Bamboo Hoody Women's Surf Blue July 35% Discount!!
The Unofficial Uniform of Grand Canyon Boatmen, these light weight bamboo hoodies are perfect for sun protection with SPF 50. Soft, breathable, and does not hold odor, these shirts are great for a trip any time of year! Made by Free Fly Apparel.
AzRA logo screen printed on left chest.
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Microfleece Women's Black - 30% Off Sale
*This product is being discontinued*
With a more fitted style for women, this lightweight, super soft quarter-zip fleece pullover is a great warm layer without weight or bulkiness. It’s a stylish fleece to wear at home or at the office too. Embroidered with AzRA’s Canyon and Lizard Logo.
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No Barriers: A Blind Man's Journey to Kayak the GC - 25% Off Sale
It is the moving story of his journey since descending Mount Everest: from leading expeditions around the world with blind Tibetan teenagers to helping injured soldiers climb their way home from war, from adopting a son from Nepal to facing the most terrifying reach of his life: to solo kayak the thunderous whitewater of the Grand Canyon.
Sunk Without A Sound - 30% Off Sale
by Brad Dimock
On November 18, 1928, Glen and Bessie Hyde launched on the final leg of their honeymoon voyage through Grand Canyon. Their cumbersome wooden sweep scow was found upright and fully loaded three weeks later, but despite exhaustive searches, Glen and Bessie had vanished without a trace. Or had they? In the years since, four people appearing to be either Glen or Bessie have emerged, each with a tale implying murder and mayhem. Author and AzRA boatman Brad Dimock has unearthed the true story of the Hydes, followed each tale to its source, and gone so far as to retrace the Hydes’ fateful voyage in a replica of their archaic scow.
The Very Hard Way - 30% Off Sale
Bert Loper was born in 1869 the very day that Major John Wesley Powell discovered the confluence of the San Juan and Colorado Rivers. Loper spent much of his life devoted to those two streams. By the time he died at his oars in a Grand Canyon rapid at eighty, he had covered more river, run more boats, and known more rivermen than anyone. Written by AzRA River Guide Brad Dimock!