It's pricey, but this PFD from South Africa's Mocke Paddling is comfortable and holds at least 2 liters of water.
An all too common story this summer, except that police do not know why the PFD was not activated.
Apparently the victim did not know how to swim....
A cautionary story out of Florida....
The German Company is working to complete the lengthy US Coast Guard certification to get approval for what will be the smallest PFD on the market.
Is it the unattractive bulk and lack of attractive design that prevents people from wearing PFDs?
While leashes aren't the law, they are the accepted safety standard for those who are experienced paddleboarders.
Louanne Harris walks us through one of the most critical safety elements of their adventure from New York City to Key West
We believe that we, as a collective industry, must take a vehement stand in the education and encouragement of the use of leashes on all types of SUP’s, on all types of water, and in all conditions.
Hopefully Stacy and Clinton from What Not to Wear will never show up at my house with a camera.