March 14, 2011 //

The spring issue of SUP magazine features our first ever Board Guide–a comprehensive rundown of some of the industry’s best rides. So what if this is your first SUP? How do you choose the size, shape and style of your precious new toy? We solicited lifelong shaper and waterman Brian Szymanksi to give us his […]

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March 12, 2011 //

Hell yeah Tom Carroll, way to represent! During the legends heat of the Quiksilver Pro at Snapper Rocks on Australia’s Gold Coast this past week, the surf icon brandished board and paddle and tore it up.

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March 8, 2011 //

Closing out SUP magazine’s inspiring Destination 3 video series, the ladies put standup’s diversity on display, sharing their love of paddling with locals on the river near Jenny Kalmbach’s childhood home. The score from their series makes us want to rent their iPod for our next party. Ultimately, Destination 3 is about awareness. We asked […]

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March 3, 2011 //

For numero tres of our Destination 3 series, the ladies hit one of the world’s longest lefts, Pavones, in southern Costa Rica. They may not have timed their visit with the ultimate swell pattern, but they experienced one of Central America’s finest waves and the personalities that live near it. Check back as we continue […]

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February 25, 2011 //

Welcome back to the Destination 3 video series as the crew shares another epic segment from their Costa Rica mission and continues their quest to raise global awareness about plastic contamination of our blessed ocean. In this edition, they take to the surf, laying board and paddle to the playful waves near Tamarindo. We couldn’t […]

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February 25, 2011 //

By now, you’ve probably read about Jenny Kalmbach’s and Morgan Hoesterey’s Destination 3 Degrees project, a mission to paddle all of the Hawaiian Island channels on standup boards, raising awareness of plastic’s affect on our oceans in the process. The duo continues their mission in Costa Rica, paddling Kalmbach’s native country. And SUP magazine wanted […]

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February 18, 2011 //

Plenty of paddlers are getting incredible angles from the Go Pro Camera nowadays and building their own stellar flicks from their home computers. Here’s one of our favorites from Denton Chase in the Half Moon Bay, Calif. area. Notice the athletic camera work during the wipe outs. Thank the Laird from Beasho Free on Vimeo.

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February 9, 2011 //

Ripping conditions for Day 3 at the sunset pro to finish the trials and open up the first round of the main event. Check out the live webcast here.

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January 13, 2011 //

Standup Paddling Alaska’s Turnagain Arm Tidal Bore Open the current issue of SUP magazine and you’re greeted by one of the most eye-popping standup photos of the year, an areal photograph of Alaska’s Turnagain Arm tidal bore near Girdwood, Alaska (above). As Eric Newberry, Dave Calkins and Mike McCune glide effortlessly down the face of […]

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January 6, 2011 //

Standup paddling is nothing without the shapers that create the boards, or as we like to call them, gliding pieces of art on water. And most board craftsmen have had storied careers in the surfboard industry, with a fantastic sense of history just waiting to be uncovered. Welcome to SUP magazine’s Shaper Visits, a video […]

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