Teahupoo-mantle
June 28, 2012 //

Tahiti’s Teahupo’o has been a destination for thrill-seeking bodyboarders and surfers for decades. The break has been referred to as many things, including “the glorified closeout,” “the heaviest wave in the world,” and sometimes, “too big.” Windsurfers and kitesurfers have also conquered the so-called “place of skulls” and in 2009, Laird Hamilton standup paddlesurfed the […]

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June 27, 2012 //

It’s on now. Morgan Hoesterey and Gillian Gibree continue their roadtrip to Colorado, making their next stop in Gypsum, Colorado, where they hang with longtime whitewater standup paddler Ken Hoeve (whose currently featured in our Summer Issue). The duo get the lowdown on running rivers and learn just how fun whitewater can be. Click here […]

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FN-mantle
June 19, 2012 //

Morgan Hoesterey and Gillian Gibree continue their roadtrip, making their next stop in Moab, Utah for adventures by foot and SUP. The paddling pros take to the river for a little SUP yoga and find a new way to surf a SUP.

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June 18, 2012 //

Schweitzer Sports brings us another action-packed video with Zane Schweitzer, Sean Poynter and friends. The crew headed to Oahu’s North Shore during a swell last winter, charging Sunset on SUP for some thrills and spills. The guys put on an entertaining show and have some fun paddlesurfing the famed break, despite the less than ideal […]

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June 13, 2012 //

This spring, Candice Appleby, Dave Boehne, CD Kinley, Anthony Vela and Slater Trout went on a soul surfing adventure to the far east, exploring the exotic setups and culture of Taiwan. Check out the full photo essay by talented lensman Neil Armstrong in the Summer issue of SUP magazine, on newsstands everywhere now.

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Gmac
June 13, 2012 //

Big wave master and former SUP magazine cover athlete, Garrett McNamara, has taken the surf world by storm, conquering a World Record wave off the coast of Portugal. Now join him in Nazare, Portugal, where it all began. This is the account of Garrett discovering a remarkable underwater canyon that causes some of the world’s […]

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June 12, 2012 //

Pipeline to a Cure, and a day of free SUP activities. Kids diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, an incurable disease, came out with their friends and families to learn how to standup paddle and try some SUP yoga with NEXT Brand Ambassadors. Six events were held across the US and SUP magazine spent National SUP Day […]

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Weds-Voice
June 6, 2012 //

Last month, SUP magazine editor Joe Carberry spent a week in Hawaii at two of the most important competitions of the year: The Quiksilver Waterman Waikiki Paddle Festival and Maui’s Olukai Ho’olaule’a. On this week’s Wednesday Voice Carberry shares the sights and sounds of the islands through stills (see the gallery, below) and video. While […]

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Sean Poynter, Ripping
June 4, 2012 //
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May 31, 2012 //

This spring, Candice Appleby, Dave Boehne, CD Kinley, Anthony Vela and Slater Trout went on a soul surfing adventure to the far east, exploring the exotic setups and culture of Taiwan. Check out the full photo essay in the Summer issue of SUP magazine, which hits newsstands June 12, 2012.

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