January 24, 2011 //

Quickblade Paddles When he first started standup surfing, Jim Terrell got heckled. It wasn’t because he was missing waves though. “Ron House used to laugh at me and say, ‘Jimmy, you’re wasting all your energy, just wait inside until it gets bigger,’” Terrell says, recalling his ferocious sprint canoe strokes ahead of every potentially ride-able […]

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January 20, 2011 //

Tatted up, with long wisps of salt and pepper into locks of blond, the ripped and wiry, laid-back Starboard team racer, EJ Johnson, is full of surprises.

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December 14, 2010 //

Tis’ the season for giving and what better way to celebrate the Holidays than something for your SUP-crazy significant other? Choices abound. May your season be bountiful.

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May 6, 2010 //

Board showcase: Imagine Stand Up 11 Last year, Imagine Surfboards president Corran Addison released the Stand Up 12, a 35-pound roto-molded recycled plastic board with a dry storage compartment and deck rigging. This year, the outspoken South African board-shaping paddlesports guru continues honing in on the market for durable plastic boards designed with flatwater touring […]

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April 30, 2010 //

Pohaku KEV, Kialoa Shaka Puu, Werner Paddles Nitro, Sawyer QuickDraw, Cannon Stand-Up Surf

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April 30, 2010 //

The Hokua range is Naish’s answer to performancestyle standup boards. Shaped by Harold Iggy, the 8’10” Hokua (wood veneer PVC-sandwich) has a narrow nose and accelerated V-shaped tail and a thruster ‘glass/bamboo fin configuration to allow lighter riders (up to 190 lbs.) to turn on a dime.

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April 30, 2010 //

When you’re ready for high performance, you can’t just head to Costco.Like a skilled golfer needing custom-fit clubs, it’s best to find an esteemed custom board crafter like Dana Point, California’s Infinity Surfboards.

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