Kayaking is a great way to relax out in nature, but there’s nothing less relaxing than figuring out how you’re going to get your kayak down to the water.
I’m sure I don’t need to remind you, but it is incredibly important to keep water with you while kayaking. This blog will go over three of the most popular methods of hydration for paddlers, and hopefully, help you figure out which is right for you.
Getting your kayak to the water can often be the biggest hassle when trying to get some paddling in. Luckily, there are multiple options that should make this process easier for you. We want to give you a quick overview of tying your kayak down to rooftop cradles and hopefully help you take some of the stress out of transporting your kayak.
Hi there fellow adventurers! I’m Brysen Trenasty, a proud member of the Hobie Fishing Team. I hope everyone is having a great summer so far! I wanted to share some…
One after another, cold fronts keep knocking on our front doors. For many, the doors are already wide open but don’t let the cooler temperatures keep you from kayaking this Fall – but do it with care.
A new dog owner was looking for a way to take their adopted lab Kira on 4-day river trips, so they installed Harmony Silent Traction Pads on the nose of their boat to give their dog more grip to stand.
Your first time rock climbing is like life itself. You don’t know where you’re going, you’re frantically struggling to get a grip… But when you’re most exhausted, you find that perfect foot or handhold to position yourself on.
Storing your kayak requires a few necessary prep steps to ensure its preservation; you shouldn’t just leave it in a closet like you would a bike.
Here at ACK, we want to make your shopping experience the best it can be whether it be online or in our 5 store locations. To make your trip as easy and fluid as possible, we asked our Austin Store Manager, Ryan Schaper (read more about him here), to put together a list of questions every ACK shopper should come prepared with.