Stand-up paddleboarding is an awesome experience. It's easy to learn, great exercise, gets you outside, can be very therapeutic, and can be enjoyed with others or alone…
There are many different rivers in the state of Texas that I enjoy fishing, but one river has consistently set itself apart from the others – the Devils River.
You don’t have to be in the world of stand-up paddleboarding long before you realize there are several different types of boards. How do you know which one you should buy?
A carbon stand-up paddle—like Aqua-Bound’s Malta Carbon— costs a pretty penny. So why invest in it? Let’s take a look…
Are you on a tight budget? Or are you just starting out in paddleboarding and don’t want to invest in a high-end paddle yet? We’ve got you covered!
Whether you think of them as life jackets or the more official term of personal flotation devices (PFDs), they’re meant for one thing: saving lives.
When it comes to buying a stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) paddle, the rule of thumb is to buy the lightest one you can afford.