NEW: Costa releases Salina and Paunch lifestyle frames

Costa sunglassesmanufacturer of the first polarized sunglasses lenses that enhance colors, welcomes two new living frames in its spring 2022 collection – Salina AND Press. Inspired by salty surfing…

New: Costa Releases New PRO Series Reefton and Tuna Alley Frames

For nearly 40 years, Costa has provided anglers with the best sunglasses on the market for long days on the water. In 2021, the brand debuted its PRO Series with…

How to Choose the Perfect Paddle

* This is a revived article from last summer. Lots of people are asking these questions again so this is a good way to give some answers. One of the…

REVIEW: Ampowsure Lithium Iron Batteries LiFePo

The outdoors industry has been flooded over the past few years with new battery offerings that are lighter, longer lasting, and better performing than the age old sealed lead…

Innovation in Paddling | The New Trident Explorer

When your kayak doesn’t quite do everything you want it to you’ve got a few options. You can mod it out, trade for a better model, or design and build…

REVIEW: Why I Made the Switch to Revo Sunglasses

The Dexter frames come with the NASA technology glass lenses in a medium sized frame. I chose the medium size because I utilize that size in my Costas and wanted…

Trash Fish Cleveland | Cleaning up the Cuyahoga

The Cuyahoga River is famous for a few reasons. It runs through the middle of Cleveland, Ohio. It’s the inspiration behind a song by REM, and a beer by Great…

Revo Sunglasses Announces Revo Black Collection

Revo, the global leader in high-quality, polarized performance sunglasses, announced today the launch of Revo Black, a revolutionary new sunglass collection that showcases the company’s latest advances in frame…

The 11 Best Kayak Rod Holders in 2022

Look. If you’re going fishing you’re going to need more than one rod. You need two in case one falls in. And then a third rigged up for catfish. Plus…

The Kayak Graveyard | Discontinued Kayak Models

Designing new kayaks is hard. And unfortunately, not all of them survive the cut. Waning sales, high production costs, and extraneous business decisions can all lead to a discontinued kayak.…