When it comes to buying a stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) paddle, the rule of thumb is to buy the lightest one you can afford.
Choosing a stand-up paddle to accompany your board is an important decision that’ll affect your enjoyment of paddleboarding.
From the coasts, to the Midwest, recently there’s been a buzz about stand-up paddling. With that buzz, there comes a lot of questions.
If you know someone who’s been bitten by the paddleboarding bug, or if you know someone who could use ideas on what to get you, here are five solid suggestions: 1.
A lot of attention and tons of articles are dedicated to how a person should go about finding the right SUP board. And rightly so.
Stand-up paddleboarding in it's entirety, is an awesome experience. It's easy to learn, great for exercise, involves nature, can be very therapeutic and enjoyed with friends, kids,
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