There are two main shapes for stand up paddle boards: the all-around and the displacement hull. Both board types will offer different experiences. Some paddlers will have a preference on board shape and we'll offer up some pros and cons for each type.
No matter how adventurous you are on a paddle board, or how far you plan on exploring, you always want to be prepared for the worst to happen.
Today we are talking paddles! We’re going over how to correctly adjust the length of your paddle and how to hold it.
In many states including Minnesota, paddleboards over 10 feet are required to be registered through the DNR. The fees are minimal and the process is straight forward but it is helpful to know what you need ahead of time to avoid making multiple trips to the DMV or DNR office.
One of the questions we often receive from potential customers is how our boards compare to others on the market. It’s a very good question, but often more difficult to answer than it first appears.
Have you ever been setting up your fin and wondered where it’s supposed to go? Or maybe you’re wondering if placement even matters.