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Sup safety…how to safely enjoy your stand up paddleboard adventures

Paddleboarding is a fun and relatively safe activity, particularly if you follow these basic safety tips. They may not all apply to you depending on where you paddle, but they are not bad tips to have in mind regardless of where you go. Before heading […]

SUP Leashes Protect You and Your Equipment

When you go standup paddleboarding the US Coast Guard requires that you have a PFD (personal floatation device), whistle, and light on board.  There are no requirements about having a leash, though most people in the paddling community would agree that in most cases a […]

Towing someone from your standup paddleboard

Towing is not something a lot of people think about when heading out on a standup paddleboard, but you may want to change that thinking.  There are a number of reasons why you might need to tow someone and it’s a lot easier to do […]

Paddleboard Safety…tips to help you be prepared for an emergency

Paddleboarding safety is a common theme in many of our blogposts. Even when you take precautions, the water can be fickle, and things can turn bad quickly. This isn’t to scare you, it’s just to make you aware, and to help you prepare for a bad situation should […]

Spring marks a bittersweet transition from snowboarding to early season paddleboarding

Spring is always a bittersweet time for us. For those of you who don’t like winter (gasp), spring is a time of hope, and recharging. The planet is waking up from its hibernation, and the urge to get outside becomes tough to resist. And if […]


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