Top Reasons You Need An Inflatable Paddle Board

Inflatables are an awesome choice for stand up paddling and even have quite a few advantages over their hard board counterparts. We've teamed up with a few inflatable lovers to get you a list of the Top Reasons of why you must have an inflatable in your SUP quiver.

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8 Tips to Camp with a Paddleboard

Are you interested in taking a SUP camping trip but don’t know where to start? Expert camper and SUP expeditioner Gabriel Gray shares his tips on what type of gear you need, how to plan your trip and more. Check it out…

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Exploring the Beauty of Washington DC by Paddleboard

In a bustling metropolis like Washington DC, known for its political vigor and historic significance, adventure can sometimes seem elusive amid the towering monuments and bustling streets. However, Bart de Zwart, a seasoned stand-up paddleboard adventurer, unveils an intriguing facet of the U.S. capital—its serene waterways that offer a unique perspective on this iconic city.

  • Published in Journeys

Beyond the Horizon: Paddle Adventures in Lofoten with Bart de Zwart

Bart, an avid SUP enthusiast, embarks on an awe-inspiring solo expedition, delving into the unspoiled beauty of Norway's Lofoten archipelago. Through his eyes and experiences, we immerse ourselves in the unparalleled landscapes, unexpected encounters, and the relentless spirit of adventure that define this incredible odyssey.

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Casper Steinfath Hit by Snowstorm in First Week Around Denmark

Sun on a blue and clear sky, no wind and calm water. Storm. Sidewind and waves. Headwind. And even a four-hour-long snowstorm in April. Casper Steinfath had experienced all kinds of weather during the first week of his Great Danish Paddle, the 1400 KM tour around Denmark on the first-ever SUP circumnavigation.

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Swedish Paddler Paddles 2300km Through Sweden

Erik Sander paddled his way through almost the entire length of Sweden from lake Akkajaure all the way down to Smygehuk in the very south of Sweden. Total distance on water was 2300 km.

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