3 most important aspects for buying a Paddle Board

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3 most important aspects for buying a Paddle Board

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3 Things to Consider When Buying a SUP Board It's essential to make the right choice when purchasing a SUP (Stand Up Paddle) board. We provide you with three tips to help you make the right decision:

Before we describe what's important when buying a Paddle board, let's first explain what a SUP/Paddle Board is.

What is a SUP Board? (Also known as a Paddle Board) SUP stands for Stand Up Paddling, in other words, propelling yourself while standing on a board with a paddle. Many people think it's similar to standing on a surfboard with a paddle, but there's indeed a difference between a SUP Board and a surfboard.

  • A SUP is more stable and has greater volume than a surfboard. A surfboard relies heavily on waves and is designed for speed.
  • A Stand Up Paddle Board is generally lighter than a surfboard.
  • A SUP Board often offers storage space for items like tents and coolers, making it suitable for long-distance trips and vacations both domestically and abroad.
  1. Different Types of SUP/Paddle Boards:

All-Round SUP Boards (for example) Ideal for beginners Versatile and suitable for various conditions Easy to use and very stable Race (for example) For experienced paddleboarders Provides extra speed Very compact Touring (for example) Perfect choice for moderate to advanced paddleboarders Offers extra storage space Can accommodate multiple people Can also be used as a kayak

  1. What Size SUP Board Do I Need? For novice SUP boarders, we recommend choosing a paddle board with more volume. These boards provide greater stability and can support more weight. As you gain more experience and improve your balance, you can opt for a smaller board. By that time, your larger board can be great for children, friends, or other family members to use.

In practical terms, think about the ideal board size in terms of volume. The wider, longer, and thicker the board, the more stable it will be on the water, making it easier to use. If you're seeking more of a challenge, then go for a board with less volume.

  1. Caring for Your SUP Board You naturally want to enjoy your Paddle board for a long time, so it's important to maintain it properly. Make sure to minimize exposure to the elements when you're not using it. Regardless of the climate where you live, storing it indoors is crucial.

Many online shops employ various marketing tactics that can be confusing. The key is to look beyond the marketing and conduct thorough research on the right board. Examine the board's features and reach out to the company for further information.