Read: 12 mins. Stand up paddle boards have seen an increase in popularity as they provide freedom to roam around, are easy to transport and store, and are a lot of fun! We urge you to learn the basics to minimize injury, get more enjoyment out of your iSUP, and be familiar with how to choose and maintain your board so it will last longer.
Read: 5 mins. Bringing a zipline to keep children entertained for hours at camp proved to be popular among both parents and kids. See what we brought along for camping to make hot, 100-104F degree summer weather more bearable.
Read: 12 mins. Twelve years ago on a hike up Yosemite's Half Dome, a friend shared an important term with me: Summit Fever. The state of mind where the desire to reach an objective -- at whatever costs -- is so strong, irrational decisions or illogical choices could be made with potentially dangerous or fatal consequences. The realization changed the way I hike and why I try my best not to leave anyone behind.
Read: 11 mins. Goal Zero announced on June 30, 2021, that a new product will be launched on July 15, 2021. Analysis has revealed an upcoming Yeti 1000 Core battery power station that will be sold "at a price you’ll love". What features should be expected and how will it compare to the recently-released Yeti 1000x?
Read: 4 mins. Life Vests -- or Personal Flotation Devices (PFD) -- are essential for your safety and can even be required by law. No matter how strong of a swimmer you are, you may find yourself in an unexpectedly dangerous situation, like passing out, getting hit by a speed boat, or losing your kayak. This article will go over some basics.
Read: 6 mins. If you want to turn your inflatable stand up paddle board (iSUP) into a kayak, all you need are a seat, kayak paddle, and D-Rings to attach the seat onto. If your board does not come with the rings already affixed, this guide will show you how to glue them onto your iSUP. It is easier than you may think.