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 14, 2010 //

If you want to surf, you need to first paddle out. Keep in mind these seven tips to get you from the beach to the waves.

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June 1, 2010 //

The nose rudder is very effective way to turn your board very quickly with very little effort while moving, or in river current.  It’s ideal for turning your board around a buoy quickly during a race no matter how long your board is. 

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June 1, 2010 //

Exploring Seattle’s SUP-friendly tidal rapid By Rob Casey A few friends and I recently decided to try our SUPs in the tidal rapids at Deception Pass State Park, about 1.5 hours north of Seattle. ‘DP’ as we call it is a geological bottleneck where two narrow channels of saltwater run between vertical rock walls below […]

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April 29, 2010 //

Venerable whitewater photographer Skip Brown turns the lens on himself during a surf session on the Potomac River near the nation’s capital.

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April 29, 2010 //

Whether it’s changing the face of whitewater kayaking or whitewater standup paddling, Corran Addison has proven he’s a man of many talents—one with a knack for explaining how things should be done. Here, the Imagine Surfboards president takes river standup paddling instruction to a new level, simultaneously providing spot-on paddling tips and shredding a wave on the Lachine Rapids of the St. Lawrence in Montreal.

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