Adven­ture Technology


Mem­bers, click through for insid­er pric­ing on dai­ly deals!

Fresh on the menu today:

Bomber Gear: Bomber Gear is a pre­mi­um pad­dle­sports brand that spe­cial­izes in design­ing per­for­mance sprayskirts and tech­ni­cal kayak­ing appar­el. The com­pa­ny was born in 1992, when its founder, an expert kayak­er, put down his pad­dle and took up a sewing nee­dle to design the ulti­mate task-spe­cif­ic pad­dling gear. The brand’s mate­r­i­al bond­ing tech­niques now set the stan­dard for the indus­try. Today’s col­lec­tion includes sprayskirts, dry­pants, wet­suits, and more. 

Adven­ture Tech­nol­o­gy: Adven­ture Tech­nol­o­gy makes rev­o­lu­tion­ary pad­dles for white­wa­ter and tour­ing. Uti­liz­ing excel­lent con­struc­tion, inno­v­a­tive mate­ri­als, and ergonom­ic design, their pad­dles are renowned by pad­dling experts who demand excel­lence. This col­lec­tion fea­tures pad­dles spe­cial­ly designed for tour­ing, kayak fish­ing, and more. Click through now for mem­ber-exclu­sive pricing!

Har­mo­ny: Buy­ing a boat is only half the bat­tle. Soon­er or lat­er you’ll need to buy pad­dles, PFDs, some D‑rings, and maybe even a cup hold­er. Har­mo­ny is a kayak and canoe acces­sories com­pa­ny known for pro­vid­ing qual­i­ty pad­dling gear at prices that won’t sink you. Click through now to shop our selec­tion of PFDs, kayak­ing DVDs, and more.

There’s Still Time! Don’t Miss: Brun­ton, High Sier­ra, Men’s Sum­mer Wear, Haul it All, SOG, Sum­mer Sun­glass­es, Every­day Essen­tials, Wom­en’s Footwear, Men’s Footwear, Wom­en’s Sum­mer Wear, Men’s Cycling Appar­el, Wom­en’s Cycling Appar­el, & More.


Teen in Trou­ble: Did you know? Today in 2010, an emer­gency res­cue on the high seas meant the end to a Cal­i­for­nia teen’s dream of becom­ing the youngest per­son to sail around the world. Strand­ed at sea after her 40-foot sloop, Wild Eyes, suf­fered severe dam­age includ­ing a bro­ken mast from rogue waves in a remote stretch of the Indi­an Ocean, six­teen-year-old mariner Abby Sun­der­land was forced to trig­ger her emer­gency bea­con. Air­borne res­cuers spot­ted her ves­sel 2,350 miles out at sea just as the plane was reach­ing the lim­its of its search zone, forc­ing it to turn back. Sun­der­land was ulti­mate­ly res­cued by the near­est ship—a fish­ing ves­sel over 24-hours away.