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Our Canadian Roots

Level Six is a Canadian company born and bred on the banks of the Ottawa River.  Designed in Ottawa and tested on the water all over the world, we strive to provide the best paddling equipment and gear possible to make your paddling experience complete.  Whether you are playing on the river, scouting that next descent, touring the cove, challenging yourself with a new SUP yoga pose or just hanging out at the lake; Level Six promises to keep you comfortable, technically sound and outlasting trends.  

For us at Level Six, our values lie in the heart of our sport — the water.

We strive to protect, prevent and conquer the environmental wear and tear on our ecosystems by donating to river and environment conservation. We also go out of our way to ensure all of our products are made as efficiently as possible to minimize waste.  Our design team is constantly challenging and improving upon the industry standards to keep up with the remarkable advancements and achievements in paddle sports. In such a tight knit community, we focus on providing the essentials you need to make your adventures come to life on and off the water. Over the years Level Six has set itself apart by gathering a following of paddlers from all over the world who support our badge — Everything Paddling.

See you on the water.

The Level Six Blog


January 29, 2016

Strange life, I had to go with my friends in Georgia, and we decide to go to India at Malabar - Festival !! A new place and never seen by me unknown, the desire is strong, I wonder,  that rivers will there be? Disembark from the plane, it is night, we expect another five hours by taxi to get to our destination, where there are waiting Manik and Jacopo, two of our friends who are not that organizers malbar - Festival!     Now we can sleep ..... but only for two hours ... it's already morning and we are sleepy and tired, as if in a dream, to start on the ramp of start of the first race ... I...

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Park 'n Huck 'n ER

January 23, 2016

Kalama Falls is one of those Pacific Northwest gems that often gets overlooked. This 45 foot waterfall is hidden deep in the Gifford National Forest and only a short 1 ½ hour drive outside of Portland, OR. We showed up at Kalama Falls at around 2000 cfs on the Canyon Creek, WA gauge. On arrival we ran into Evan and Nate Garcia, Brendan Wells, Kyle Hull and Brett Barton . . . so, I knew it had to be a pretty stout level.  I'd have to say that this waterfall is a lot friendlier at 1000 cfs on the CC gauge. With over a dozen boaters at this falls, there were multiple laps done to catch some great lines and not...

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