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Our Temper Assist Valve minimizes air loss while inflating and improves your ability to increase the air pressure in your packraft. It is not a true one-way valve that other inflatables may have, which requires a pump to engage the spring and allow air to pass through. The valve is a complement to our lightweight inflation bag and to the air capacity of your lungs.
How the valve works:
For more information, check out our How To Inflate Your Packraft video on our Product Manuals page.
Your sit length, not your height, determines your boat size. Follow these steps to determine your sit length:
Our recommended size is based on your sit length and the boat’s fit profile. If your sit length is in between our recommended sizes, we recommend the following:
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