We were not sure what to call this category as it covers SUP, technology and cameras. So, we decided on gear that is fun. aka – Fun Gear! From folding kayaks to 360 cameras, this a fun collection!
Oru Kayak Haven – The Awesome Power of Origami
The Oru Kayak Haven ($1999) is 2 person kayak that can be converted to a single and has lots of storage for long days. The origami folding design will turn heads too! My wife and I took it out to our favorite lake to test with some friends and their kids.
Red Paddle Voyager 12.6 SUP – The No Compromises ISUP
The Red Paddle Voyager easily handled the wind and chop. I have been paddling SUPs for many years and can honestly say that this board is one of my favorites.
Insta360 One R Camera Review – A Snowboarder’s Take on How To Use This Awesome New 360 Camera
The new Insta360 One R Camera is a revolutionary system. It can shoot 360 videos as well as 4K. Here, I show you how I used it for snowboarding and mountains.
Ricoh Theta SC2 360 Camera – User friendly and Colorful
The Ricoh Theta SC2 $297 is a slim and pocket-friendly 360 camera that comes in a bunch of fun colors. Aimed at first time 360 camera users, the $300 camera delivers good 360 pictures and videos. It stores them into an internal memory card and can take up to 3-minute videos. This should be enough to cover those fun family moments!
BioLite Headlamp 750 – Super Light and Bright
The new BioLite Headlamp 750 ($99) is a super light (150 grams) and super bright (750 lumens) headlamp for serious night time adventures. I have had a pre-production sample for a few weeks and it has been lighting up the night!
Surviveware Large First Aid Kit – 10% Discount for Engearment Fans!
I would highly recommend this first aid kit for keeping at home and in your vehicle. As a bonus, Survivware is offering YOU a 10% discount. Enter code ENGEARMENT10 at check out.
Isle Explorer Inflatable Paddleboard – Highly Versatile SUP
I had never really thought much of the inflatable SUPs until I got the chance to take one out on a botched climbing trip to B.C. I was shocked that an inflatable boat could be so sturdy. Ironically, it was the same time that I had been throwing around the idea of bringing some sort of boat with me on my frequent road trips for work.
I did not want to have a board/boat on my roof when traveling for work so I was looking for something that could fit in the back seat of my work car. The Isle Explorer Inflatable Paddleboard $795 ended up being the perfect choice for this. The board, paddle, fin, and pump all fit into the large backpack (about 75L pack) that comes with it.
Biggest. Sale. Ever.