The Tahoe sun is staying up longer every day. The snow’s melting. Boards and ski’s are getting waxed and put away for the summer- it’s time to look ahead.
Whether you got a sweet tax return or you just want to “treat yo’self” , the seasons are changing and your gear should too. Start thinking about your favorite summer activities then get the goods:
Stand Up Paddleboards
If you’ve never tried paddle boarding, make sure you visit South Tahoe SUP to get out on the lake. Once you have the bug and want your own board read REI’s guide. Keep up with the latest new products at SUP magazine.
Longboarding? Scooting? Blading? Just want to look cool getting around town?
Stock up on camping gear and get ready to cook over a fire, sleep under the stars, wake up whenever the sun rises. Stay safe out there- be prepared for a few days in the Sierra wilderness.
Before you head to your favorite fishing spot, check out Field and Stream’s 2014 award winners.
So you’re probably not buying a new boat (if you are, that’s awesome) but if you’re the best boat guest ever you’ll end up with friends that will take you out. Fill your cooler with the boat owner’s favorite beer. Make sure you have the right wakeboard or skis. Always wear and bring extra sunscreen.
On a perfect summer day try Kayak Tahoe to get out on the lake.
Before you start getting vertical, make sure you have some belaying experts around to teach you all the knots. Once you’re trained, get ready: shoes, ropes, carabiners, harnesses, chalk, etc.
Stay cool whatever you’re doing this summer. Want to look fly coming down the Blue Streak? Keep an eye on The Clymb for sales.
Bookmark your local Craigslist sporting section. You never know what used deals will show up as people upgrade their equipment.
Enjoy your new gear,
Marketing Coordinator, Heavenly