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The Stability Myth: Standing in a Kayak

Standing is the new thing. In kayaks that is. And frankly, it’s not all that new. As people flock to...

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Pedal vs Paddle

America, and most of the world, craves polarization. Whether it’s subconscious or completely knowing, people want to know where you...

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Now Available: A Frame Seat Kayak for Less Than $600

It finally happened. A frame seat standard with a kayak for $549. Manufacturers of kayaks have been scrambling to add...

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Four Kayaks You Should Try Under $600

Let’s face it. Not everyone has tons of coin to drop on kayaks. I’m one of those guys. I’ve horse...

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Five Kayaks Everyone is Talking About

Most of the 2014 kayaks are starting to arrive in showrooms across the country, while a few are being shown...

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Brand Wars

Though it has been happening for years, this summer has been the most vocal, heated and polarizing time I can...

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Native Slayer Final Verdict

The 12 foot Native Slayer is one of the most talked about new kayaks the industry has seen. Being touted...

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Coastal Report and Slayer Observations

The danger of planning a trip to the coast months in advance is the unpredictability of the weather. The forecast...

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Summer is Over and Deal Season is Here!

Labor Day marks the end of summer for most folks. It’s back to school time for the kids. Businesses are...

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