Many new canoe makers make their canoes entirely out of Kevlar. With Kevlar's
resistance to puncture, it is a perfect marriage for water recreationists who
dont want the hastle of bailing water out from a punctured boat.
New sailboats and wind-surfers are using Kevlar material as their sails. Kevlar
will not tear, and is not easily punctured, which is the last thing a person
would want out on the ocean.
New Kevlar composites are being made to serve as tennis racquets, badmitten
Some new tire manufactures are creating tires from Kevlar composite materials
to form as "puncture proof" tires. The old fashion way of having puncture proof
tires was to have solid rubber tires. The drawback from solid rubber tires
was their incredible weight. Now with the new Kevlar technology the puncture
proof tire idea can come to life and still be practical.