Although Stand Up Paddle Boarding is a fairly easy sport to get into, there are many things to take into consideration before you get on the water.
So, to help you have a smooth transition from the moment you opened up your first paddle board package, to the moment you set it on the water for the first time, we have put together a series of video tutorials to guide you through all the tiny formalities you need to take into consideration.
This will cover everything from your basic, setting up essentials to maintaining your SUP and dealing with issues in the long run.
If you have any questions or suggestions for topics that we haven't yet covered, but would prove useful for beginner or seasoned paddlers, please Contact our team!
In this video we are going to show you how to effectively put together your three-piece adjustable paddle for the first time.
Although for many, this would seem a fairly straightforward process, it is very easy to get it wrong, and if you do, you risk damaging your paddle before you can even use it.
So if you've just received and opened up your brand new and first ever inflatable paddle board package, make sure to check this video out before heading out on your maiden voyage.
In this video tutorial we are going to tell you how to fit a us fin to a US fin box.
So your paddle board's just arrived and you're excited to get on the water but before you can do that you need to fit the fin to a US fin box.
They're called US fins because they are a universal system and they're pretty much standard across not only the stand-up paddleboarding world but also surfing and windsurfing.
The only thing that you might find out there is slightly different in some cases, is that the pin isn't always in the tail end of the fin and nor is the hole. They're sometimes switched around, so all you need to do though in that case is just put the pin end in first whichever way that is but the whole process is exactly the same as we're going to run you through now.
In the following video we will are going to help you fit your leash to your paddleboard for the first time.
So your new paddleboard's arrived and you're looking at all the bits there strewn across the floor
You're super keen to get on the water but you're perhaps not quite sure on how some of those bits go together, one of the questions we get asked from time to time is how do I fit the leash to my paddleboardm, which is a fair question if you haven't done it before.
In this video we will be showing you how to identify and fix the leaking valve on your inflatable stand up paddleboard.
So, if this happens to you, the first thing you have to do, is not to panic as this is a totally solvable and a easily serviceable part on your inflatable paddleboard. It's part of the regular maintanance that comes with owning an inflatable paddleboard but in order to help you understand what's involved we just want to give you a quick overview as to what you can probably see and what's happening on the surface and then what you can't see on the inside of the board.