Lets face it, we are all paying a premium to the major wetsuit brands so that a few lucky pro surfers can enjoy endless trips to places we can only dream of and each time we paddle out in wetsuits emblazoned in logos we are providing free advertising for the brand.
Historically the only way to get your hands on the Pe’Ahi leash was to be presented with one on the Haiku-Pauwela cliffs as you prepared to paddle out and take on the massive wave
My mum happened to be visiting when I first used the StereoActive and her exact words were “I don’t know much about these kind of things, but even I can hear how good that sounds”
2017 is certainly looking like it will be an important and progressive year in the world of inflatable paddleboards with Red Paddle Co continuing to stretch the boundaries.
We are being promised plenty of improvements on existing SUP models as well as new innovations and a new board range.
As well as getting the chance to try the 2017 Starboard range on the manmade wave, you can also improve your technique at a SUP skills workshop, participate in Q&A sessions with the experts, watch demonstrations and grab some freebies in the Goody Giveaways.
Luckily Save The Waves have launched a campaign to stop the fluffy haired billionaire called #NatureTrumpsWalls and you can help by simply signing the petition.
The Red Dragon is a 22′ SUP designed for four paddlers and the release of this mighty paddleboard coincides with the announcement of the Red Dragon World Series, a dedicated team world championship.
What stands the Blawesome out from the crowd is the sheer volume of air it pushes through your suit – a whopping 60 cubic feet per minute!
Imagine heading out with a stereo system attached to your SUP, kayak, canoe or boat that can offer crystal clear and extremely punchy sound, whilst also guarding your phone, car keys and wallet.