialising with athletes from other countries was amazing. Being a full time athlete was great- just eating, sleeping and training! A big thank you to PCK and Plastex...
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