Most inflatable standup paddleboards come with hand pumps—which are great and convenient. Using a manual hand pump is not that difficult and it will only take you 5-10 minutes before your board is fully inflated. For someone who goes paddling every once in a while for leisure, the manual pump may be just something to[Read more…]
Are you fed up of wrestling with your wet gear? There’s a product on the market that can help solve your wet gear woes – welcome The Dry Bag. The Dry Bag is a full length zip up bag that protects your wetsuits and wet garments from direct sunlight whilst letting them drip dry efficiently[Read more…]
A SUP PFD (Personal Floatation Device), is a wearable floatable vest, jacket, or hip belt that that you wear while paddle boarding and will keep you save in case of an emergency. In recent years more people are paddle boarding than ever before. The SUP craze has taken over every coastline of ocean, lakes, and[Read more…]
How long can you tread water for? In an enclosed pool you may feel capable of going strong for five to ten minutes, maybe a half hour if you’re in excellent shape. However, when you’re in a swimming pool, you have the safety of a wall or the stairs if you cramp up, or accidentally[Read more…]
Downwind Paddle Boarding Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is currently the fastest growing watersport in the world. Downwind paddle boarding is basically paddling down-wind on the open ocean in strong winds that create large swells, that you can ride. Or like supboardermag.com puts it: “Downwinding gives you a fantastic sense of freedom, you are powered[Read more…]
What’s the best sup surf leash you can get? And why should you bother? Your leash is perhaps the most important piece of equipment you can get, and can literally mean the difference between life or death. In windy or stormy conditions, or when the waves knock you off your board, the leash will keep[Read more…]
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