A photo essay on Tahiti’s marquee race, the Tahiti Nui Va’a. The photos take us on a journey through the three-day, 105-mile outrigger curcuit of the island.
Most of us choose sunglasses because of the way they make us look. I like the Hobie Bayside Polarized Sunglasses because of the way they make me see.
JVC’s second-generation POV camera is a solid performer. Improvements include better slow motion (half “real-time” speed of 1080p at 60 fps, and 720p at 120 fps).
Sony’s made a strong entry into the POV camera market with its Action Cam series. The newest generation AS30V is 35 percent lighter and offers better still-photo capability.
The reigning king of the POV camera market, GoPro Hero 3 + Black edition comes packed with shooting options and capabilities.
Technology makes it harder than ever to disconnect, but easier than ever to show people back home about your paddling exploits. Now you can tell them in real time.
The organization Below the Surface has a project called Riverview. The plan: make a Google Streetview type program for America’s rivers.
Canoe & Kayak caught up with Aaron Pruzan, who has been involved in the legal process, to ask him about the bill to paddle in Yellowstone National Park.
C&K contributor Ben Warf gives a first impression of the Astral Rassler, an ultimate kayak shoe. Stay tuned to for an update on the Rassler in the coming months.
So, we might have included this review for the video. The Yeti cooler is durable beyond compare and keeps your food (beer) cold for days on end.
Tripods are essential to photography. C&K photography editor Aaron Schmidt explains why he thinks the GorillaPod Focus is one of the best tripods.
Whitewater photographer Eric Parker unleashed his inner billy goat to get this vertigo-inducing shot of Site Zed at the Grand Canyon of the Stikine.
New Zealand Whitewater has just come out with its fifth edition. Christmas is just around the corner and summer dawns on the kiwi country.
C&K contributor Kate Stepan writes about the life and boating in New Zealand’s wild wild west. It’ll inspire you to kayak New Zealand.
Florida has a 1,500-mile water trail and many rivers feeding into the Gulf of Mexico. None are as wild or biologically significant as the Apalachicola River.
25 Days of Schwagmas, Mississippi Madness, Creekboats Tested and more
Justine Curgenven’s latest sea kayaking video showcases the Bay of Fundy, and you can decide the price to watch closeups of whales and epic surfs on the coast of Maine.