We're proud to partner with USA and Iowa-made companies to bring you top-of-the-line products for your outdoor adventure, coffee drinking, and quality apparel needs. Take a look at a few of our vendors below, then be sure to stop into the store to explore all that we have to offer!
Jackson Kayak is a producer of kayaks and was founded by its namesake, Eric "EJ" Jackson. Based out of Rock Island, Tennessee, producing quality kayaks since October 2003.
The world's largest manufacturer of quality canoe and kayak paddles, we remain a privately held company in Northwestern Wisconsin, staffed by paddling enthusiasts.
Originally developed for the maritime industry, Sealine waterproof dry bags were made to meet the most demanding standards of gear protection. As avid paddlers and adventurers, they recognized the benefits those same levels of protection and performance could offer the paddling world.
A part of the Jackson Kayak family of brands, Orion coolers offers a cooler for your adventure whether boating, fishing or the outdoor kitchen.
Founded in 1983 and based in Ontario, California, Innova is the largest disc golf disc manufacturer and was among the first companies to produce equipment specifically for disc golf.
For over 40 years, Princeton Tec has pushed the limits of possibility with reliable, durable lights that shine bright in every situation.
Fox River is a leading U.S. manufacturer of outdoor, sport and lifestyle performance socks since 1900. Privately owned and operated, based in Osage, Iowa.
Born in the late 1800s, and raised in the northern forests of Minnesota. Premium handcrafted, American-made canvas and leather products with a lifetime guarantee on all craftsmanship and hardware.
Started 250 years ago in Duluth, Minnesota, "We make every pack and every bag in the manner we know to be the most effective at delivering superior performance—The Old Way."
Since 1903, the Stormy Kromer brand has come to embody the independence, wit and grit of the upper Midwest. It all started with a cap and George “Stormy” Kromer, a semi-pro baseball player and railroad engineer.