As winter approaches, stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is more or less reaching its off-season. Unless you’re a die-hard paddle board enthusiast who doesn’t mind frigid conditions, you’re probably looking to store your board away for the coming months. But what’s the best way to do so?
SUP has quickly became the world’s fastest growing water sport. With limited restrictions, SUP is an activity that can be enjoyed by people of different sizes and skill levels. We have put together this beginners guide for SUP to help people just getting into the sport understand the basics.
While people often use canoe as an umbrella term for kayaks and canoes, the boat designs, the gear and the paddles have major variances. Both also require different techniques when it comes to learning how to paddle. Here are a few key differences that will help you be able to tell the difference between them.