How to choose the right SUP paddleboard for you.
Inflatable vs traditional rigid boards.
Length vs width = speed vs stability
Why paddler weight is important.
It would cost a fortune to have a variety of paddles to fit every size of paddler. So at the family cottage, in rentals shops or SUP schools you'll probably want an adjustable. After all, with an adjustable paddle, one size fits (almost) all. One piece fixed length paddles have no moving parts so they transfer power more efficiently. That's why racers and 'serious' distance paddlers always use a one-piece paddle. No moving parts can also mean that your 'fixed length' SUP-paddle will last longer than an adjustable.
PADDLEBOARD RENT TO OWN Program with FREE SHIPPING.
Wouldn't it be nice to have a completely RISK FREE paddleboard rental? One where you can return everything if you don't like it? Or buy it outright at the end and pay nothing for the rental period. That's Beach Toyz Rent-to-Own Inflatable Paddleboard program.
For summer-long rentals you can apply up to 100% of the rental payment towards the purchase of the inflatable paddleboard package that you rented.
First you have to get it to the water.
Top 3 reasons consumers choose high-quality Inflatable Paddleboards over fiberglass. Portability. Storability. Durability. Now you can own an inflatable SUP that's nearly as rigid as a fiberglass board and performs just as well under most conditions. Sometimes better. Avoid low-pressure inflatables from big-box stores.
Cheap inflatable SUP boards are available from most Big Box stores these days. But are they really a good deal? Flimsy boards & poor quality pumps often disappoint low end inflatable paddleboard buyers. Is there a better solution to price vs quality? Here are some pro's and con's of the Big Box Inflatable SUP.
Floating Mats, sometimes called Water Mats, have been the most sought-after Beach, Cottage and Pool toy for years. You can use them to lounge, as an exercise or play surface for the kids, or as a floating dock. They're great because unlike inflatables, they can't sink, even if they're punctured. While there are some differences between brands, each of these products work on the same principle. They use a marine grade polyethylene 'closed-cell' foam that is durable, has high buoyancy, and won't absorb water.
We compare the Aqua Lily Pad, Floater Mat, and Runway - floating water mats.
All of these destinations have their pros and cons but they're all relatively easy to get to, and pretty darn enjoyable once you're there. Let us know what YOU think. Email email@example.com
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