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Whether you're looking to keep live bait fresh or a 12-pack cold, the main factors you want to take into consideration when choosing a good kayak cooler is size and shape. That simply means you're looking for a smaller cooler that'll fit on your kayak comfortably.
In the name of transparency and pure curiosity, we've decided to start a monthly numbers series that focuses on a different category. At the end of each month, we'll take a look at the quantity sold of a specific category (kayaks, SUPs, paddles, and fishing) and feature the top 5 products.
Here at ACK we are getting ready to mark our 10th anniversary and we figured - why not extend the celebration to our biggest fans and supporters?! So, starting this Thursday, after signing up to be a part of our Ten Year Anniversary, we will be sending out one email a day containing ACK fun facts, staff videos, interviews, and best of all a hand selected discounted item of the day!
While Austin Kayak is known for our canoe and kayak offerings, we also carry gear for a variety of activities, including trail running. I decided to put a few of our running products to the test on my most recent trail race.
The minute I set my eyes on a Kammok Roo I knew I had to own one. Not only is it attractive, local to Austin, and tear resistant but with the purchase of every Roo, Dragonfly, or Glider, Kammok is able to provide life-saving treatment to 5 children diagnosed with malaria in Africa.
Welcome to the 3rd and final portion of the Ten Essentials series, providing insight into wilderness preparedness since March 13, 2015. If you are just visiting us without having seen the previous two posts (The Ten Essentials: Part One, The Ten Essentials: Part Two) do whatever catching up you feel appropriate for expanding your own outdoor education.
Starting this Friday, March 27 up until Monday, March 30th when shopping ACK, get discounts up to 20% off on selected Thule gear including racks, carriers, and luggage!
Now where were we? Ah, yes, the third item in Ten Essentials "Systems"! Previously in The Ten Essentials: Part 1 of 3 we spoke about the creation of the basic Ten Essentials and its transformation into the Ten Essential "Systems". We covered the importance of Navigation and Sun Protection, but in this entry we will talk about Insulation, Illumination, First-Aid Supplies, and Fire.
A couple weeks ago in the How to Pack Your Kayak post I briefly went into detail about the Ten Essentials. Today I will be talking more in depth about these tools, why you need to have them, what kinds of benefits they add to not only your outdoor life but your everyday life and which products are the best.