One of the most important pieces of equipment for a successful SUP experience is the paddle. SUP paddles come in different shapes, sizes, and materials, each designed for specific purposes. In our blog, we'll explore the differences between SUP paddles for surfing, touring, and racing.
How many times have you missed an opportunity to embark on an adventure trip only because your buddies changes plans at the very last minute? You could’ve gone solo, but the very thought intimidated you. Take paddle boarding, for instance. You’ve planned an early morning stand-up paddle boarding trip around your friends’ schedule. You and your friends will be hitting the waters early morning the coming weekend. However, at the eleventh hour, your friends tell you they won’t be able to make it. Heartbroken, you cancel the plan because you don’t think the risk of going all by yourself is worth taking. Well, guess what! You can go paddle boarding alone. Want to know how? Let’s find out.
Being out on the water surrounded by nature allows us paddle boarders access to unspoiled natural beauty, as you get to explore the serene waterways sometimes inaccessible by land. In recent years, inflatable paddle boards (iSUPs) have become increasingly popular as a water sport activity and will continue to do so in the future. Wondering why? Well, here are 10 reasons that make iSUPs the future of water sports.
It's no secret - paddle workouts are all the hype now and we simply can't get enough of them! We've been speaking with our Sea Lion family to get some intel and now we're giving you the best core workout to burn calories on your SUP whilst enjoying your favourite lakes or rivers! Be sure to give some of these a go on your next paddle. It’s time you ditch your old weightlifting and jogging routine and brighten things up with a surprisingly efficient paddleboarding workout. And all that while you enjoy the sun and get that beautiful tan!
How would you like a cocktail of relaxing fun, adventure, adrenaline rush, and a great full-body workout? We're pretty sure most of you would not be able to refuse such an enthralling cocktail but would surely be left bewildered with just one question in mind, “Where would I find such a wonderful combination?”. Out in the ocean! With some of your friends and some inflatable boards - stand-up paddle boarding is what we’re talking about. With its increase in popularity, not many would know of the immense health benefits it bequeaths - both mental as well as physical.
Stand-up paddleboarding has quickly become one of the most-loved water sports in the UK! As long as you have a high-quality stand-up paddleboard (SUP) and a paddle to accompany it, you can try this exciting activity. The UK has endless waterways, making it easy for SUP enthusiasts to try paddle boarding whenever and whereever they want. But before they start, it is crucial to invest in the right SUP gear. SUP paddles are critical for ensuring a seamless experience, helping paddle boarders navigate and glide through the water. There are three broad categories of SUP paddles available in the market: 1-piece, 2-piece, and 3-piece variants. Which of these paddles should you choose? Let's decode the differences and help you make the best choice!