Mark Anders

The Best SUPs of 2014

In less than a decade, SUPing has gone from a fringe pastime of Hawaiian watermen to one of the nation’s fastest-growing sports.

5 Stand-Up Paddleboarding Tips

Jenny Kalmbach, 35, winner of the Battle of the Paddle and the Molokai 2 Oahu, on training and racing technique

Bic Sport Wing Ace-Tec

Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the Bic Sport Wing Ace-Tec

Tahoe SUP Rubicon

Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the Tahoe SUP Rubicon

Surftech Surf Music

Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the Surftech Surf Music

NSP Elements

Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the NSP Elements

Hobie Tour Inflatable

Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the Hobie Tour Inflatable

Boardworks Infinity Whiplash

Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the Boardworks Infinity Whiplash

Pau Hana Crossfit

Though there are many larger, better-known SUP manufacturers, Pau Hana is quickly carving out a name for itself with fast, well-priced boards like the fitness and adventure-ready Crossfit.

Surftech Blacktip

Fine and user-friendly, but affordability is this board’s true appeal.

Third World Exotic Surfboards Ghostbuster

Among the most popular designs of the short-and-fat movement are Mini Simmons–style boards (named for the late surf visionary Bob Simmons) like the Ghostbuster.

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