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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.
There's nothing that'll make you want to get off the water fast enough than running empty on drinking water in the middle of a blazing hot day. Make a decision on a water container that works for you, just ONE, and you're set to go for this summer and summers to come. Here are 4 insulated water bottle brands for your day paddles.
CamelBak recently redesigned its reservoirs (also known as bladders) to deliver 20 percent more water, and the new CRUX reservoirs are available in 3L, 3L Lumbar, 1.5L, 2L, and 1.5L. The best part? They're using their partner TerraCycle to recycle your old reservoirs, so take 'em into any participating dealer to turn yours in and upgrade to a new CRUX reservoir.
New month, new gear! No more fear of missing out on the latest and greatest. Keeping up with our new tradition of a monthly product pick blog to help you keep up with our constantly updating site inventory, we asked the ACK merchandising team on what to spotlight for July.
Bass fishing in the summer can be one of the hardest times of the year to catch fish. The conditions are mostly bluebird skies, light wind, and high heat, which means that the fish are going to be found deep, or in the shade trying to escape the heat in cooler water.
For those transporting their YETI coolers in any way or fashion this summer, you might want to consider investing in some tie-down straps to secure the biggest investment of all. We know a YETI cooler is an investment in general (a worthwhile one, but still!) and it wouldn't be easy to get over the tragedy of yours overboard.
A couple of weeks ago, we ran our Stay Cool & Chill Summer Giveaway, where we randomly selected two winners to get a YETI Hopper Flip 12 and a Kammok Roo Hammock in exchange for tips on staying cool during the summer. The idea was to crowdsource information, and we had an amazing 222 entries.
There are so many benefits to getting them excited to be outdoors from an early age: Lasting family memories, physical and mental health benefits, a lifelong appreciation for the natural world, and so on.
To be brief, heat exhaustion comes before heatstroke.