One of the most accomplished paddlers of our time, Aniol Serrasolses of Spain, has joined Team Kokatat. Serrasolses, of Catalonia, Spain, has been named Rider of the Year multiple times, was the 2016 Sick Line World Champion, 2018 North Fork Champion, has won multiple Waterfall Line of Year crowns, and holds the 24-hour distance world record of 287 miles among other accolades.
“Aniol continues to push the limits in our sport and is one of its great ambassadors,” said Lisa Kincaid, Kokatat’s Promotional Marketing Manager.
Serrasolses fell in love with the sport at a young age and has been drawn to the challenge of paddling rivers all over the world ever since. In 2018, he founded SBP, a program that promotes river conservation and kayaking among youth.
“I’m extremely happy to join the Kokatat team alongside some of the most talented kayakers in the industry,” said Serrasolses. “Gear is crucial to performance and Kokatat is the best in the game.”
Serrasolses joins Kokatat’s team that includes some of the sport’s best paddlers from around the world including his brother Gerd Serrasolses.
For more details on Kokatat and its team of paddlers visit www.kokatat.com.
About Kokatat Inc.
Kokatat has been manufacturing paddling gear in Arcata, California almost 50 years. At a time when many technical apparel brands were moving manufacturing offshore, Kokatat continued to invest in infrastructure in the United States. Kokatat founder Steve O’Meara was committed to the development of the finest and driest paddling apparel in the world and recognized the need to control and continually evolve the development of our dry wear. In the early days, Kokatat worked closely with W.L. Gore & Associates, makers of GORE-TEX®, to refine the sewing and sealing techniques required for full immersion suits and tops. Today, our hands-on approach to manufacturing continues to set the standard in paddling apparel. Into the water with Kokatat! Learn more at kokatat.com