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Palm Caddy Trolley

Palm Caddy Trolley

This light, compact trolley is ideal for single kayaks and sit-on-tops, bearing a load of up to 60 kg. It has a heavy-duty marine-grade aluminium frame with removable pneumatic wheels, which cope with rough ground and mud.
  • Made from marine-grade anodised aluminium
  • Fold out kickstand to prevent tipping when loading


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Palm Caddy Trolley

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The Palm Caddy Trolley features:
  • 260 x 85 mm quick release inflatable rubber wheels (Schrader valve)
  • Foam protection
  • Fold out kickstand
  • Includes 2 x 1 m webbing straps
  • Storage bag
  • Dimensions – 62 x 27 x 7 cm (folded, wheels removed)
  • Materials – anodised aluminium
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Palm Caddy Trolley – Who Are The Brand Palm?

Since 1979, Palm’s founder Andy Knight has kept things simple – make gear for paddlers. Our mission is to enable a lifetime of paddlesport fun for everyone, with respect for the environment. We believe that with better equipment comes safer, more enjoyable experiences. Our products are designed in-house and made by those who share our values. Our home is in Somerset, UK, and we have a base in Asbach, Germany too, as well as our own manufacturing facilities in Hanoi, Vietnam. Palm Equipment and our associated brands VE Paddles, Islander Kayaks, Dagger Kayaks and Wilderness Systems are available through a worldwide network of specialty shops, activity centres and distributors. Gear for paddlers™ SINCE 1979 From the mountains to the sea The late 70s paddling was very do-it-all. Surfing, river running, or touring; it was done in the same boat, often involving running repairs. This also went for clothing. Borrowed or adapted from other activities, such as wool knit fisherman sweaters, or collared sailing life jackets, there was little in the way of dedicated kit. In the early 80s, we began making specialist paddling gear. Using two rolls of waterproof PU fabric and a second-hand sewing machine; it’s fair to say the first experiments were not great. Based on a traditional ‘sports jacket’, the paddle tops would lift up as soon as arms were raised. But as a kayak champion, Andy understood what was needed. He started tailoring the garments for paddling movement; something that has been a hallmark of our gear ever since. Andy’s motivation has always been to make better products. After those first jackets came sprayskirts, buoyancy aids and helmets. The mission of ‘gear for paddlers’ became a mantra; driving exciting innovation. Among the first to introduce waterproof taped seams to jackets, helping paddlers stay dry; developing iconic safety gear like the Extrem PFD; and later pioneering the use of recycled material in kayak manufacturing; we have always been at the forefront of exploring new ways to make the best watersports equipment. Our story is intertwined with those who are leaders and trailblazers – from early days of outfitting waveski champions, gear for Himalayan expeditions and epic Canadian wilderness canoe trips. Meeting the demands of professionals like these means Palm gear now covered paddlesports in all its guises, at whatever level and wherever used – from the mountains to the sea. The neon eighties in the Himalayas Leading with the hands-on attitude, Andy has kept Palm an independent business. With family members involved and many longstanding staff, the ambition is that everyone can enjoy a lifetime of paddlesport. Being part of the community, fostering participation and caring for the environment we enjoy, are values held dearly, as Andy puts it: ‘Fifty-odd-years ago when we started paddling, there was a small community of enthusiasts who all helped each other out. I’d give a guy at the take-out a lift back up the river, because I never knew when I might need the same favour. I try to keep this attitude, after all the sport can only progress if we all help each other out.’ From the inside out Our headquarter is in Clevedon, UK and is just a short distance from where the company started in 1979. Beginning as Palm Glass Fibre Mouldings, then becoming Palm Canoe Products and now Palm Equipment International, the name reflects our growth and specialities. Our purpose-built Clevedon site hosts warehousing, a customer service centre, VE composite paddle manufacturing and the rotomoulding plant, making our own brand Islander kayaks, plus Dagger and Wilderness Systems kayaks under licence. In 2019, we set up a European distribution base in Asbach, Germany, headed up by legendary paddler Jan Kellner.

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