Posts Tagged: paddle

The Colonial SUP 2017

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The 6th annual Colonial SUP event will be taking place this weekend (August 26th) in New Bern, NC. This year the event will be featuring a few different courses with four awards to be presented at the end. The courses include a distance course that’s a triangle-shaped course of about 4 miles in length, a quick… Read more »

The 5th Annual Chucktown Showdown

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The 5th annual Chucktown Showdown race in Charleston, SC is right around the corner. Mark it on your calendar for September 16th! The race will benefit Surfers Healing of Folly Beach, South Carolina. The SUP event includes three separate races: The Harbor Course (9 miles), The Battery Course (4 miles), and The Kids SUP Race (1… Read more »

An ancient practice being revived

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Canoes. These primitive forms of waterway travel were once an integral part of survival in coastal communities since the dawn of time. Hollowed out tree trunks served as a fishing vessel, hunting vehicle, and human transportation. This age old practice is now being looked at in a new light. Canoe paddling is now seen as… Read more »

Is Your Surfboard Right For You?

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Is Your Surfboard Right For You?   When you take a second to look at your board, what do you think about it? Do you think its a cool shape that rides well for you.. ..or.. do you think that its a master crafted extension of your creative mind? Did you grab it off the… Read more »

Quiver What??

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Share with us your quiver!! We all get stoked about something whether it be a collection of boards or a series of artwork you find inspirational….show us! To help get the ball going here is a few of ours… Boards Buds Wood Wood… Oh and more wood…

Prone Paddle Boarding

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Prone paddle boarding is one of the toughest and most ocean-sensitive paddle sport. You know the feeling of a tough paddle out during a rough swell? Well imagine that, but for miles at a time like most of these prone paddlers do when racing. The sport is more popular on the shores of Hawaii and… Read more »