Sometimes a leash and a pfd just isn't enough...
Stand up paddlers should be aware of the general rules of the road when it comes to navigating our waterways, particularly in high traffic areas.
A leash is not some golden ticket to eternal life. But it’s a tool that is more than a tool. It’s a gesture. It’s a thought. It’s an awareness.
First responders attempted to revive Harris using CPR but those attempts were unsuccessful.
Is it the unattractive bulk and lack of attractive design that prevents people from wearing PFDs?
Some notes on the safety meeting at Surf Expo
This video offers five valuable tips for Stand Up Paddling that will help you stay safe and get the most out of your time on the water.
How to get back on your board if you fall off, how to deal with a boat wake, and how to do a pivot turn.
Surfing a SUP has its own unique challenges and skills to develop in order to become proficient.
While leashes aren't the law, they are the accepted safety standard for those who are experienced paddleboarders.