Our friends over at Isle Surf & SUP recently did a really interesting speed comparison between inflatable paddle boards and traditional hard boards. The results might surprise you. They tested multiple boards and found that on average the hard boards were only 5-6% faster than the comparable inflatable boards. Proving once again that unless you’re […]
Each week we feature our favorite standup paddle board photos from customers, staff and SUPer’s worldwide. For a chance to be featured submit your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org Sunset paddle with the pup. Sunrise at Sparks Lake. The green hue of Devils Lake makes for a memorable paddle.
Each week we feature our favorite standup paddle board photos from customers, staff and SUPer’s worldwide. For a chance to be featured submit your photos to email@example.com Kelly and little Ellie thinking about an afternoon paddle. Pure Joy! Palm trees and paddle boards
My family loves San Diego! It’s where my wife and I went to university and eventually got married, so needless to say we have tons of great memories tied up in this beautiful city. We love visiting now because we still have friends and family in the area. We try to visit at least once or twice
It doesn’t get much better than this! We headed up to the Cascade Lakes outside Bend, Oregon with 2 inflatable paddle boards in the trunk of the car, coffee and a GoPro and scored a breathtaking sunrise at Sparks Lake. With the sun rising over the Cascade Mountain range and a foggy mist dancing over the water
Eric and Scott made the early morning trek out to Sparks Lake at the foot of Mount Bachelor, Broken Top and The Three Sisters to test out the brand new Tower Adventurer paddle boards. We could bore you with the details but I’ll just let these pictures do all the talking. Pre-sunrise. Temps were not