SUP Kit Reviews
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SUP Mag UK aims to bring you as much information about stand up paddle boarding equipment, gear and SUP accessories as possible. Each issue we publish an extensive array of kit reviews in our Gear Shed section. This will arm readers with necessary knowledge to get that next stand up paddle boarding buy spot on. Check out our past write ups for what’s been covered so far.
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This the second ‘red rail’ board from Aqua Inc we’ve tested. We checked out the brand’s Kala 9’2 a few seasons ago to much success. The 8’2 x 28.5” x 110L 4 [...]
At 31” wide you’d expect a high-performance surf SUP to not be all that. But look again and you’ll see there’s more to Redwood Paddle’s Source Pro [...]
McConks have come a long way since we first tested the brand’s initial demo SUP a few years ago. In that time Andy McConkey and his wife have established the brand and [...]
Inflatable stand up paddle board sales still make up the majority of SUP purchases and this shows no sign of slowing down. Unfortunately, there are lots of cheap, rather than [...]
Paddles have come a long way in the last few years. As much as it’s a tricky subject there’s no doubt that anything with the tag ‘performance’ is way beyond what we [...]
It’s been a while since we last laid hands on a Loco sand up paddle board. In that time the NE based UK brand have updated their graphical livery and added a few new sleds [...]
Picking up Mistral’s Cloud Nine (geddit) Cloud Burst surf SUP you wouldn’t think it was 32” x 145L. Even with a full deck pad it feels light as a feather and looks good [...]
We stepped aboard Neptune’s Surf SUP 9’ MACH #1 a number of years ago. Back then it delivered user friendly performance across a bunch of different surf scenarios. We [...]
For this comparison test we put JP Australia’s CruisAir 11’6 x 30” and Allround Air 10’6 x 32” in a head to head. Both boards are constructed utilising the [...]
Having taken Mellowwave’s The Maverick 10’ x 31” and then subsequent 10’6” x 30” iSUP for a spin we were looking forward to getting involved with the brand’s [...]