This site is a quick and easy way to find information about kayaking. If you're
searching for information on a hardshell or inflatable kayak, a paddle, PFDs, helmet, apparel, accessories, where to go paddling or you want to find a tour operator or teacher, we've arranged this site to make it easy for you to find what you want. And we'll also show you some of the better equipment deals as we come across them.
We hope you find our site helpful, we've been doing this now for 13 years. Maybe we'll see you on (or in) the water.
Who Has Free Shipping Today:
Backcountry.com is offering free shipping
on some orders over $50. Outdoorplay.com
has free shipping on a big assortment of kayaks.
Equipment Deals from Around the Web
I've always been a fan of inflatable kayaks. I love the
portability and ease of use. They're just fun too. I've had inflatables for over nine
years now. My favorite is still the two-seater 380x model shown below. Arguably the best place to get an inflatable is still Sea Eagle.
Eastern Mountain Sports is a pretty good place to pick up some gear from a big selection
of top name brands such as The North Face, Marmot, Thule, NRS, Mountain Hardwear,
Yakima, Garmin, Wilderness Systems, and plenty of others.
Patagonia produces some terrific apparel. Their on-the-water apparel are comfortable and allow for total
freedom of movement with a classic front-zip style.
Outdoorplay.com special this week:
Backcountry.com specials this week:
Choosing an Earth-Friendly Tour Operator
Are all paddling tour operators and guides the same? If you're a serious environmentally responsible person, are there qualities in a tour service you should be looking for? Read more.
We often get asked about where is the best place to buy used boats and gear.
Our favorite is still eBay. They have such a big and always changing
selection. It's simple to use too. Click
for more info.
Yes, the Wall Street Journal named us their
"Top Choice" kayaking site a long time ago. Unfortunately, they never gave us a clue how to many any "Wall Street" money at it . . . .
Know of a good paddling club, store, outfitter, guide or school? Share the details with other paddlers
by writing us at Kayak Online.
As the seasons change, you can hit Backcountry and find some good bargains on quality gear.
REI will probably have pretty much anything you need to get out on the water next season.
Colorado Kayak Supply is one of the top kayak dealers in the country and now you can shop them online.
Find great discounts at Sierra Trading Post today.
Check out Cabela's online shop for all the latest outdoor gear and supplies.
Overstock is a good discount site. You won't find a kayak there, but you can find a
lot of other good gear to take with you to the water.