Stand up paddle boarding is an easy way to enjoy the great outdoors, get some exercise, and have fun. It’s also great way to give your body a full workout and you don’t needs lots of equipment, but you do need water. Whether it’s the wide expanse of the ocean or the serenity of a quiet lake, you can practice SUP boarding without the need for any waves.
Picking your SUP board can be a difficult decision, and it’s important to take some time to decide how much you want to spend and what type of board will be best for you. Some of the most expensive professional boards can cost in the same region as a used car, but second hand boards can be snapped up for a much more manageable price.
Stand Up Paddle Boards
Wave Boards for SUP-Surfing
White Water SUPs
To Stand UP Paddle in Whitewater, where there are rocks, rapids and low water depth, you need especially designed boards, the normal Epoxy boards and shapes are not safe to use in White Water. Imagine Surfboards has pioneered the development of Whitewater boards. They are made of PE instead of Epoxy and they are hollow inside. They have a lot of volume which gives a lot of stability. They are built in a way that you can ride them without or with very short fins. The hollow construction has another advantage: you get a lot of storage space in the inside, so you can also take a sleeping bag or substinence for longer Tours.
Tips on buying a paddleboard