When water and impact protection are your top priority it’s hard to go wrong with Pelican’s durable hard-shell plastic cases—especially when space and weight are not the biggest concerns.
The Watershed Chattooga duffel is one of the most versatile drybags on the market. This setup is ideal for almost any kayak—or canoe—based photo missions.
C&K photo editor’s reviewed drybags he knew would keep his expensive cameras and lenses safe from the elements so he could get the shots you love most.
In this episode of My Ride: Lynn O’Kane goes over why she and her husband love paddling the Wenonah Minnesota II in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
It’s easy to dress warm on the upper body, but lack of proper gear will always leave legs out in the cold. As the melt begins, it’s never too late to find the right winter paddling pants.
I’ve rarely found footwear that covers large swaths of river trip terrain over the long haul. Keen comes close with its Newport H2 and Gorge Boot. Often as not, I take a pair of each.
The Kokatat Gizmo online tool lets people to customize their drysuits right at home. Our online editor tried it. Here’s what she had to say about it.
The Keelover canoe rack bracket set from Yakima is a throwback to simpler, more hassle-free times. It’s satisfying, especially if you pine for the old days.
Snow Peak’s line of outdoor cookware includes several pieces for coffee lovers to make coffee camping one of the best experiences outdoors.
Some boat designs never get broken. So after testing this crop of boats for our latest kayak review we found one thing true: the best (designs) never rest.
When C&K tester Dave Costello took the Pyranha Loki out to play, one thought came to him: time to paddle like it’s 1999!
Nova Craft Moisie ($2,079; novacraft.com) L: 16’6”; W: 34”; 77 lbs. in Royalex Plus, 67 lbs. in Royalex Mister Twister is a bizarre hybrid hole-eddy that eats canoes for breakfast. It’s the last hurrah on the Agawa River, a 20-mile whitewater run flowing through Ontario’s most spectacular canyon, a 600-foot-deep corridor of granite and pine […]
The Dagger RPM might very well be the epitome of “Classic.” C&K contributor and gear-head Eric Adsit offers five facts you may not have known about it.
Not many paddlers want to let go of what works. Dagger responded to the demand of a reintroduction of the discontinued classic with Dagger RPM 9.0 Limited.
Jackson Kayaks is definitely on to something with the combination of sporty and roomy in its Jackson Fun Runner 70.
Those who want to do multi-day paddling trips will need a good backcountry tent. We have profiled what we think are the best backcountry tents for 2014.
The Mountainsmith Morrison 2 is quite simply the best tent value for the money of any shelter C&K gear contributor Rob Lyon has seen to date.