We love these photos sent to us from Nicaragua last week. They were taken by Chris Skone-Roberts of LazyBlueSkies photography using his trusty Aquapac SLR Camera Case (code 458).
We’re chuffed beyond belief to announce that our Upano Waterproof Duffels just made it into Outside magazine’s Outside Buyer’s Guide. Making this influential guide, and the Backpacker’s Best New Gear award we got a month or so ago, are the two greatest plaudits we could hope for in the US outdoor market. Click here to […]
Al Humphreys interviews Sarah Outen for his blog on www.alastairhumphreys.com [one Aquapaccer interviewing another!] Sarah Outen is over halfway through a gruelling global expedition from London2London:Via the World in which she is attempting to loop the planet using human power. She started in a kayak under Tower Bridge on April 1st 2011 and since then has kayaked, […]
Over the last week in Uganda, we hosted the Walkabout Foundation to distribute 200 Tough Rider wheelchairs to people in need. These chairs are made in Kenya by disabled people and specially made for African (Ugandan) wear and tear. This distribution was months in the planning as we tried to reach as many recipients as […]
We just received this video update from Aquapaccers Gareth and Aaron on their amazing expedition through Brazil.Ok, so who can honestly say they wouldn’t want to swap places with Gareth and Aaron right now? Click here for the video.
2014 has kicked off on a very positive note here at Aquapac HQ… First, Fish Alaska magazine selected not one but TWO of of our products for their 2014 Editors’ Choice Award. The SLR Camera Case, and the 35-litre Wet & Dry™ Backpack Then we heard that our 40-litre Upano™ Waterproof Duffel is featured in the prestigious […]
It’s just been made public that we’ve made a custom camera case for Autographer. Autographer is part of Oxford Metrics Group. They make a tiny hands-free intelligent ‘life-logging’ camera. The Aquapac case will allow it to work underwater. Click here to read more about this launch.
When it’s really hot in Uganda, which it is in the months of January and February, it is hard to imagine that its cold and snowy elsewhere. It’s very easy to get accustomed to flip-flops, no sleeves, and warm Nile water. The middle of the day when sweat is pouring down your back, […]