One of my favorite aspects of summer is the ability to enjoy an evening sleeping under the stars without the barrier of a tent. While you could brave cowboy camping and lay out on a tarp, I far prefer the relaxation and elevation of hammock camping.
Last month, Carlos Andreu took a trip down south to the coast off Corpus Christi, Texas for some kayak fishing at its finest and took a stab at spear fishing for the first time.
Imagine taking all of your stuff and condensing it down so you could comfortably live out of a Ford Focus (the station wagon model for those of you who are wondering). Now imagine doing the same for your significant other so he/she could join you in that Focus.
We’ve put together a handy activities checklist to inspire outdoor adventures with your youngin(s).
It finally happened. My first ever kayak fishing trip.
Warmer weather and longer days make for ideal adventuring conditions. With this in mind, we’re partnering up with our friends at Granite Gear to give one lucky ACK customer a Virga 2 backpack.
Sounds a little too good to be true doesn’t it? Well, there is one catch – your photo needs to be shot at one of America’s federal lands, national parks, or a historical site.
In the outdoors world, there are some who casually dabble in it with a hike or occasional float down the river once in a blue moon. Then we have those who are ultra-passionate going out on multi-day kayak camping trips, living out of their cars, and fully embracing what it means to be “outdoorsy”.
So, if you’re on top of your SUP news or follow us on our Facebook page you saw the big announcement Hobie made last month with the launch of the Eclipse – the stand up paddleboard (SUP) equipped with their mirage drive technology. This is the first pedal powered SUP on the market and the paddlesports community exploded with curiosity and eagerness to give it a spin.