Every boater needs a pair of water-worthy bombproof sandals to keep their feet safe.
INFLATABLES The first rafts used in commercial operations were surplus WWII pontoons used by the Army make temporary bridges. We’ve come a long way since then, but the basic concept is the same—keep the cargo afloat in a durable, collapsible package. These days, one ultralight inflatable allows you to hike across two Arctic mountain ranges […]
New Canoe Designs help push the envelope using new materials and modifying traditional design parameters.
Waterproof Your Wardrobe in time for the wet season.
Sunny days and soaring temps call for the right gear. Here’s a look at what’s out there now to complete your paddling season tool kit.
Knowledge is key in choosing a safe effective rescue system
How are you going to get that kayak or canoe to the water? Tim Farmer lays out the options.
You want to buy a kayak, but you don’t know where to begin. Don’t worry – we’ll help you sort it out. From our annual Buyer’s Guide, here are the basics of buying a kayak.
Whitewater or touring? Feathered or unfeathered? What kind of kayak paddle you choose depends on what kind of paddling you want to do.
The best canoe paddle for you depends on what kind of paddling you want to do. Bent-shaft, straight-shaft, wood, fiberglass, or aluminum, Canoe and Kayak magazine will help you sort out the options
By Libby Bliss In a market that’s always looking for ways to expand, sit-on-top kayaks continue to carve out their niche in the kayak spectrum. Flip through the latest travel brIn a market that’s always looking for ways to expand, sit-on-top kayaks continue to carve out their niche in the kayak spectrum. Flip through the […]
New school, old school, creek boat, play boat – how on earth can you sort them all out? We’ll help, with this introduction to whitewater kayaks from the 2004 Canoe & Kayak Buyer’s Guide.