Recreation Sports

Tips For Designing Your New Rink’s Dasher Boards

If you've purchased a building and you're looking to start an indoor ice hockey league, one of the first things you need to do is design the rink. The construction of the rink itself must be precise, and there are a lot of factors to consider. One of the most important things to think about is what kind of dasher boards you're going to want around the perimeter. Here's a look at a few things you should know about dasher board construction before you make your decisions. Read More 

Three Things To Consider When Deciding If You Should Replace Or Reupholster Your Boat Seats

Over time, your boat seats on your pontoon can start to fade and crack. When this happens, the cracks can cut your skin when you sit on the seats. When you notice that your seats are lacking luster, you can choose to replace them or simply have them recovered. The guide below walks you through a few things to take into consideration when trying to decide if you should simply recover the seats or replace them altogether. Read More 

What You Should Know About Different Types of Hunting Knives

When you are out in the wilderness hunting, you are going to be relying not only on your training as a hunter, but also on your gear. One of the most important pieces of gear that any hunter carries with them is a knife. There are so many different uses for a knife, and there are many different types of knives that you can choose from, all with different types of steel and different shapes of blades. Read More 

Tips For Cleaning And Storing Your Inflatable Boat

Having an inflatable boat is awesome because you don't have to worry about getting a tow to lug it around, and it's easy enough for a day trip without having to pay docking fees. However, summer doesn't last forever, and there's a good chance that you're going to need to put your inflatable boat away and store it for a few months until the weather gets nice again. You want to be sure that when you take your boat out of storage that it is still in as good of shape that it was when you put it in. Read More