Joe Carberry

Joe Carberry

SUP Magazine Editor

August 9, 2010 //

In May, SUP magazine Guest Editor Gerry Lopez sat down for the definitive Laird Hamilton interview, where the godfather of standup paddling talked about his surfing roots, the origins of standup and his mission to have fun, no matter who tries to cut him down.

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July 15, 2010 //

With conflicts between standup surfers and traditional prone surfers increasing on a daily basis, it’s important to know the etiquette before you take that new standup board out into the lineup. Here, some of Hawaii’s best waterman, including Kainoa McGee, provide some important tips so that you’re a total badass, instead of a total tool, […]

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July 12, 2010 //

Here’s an indicator that standup paddling is going to be huge: It’s already popular but a full generation of groms has yet to grow up practicing the sport. Once they do, the possibilities of the high performance realm are unimaginable. Here, 7-year-old Nathan van Vuuren tears it up. The future is bright.

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July 8, 2010 //

We’ve sung his praises before but Mike Waltze knows how to capture fine standup surfing artistry. With summer in full swing, we give you another worthy Waltze clip of goofy-footed style-master Robby Naish tearing it up on a few Hawaiian left handers. Tis’ the season. Waltze.com

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June 29, 2010 //

The ocean ain’t the only place to shred. Here, Tomahawk’s Evan Lloyd tears apart a standing wave on the Kings River near Fresno, Calif. Lloyd and other river aficionads have begun to explore the potential of river waves around the country.

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June 9, 2010 //

Get me some SUPin. These boys know how to get ‘er done in the Dirty South.

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May 26, 2010 //

Getting your gear ripped off sucks. Orange County, Calif. standup paddlers, keep your eyes peeled. Yesterday (May 25), Rainbow Sandal’s Pat Huber had this classic Gerry Lopez, 8’11″ custom standup board stolen in San Clemente (click on the image for a better view). This swallow tailed beauty is hard to miss, featuring green lines over […]

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May 26, 2010 //

This winter, El Nino didn’t just create epic surf up and down the California coastline. Snowstorms, made more powerful from the “Southern Oscillation” in the tropical Pacific Ocean, pummeled the Sierras, creating an enormous snowpack that has river runners everywhere frothing. Here, former professional kayakers turned river SUPers Taylor Robertson and Dan Gavere ride the […]

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May 25, 2010 //

Slater Trout may only be 15 but he paddles like a man. The Hawaiian won the elite race of the Gulf Coast Standup Paddle Championships last weekend. Although the temperature and conditions were extreme, Slater kept his cool and a solid lead from the start of the race amongst the 60 plus Elite competitors over […]

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May 19, 2010 //

We’re suckers for a good overnighter here at SUP magazine (see Standup Safari, Spring 2010). Everything you need, strapped to the nose of your board. Camping where you can, looking for waves, fishing or just hounding for scenery be it ocean, lake or river.

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