Ever came across that meme which mentions that Rose could’ve saved Jack since there was enough space on the door for both of them? Ever thought that maybe both could’ve been saved without needing that door in the first place? That’s precisely why PFDs (personal floatation devices)
Got a new kayak? Congratulations! Time to get your hands on a life jacket that matches the type of paddling you’ll be doing. Between dozens of brand names, different materials, and lots of features, you can get confused easily on which product is the most suitable for the water
With the help of a couple of straps, a rubber mat, anchors, and a red flag, you can safely transport your kayak in a truck to any destination.
Check out this easy guide on how you can secure your kayak on the roof of a vehicle without using a roof rack.
Learning how to properly store your kayak is something that no kayaker can keep running from, especially during rainy winter days when you can’t leave it outside. Because kayaks are too large to store in your bedroom, it only makes sense to keep them in your garage. Are you
Check out 4 Ways to Improve Your Kayak’s Weight Capacity Through Buoyancy. Buoyancy is the ability to keep your kayak stable, and afloat despite the weight it's carrying.
Boating is one of the most fun activities that you can do. As human beings, we’re naturally drawn to the blue; it makes us calmer and happier. The fact that we all love it means that it can be a chance to enjoy the company of fellow boat lovers.
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We’ve taken that trip into the aquatic world and researched on our quest to compile you a list of the six best kayaking PFDs!
We made sure to include a variety of comfortable life jackets that fit well, stay in place, and leave plenty of room for rowing your vessel.