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Let's Meet Your Voyager Chair | Technical Use Breakdown

We built Voyager to be functional and durable. Watch this video and learn how to get maximize the use of your new outdoor chair. In this video we're breaking down the fastening mechanism, how to attach and detach the cooler, as well as some of the best practice tips for daily use.

Production Update | Product Is On The Water

We have exciting news to share with all of you. A little over a week ago we received word from our production partners that our containers had been picked up by our logistics partner and were loaded onto cargo ships. It's official, the product is on the water and headed for the Port of Long Beach.

Take Voyager Anywhere - Hands Free Carry

  Voyager's hands-free carry straps allow you to take Voyager to your favorite places on earth. Even, if you so choose, to the top of a mountain. We don't expect a lot of ski /snowboarding...

Production Update | The Trans-Pacific Journey Awaits

We are closer than ever before to delivering you YOUR VOYAGER outdoor chairs! We look forward to seeing each of you #EnjoyTheExploration and we look forward to hearing how the Voyager has played a role...

Behind The Curtain | Production Update

We hope your 2021 is off to a great start & that you are looking forward to a year filled with plenty of exploration and excitement.Over this past year, together, we have all experienced the...

The ‘Great’ Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn

Skywatchers are in for an end-of-year treat. What has become known popularly as the “Christmas Star” is an especially vibrant planetary conjunction easily visible in the evening sky over the next two weeks as the bright planets Jupiter and Saturn come together, culminating on the night of Dec. 21.

Hiking the Napali Coast

If you're looking for jaw dropping trails, beautiful waterfalls and surreal beaches, the Napali Coast is calling you. The must-do trail is called Kalalau which is an eleven mile trail that goes from Ke’e Beach to Kalalau Beach. Here you will hike some of the most beautiful trails and meet some amazing people. Let the journey begin. 

In The Press | PARKIT Featured in Forbes

We're incredibly honored to have been featured in media outlets across the country for the recent success of our Kickstarter Crowdfunding Campaign. One of the highlights was our feature in one of the worlds leading publications, Forbes.This...

The Voyager Cooler

You're gonna want to see this. Welded, sealed and insulated. So much more than meets the eye.