For us, service isn’t a poster in the break room or terms our leaders use in monthly meetings. It’s in our DNA. We have one mission and that is to have the best service in the entire outdoor industry.
The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is a protected area along Lake Superior in northwestern Wisconsin. It’s become hugely popular with sea kayakers—both the islands themselves and a stretch of sea caves in the mainland nearby.
Our friends at Aquabatics put together this short video demonstrating how to enter and exit a kayak easily.
Whether you think of them as life jackets or the more official term of personal flotation devices (PFDs), they’re meant for one thing: saving lives.
Once established, the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area will be the largest protected freshwater marine area in Canada.
Waypoint Adventure is a non-profit experiential education organization that works with people with disabilities in the Boston, Massachusetts area—both kids and adults.
More than any other water sport, whitewater kayaking demands a comfortable and high-performing paddle. It’ll take a lot of abuse, so you’ll want the best one you can afford.
When it comes to buying a stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) paddle, the rule of thumb is to buy the lightest one you can afford.
When you’re brand-new to kayaking you might think: A paddle is a paddle. But before long you’ll learn there’s a big difference in the types of paddles available. Some of that difference has to do with the kind of kayaking you want to do.
Choosing a stand-up paddle to accompany your board is an important decision that’ll affect your enjoyment of paddleboarding. There are three main considerations when selecting the right paddle for you and your board: