In the event of a storm or a disaster, it’s important to be prepared. This prep doesn’t just include being aware of the potential emergency prior to happening but also being prepared during and after the disaster hits. Depending on the severity, your home may be without life essentials such as electricity, water, gas, and … Continue reading Building an Emergency Kit with Coast
Outdoor Retailer starts tomorrow, and we could not be more excited to show off what’s new to Coast! Beginning July, 26th through July, 29th, we will be demoing gear at booth #28045. Before diving into all of the gear, we wanted to mention that we will be having a happy hour for the first three … Continue reading Outdoor Retailer 2017: What’s New from Coast?
Yes, you read that correctly- Louisiana Bayou. From gators to massive spiders, we saw it all! Taking you back to the beginning, this whole (diabolical) plan was put together by our friends at 50 Campfires. You see, they’ve been doing this incredible series called “Field Trips” where they spend a week in different areas of … Continue reading 50 Campfires Field Trip: Coast Conquers the Louisiana Bayou
Mike Burns is one of our COAST ambassadors and the salt of the earth. He’s a former Marine and current assistant commander on a tactical team for the state of Maine, but he’s always being pulled back to his first love- lobster fishing. As a part-time lobsterman, he understands that exceptional gear is a must. … Continue reading COAST Ambassadors: Lobsterman
When you buy a flashlight, you typically purchase one for a specific purpose and in many cases, that purpose will most likely put some wear and tear on your light. Whether using it on heavy construction sites or as a critical tool for repairing your car on the side of the road in the rain, … Continue reading A Flashlight Maintenance Guide