GoPro: What’s New


Why should you upgrade?

• Rugged waterproof, durable, waterproof out of the box
• Voice controls
• Advanced Video stabilization
• Connectivity, access/edit/share
• Ease of use / Simplified UI
• Supports our systems & accessories (Karma, Karma grip, Remo)

Voice Control?




GoPro mounted too far to talk to it?

Meet REMO.



Remo is a waterproof voice-activated remote for HERO5 Black and HERO5 Session™. Clip it to your clothes or strap it to your wrist or gear. Remo enhances the voice control of your HERO5 camera in windy and noisy environments. It can also be used as a one-button remote from up to 33ft (10m) away.1

  • Voice control
  • 33ft (10m) range
  • 13 Commands
  • One-button shutter
  • Waterproof to 16ft (5m)
  • 10 Languages

1With a direct line of view.

Whats included:

  • Remo
  • Clip Housing
  • Wrist Housing
  • Velcro Strap for Wrist Housing
  • USB-C Connector Cable

$79.99 USD
Compatible with HERO5 Black, HERO5 Session™


GoPro: Introducing KARMA


Karma is a complete system for capturing amazingly smooth GoPro footage in the air, handheld or mounted to your favorite gear.

As always, happy capturing!

Meet GoPro HERO5: Black and Session



Share immersive 4K perspectives that make you feel like you’re there. HERO5 Black makes it easy with its one-button simplicity, convenient touch display and ready-to-go waterproof design. Smooth, stabilized video, crystal-clear audio, and pro-quality photo capture combined with voice control and GPS to make HERO5 Black the most impressive GoPro ever.




With its stunning 4K video and one-button design, HERO5 Session may be the ultimate combination of performance and simplicity. Liquid-smooth image stabilization and voice control set the bar even higher. Its small, waterproof design and go-anywhere durability help capture life as you live it.

As always, happy capturing!

GoPro HERO5 + Karma: The Launch


More than a drone: Karma is an aerial, hand-held and mountable stabilization solution. And yes, it includes a drone! Hollywood in a backpack for $799.

Shot 100% on GoPro, including HERO5, HERO5 Session and Karma

HERO5 Black is the most powerful and easy-to-use GoPro ever, thanks to its 4K video, voice control, one-button simplicity, touch display and waterproof design. Add video stabilization, stereo audio, GPS and auto-uploading of your photos and videos to the cloud and you’ve got a ton of GoPro for $399.

HERO5 Session shares the convenient size and one button simplicity of the original HERO Session, but with massive performance gains like 4K video, 10MP photos, video stabilization, improved low light performance and voice control. It’s waterproof without a housing to 30 feet and can auto-upload your photos and videos to the cloud. HERO5 Session may be the ultimate combination of performance and small size.

Karma is so much more than a drone. It captures amazingly smooth GoPro footage in the air, handheld, and mounted to your favorite gear. Compact and ultra portable, the Karma Drone folds to fit into its own lightweight case. The game-style controller with an integrated touch display makes Karma easy and fun to fly. The included camera stabilizer can be removed from the drone and attached to the included Karma Grip for ultra steady professional-looking handheld and gear-mounted footage. Hollywood-caliber stabilization in a backpack you can wear during almost any activity…for $799.

A family road trip.
A snowy adventure.
A tropical destination.
A performance on the biggest stage of your life.

Football is back!


Today marks the beginning of the 2016 NFL season!! You anticipate this day for months and it is finally here. Even as the bittersweet realization that this day signals the dog days of summer you can’t deny the excitement.

Take a look behind the scenes with:

GoPro Football: Patrick Peterson Is All In

Professional NFL football player Patrick Peterson gives 100% at training every day even during the offseason. We follow the All-Pro defensive back for the Arizona Cardinals as he visits his hometown in Florida, discusses his battle with Type 2 diabetes, and explains his drive to continue building his legacy.

Shot 100% on the HERO4® camera


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Outdoor Retailer 2016: Expedition Portal Big Hits- Yakima SkyRise RTT

The following is from Expedition Portal by Christophe Noel


Vehicle based travel is an ever bigger part of the outdoor industry landscape.

