For decades, neoprene footwear has kept us warm on the water, comfortable in the boat, and even served as a makeshift pint glass when we saluted the river gods after a swim. As the longtime leader in neoprene footwear, we’ve worked hard to update our designs with improved fit, performance, and aesthetics. Shop all wetshoes »
Traveling to Ecuador with Cats » Lacey travels from the USA to Ecuador with a whitewater cataraft setup and all her personal safety gear for less than $50 a day.
NRS Dry Bags: The Legacy Lives On » Although we’ve made significant changes since our first dry bag in 1977, the 2017 line is the best yet. All of our dry bags feature improved construction, hardware and aesthetics.
Keep It Public, Keep It Wild » Today, powerful political and industrial forces are attempting to undermine public ownership and stewardship of these important places. Which is why we’re working to remind Americans of the value of rivers to our nation and our lives.
An Idaho Girl With a Kayaking Problem » Maranda Stopol: A 22-year-old kayaker who has combined charging heavy whitewater with her undergraduate thesis research. And that’s just the beginning.
Safety Sally on the Stikine » Sarah, the self-proclaimed Safety Sally, reflects on the importance of shedding the stereotype and embracing your own version of the outdoors-woman.
Gear Review: The Crux of Cold-Water Boating » Winter flows are calling; put on your drysuit and get outside. Smitty explains why the Crux Drysuit is always ready for winter paddling.