Unfortunately, we never got that message back in the day. I dislocated (technically subluxed) my shoulder white water kayaking during an out of control brace. Subsequently needed a surgical repair (which has worked great and I wish I had had it done much sooner).
Agreed, for high wind days where the wing may whip violently, you don't want it attached to your wrist. I said earlier I didn't recall shoulder issues in our local crew -- but that is one I do recall now.pitbulldoug wrote: ↑Tue Oct 05, 2021 9:43 amHighly recommend to put your wing leash attached to a waist belt much safer better than getting pulled by a limb in waves or high winds much better pulled by waist.found that out luckily before I tweaked my shoulder on a windy day.Surprised the wing companies still promote the wrist attachment leash,no thanks IMO
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