The biggest news at this year’s Summer Outdoor Retailer show didn’t pertain to a particular product or innovation, but a new bias towards all things overland. I’ve been attending this show since the mid 1990s, and over the years have witnessed certain trends wax and wane, but the explosive influence in overlanding is an unexpected twist. At the root of it, the actual pursuit of overland travel is not experiencing an uptick in popularity as much as it is an acceptance of overland travel tools used to access the backcountry. Ask the show participants who they are, and you’ll likely get the typical responses. Many will say they are climbers, skiers, backpackers, or mountain bikers, but few will say they are true overlanders. That doesn’t mean they don’t drive a Sportsmobile, built-up Tacoma, or have a strong want for a rooftop tent or 10,000 pound winch.

As we walked the show this year, the overlanding vibe was felt at every turn. The event’s daily publication even featured a full article on overlanding and how it is influencing the market and the outdoor audience. Last year marked the first year we had seen a rooftop tent at the show, but this year Tepui, James Baroud, and Freespirit Recreation were on exhibit. One of the most significant launches at the show was at the Yakima booth with their latest project, a hyper-light rooftop tent.

When I walk the floor of the Outdoor Retailer show, I consider myself part of the outdoor industry tribe. They’re my people. I’m an overlander in the sense that I actually like the journey to the trailhead as much as the adventure that lies beyond. I don’t pretend I don’t burn gas or drive a vehicle. I’m stoked to see  the outdoor segment is beginning to accept the automobile as a necessary tool in the pursuit of outdoor fun.

Yakima SkyRise RTT


Ever since the RTT started to gain popularity in North America, countless people asked why the typical tent weighed so much and why they didn’t employ modern tent fabrics. Yakima just launched their new SkyRise tent, and with it, an answer to that question. You can make an RTT with lighter materials and in doing so, bring the weight down to just 80 pounds give or take a few. It also has quick-release attachment points, a welcome innovation for those of us tired of banging our knuckles trying to remove a handful of nuts. At an MSRP of $999 it also hits the value proposition. Time will tell how it stacks up to the competition, but talking to the designers, who have ample experience in the traditional overlanding space, I think it will be a solid success.

Latest Outdoors Seating Trend? Meet ‘Inflatable Hammock’ – WindPouch

The following is by: Stephen Regenold from

A take-anywhere cushion of air? Introducing the latest supine trend in the outdoors, the ‘inflatable hammock.’


Leave your webbing straps at home. This summer’s hottest trenc so-called “inflatable hammocks,” which offer ad hoc seating anyplace in the outdoors.

You swipe the bag-like seat through the air. Once both sides are filled, close and roll the end tight. Snap a buckle and sit down. Sink in, and enjoy.

Review: WindPouch Inflatable Hammock

I tested the couch-like WindPouch product this month while camping as well as around town. It’s comfortable to sit on and easy to inflate.

Get ready for some weird looks, however, and brace for some commentary on what appear to be a set of oversize lips ready to suck you into a fold.


WindPouch Inflatable Hammocks cost $79.95. They are made of a polyurethane-coated nylon and rated to hold about 550 pounds before they burst.

WindPouch Campsite Test

WindPouch touts its product as superior to the competition because of a “military-grade diamond lattice rip-stop nylon” that has a polyurethane coating for water, dirt and UV resistance. It comes with an anodized aluminum carabiner and a tent peg to stake it down.

To test it out, I set some kids loose to roll, jump, and bounce (lightly) on the WindPouch. It held up to a weekend of abuse, serving as a great camp chair as long as you avoid bonfire sparks.

Instructional videos on the WindPouch page show a man “swiping” air from a standing position to fill it up. In my review, we were forced to run back and forth, scooping at air in an effort to inflate the 7-foot-long seat (see image below).

The trick is to hold one side open, run a bit, then turn back with the opposite side agape. It’s a maneuver that conjured big laughs at the campsite.

‘Inflating’ The Beast

But the giggling dissolved to envy after I sat down. The plush seat lets you lie out across its expanse in “hammock mode” or sit facing forward.

It’s comfy either way, and with some practice two or three adults can get cozy on the cushion of air.


The WindPouch works at the beach or at an outdoors concert. It gives a seat that’s far superior to the common towel unrolled on the ground.

Unlike a folding chair, this inflatable option packs to about the size of a big loaf of bread. It weighs a couple pounds.


Give the WindPouch a sit this summer. I was impressed with the design and happy to discover a new way to take a load off in the outdoors.

–More info at the WindPouch page.


If you are interested in carrying WindPouch in your store drop us a line.