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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.
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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.