Paddlesports

NRS Czar Review

Next Adventure staffer Adam has found the Inflatable Stand Up Paddleboard of his dreams: the NRS Czar. The Czar is a shorter, more playful SUP ideal for creeking and catching eddies. The playfulness comes with a cost making it not the most ideal craft for touring, but an awesome board nonetheless. Read more for Adam's full review!

MTI Fluid 2.0 Review

Next Adventure staffer Adam recently took a leisure cruise down the Clackamas River on his Stand Up Paddleboard while using the MTI Fluid 2.0 to keep him afloat. He found this vest to be extremely comfortable and provided great freedom and range of motion. Read more for Adam's full review!

Trip Report: Stand Up Paddleboarding Broughton Beach

Next Adventure staffer DK recently went Stand Up Paddleboarding just outside Portland at Broughton Beach! This beach is ideal for SUPing since it is so close to town and so accessible. Read more for DK's full report!

Kokatat Aries PFD Review

Next Adventure staffer Adam recently took a trip to the San Juan Islands to test some new products including the Kokatat Aries PFD. Adam found this PFD to be perfect for recreational boating thanks to its comfortable fit. Read more for his full review!

Wilderness Technology Dragon River Dry Pack Review

Next Adventure staffer needs to keep his belongings dry whether he's leading a class around the Willamette River, commuting in the rain, or just hanging out near a hose. He's trusted the Wilderness Technology Dragon River Dry Pack for this task, and it has succeeded! Read more for Dan's full review.

Perception Carolina 12 Review

Next Adventure staffer Dan has been lapping Ross Island in the Perception Carolina 12 and sees great potential for beginner paddlers. This boat provides room to grow, safety, and an all around comfortable paddle. Read more for Dan's full review!

Necky Rip 12 Review

Next Adventure staffer Chase recently paddled the Necky Rip 12 around Scappoose Bay and was pleasantly surprised by the stability and cockpit room this kayak provides. If you're looking for a kayak that is predictable and stable, look no further. Read more for Chase's full review!

Dagger Katana Review

Next Adventure Staffer TJ recently took the Dagger Katana on a multi-day kayaking trip down the Rogue River! TJ loved the crossover appeal, extra storage, and excellent maneuverability provided by the Katana; this boat is the perfect option for a multi-day expedition. Read more for TJ's full review!

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