Basic SUP equipment / Getting into SUP how to videos

Basic SUP equipment / Getting into SUP how to videos

The great thing about stand up paddleboarding is that it’s simple. You really don’t need much equipment to get you out on the water having fun, but there are a few bits of kit that are essential as well as other bits that are optional extras.  We’re going to quickly talk you through the main bits of kit you’re going to need to get you on the water paddleboarding safely, comfortably and as easily as possible.

Equipment used

Boards :

  • Aqua Marina Super Trip 12’2” x 34” – Best for,  larger paddlers/family’s. Watch full review here.
  • Aqua Marina Beast 10’6” x 32” – Best for, mid weight paddlers. Watch full review here.
  • Aqua Marina Magma 10’10” x 30” – Best for, lighter weight paddlers. Watch full review here.

Paddle :

  • Kialoa Insanity Fiberglass 2 pcs paddle. Watch full review here.
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