When it comes to buying a stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) paddle, the rule of thumb is to buy the lightest one you can afford.
A tandem kayak—a kayak built for two—can be a great way to get out on the water both for a recreational paddle and for a longer touring excursion.
When you’re brand-new to kayaking you might think: A paddle is a paddle. But before long you’ll learn there’s a big difference in the types of paddles available.
Stand-up paddleboard (SUP) yoga combines the peace, centeredness and full-body engagement of yoga with the fresh air and natural connection found on the water.
For those now standing up on the paddleboard and getting the hang of the balance and motion involved in stand-up paddling, the J-stroke is a great addition!
Choosing a stand-up paddle to accompany your board is an important decision that’ll affect your enjoyment of paddleboarding.
When choosing a stand-up paddleboard (SUP) that’s perfect for you, there are a few questions you want to answer…
Stand-up paddle boarding—in a nutshell—is an awesome experience. It’s easy to learn and great exercise.
When choosing a kayak paddle, there are three main things you’ll be looking at: it’s length, what it’s made of, and any extra features it has.