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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Hypr Nalu’s 10” soft top is the second board with foam materials reviewed; is it becoming a thing within SUP? The difference with Hypr’s offering is the hull remains [...]
Ahead of the full test write up, coming in the next issue of SUP Mag UK, we nabbed some footage of the Hamboards Fish being put through its paces. If you like your land [...]
This is the third write up featuring AHD’s Sealion Wings 7’6” we’ve published. Why? As a multi-discipline board (SUP surfer, windSUP, SUP foiler, windfoiler) we [...]
Just as with hard shell stand up paddle boards inflatable SUPs differ in terms of their design characteristics and overall feel. Even though many air boards around the [...]
We tested the SBS Widow Maker 8’3” back in 2015 (check it out on SUPM’s website). As the brand continues to evolve and add more sizes/shapes to its range we got hold of [...]
Forecasts may be suggesting this week will be the coldest on record for a while but when there’s a wave you just have to go. With sunshine and fun waist high surf [...]
With 2018’s season of SUP just about to get underway SUPM’s editor gives some insight as to how equipment testing works. Here he discusses the approach to nailing [...]
RRD enter the longboard SUP surfing arena proper with their 2018 LongSUP nose rider, which we couldn’t wait to get wet. As fans of this style of board, due to it giving a [...]
Those who follow SUPM regularly will know of our land paddling love. For times when on water conditions aren’t really playing ball and you really want to get some sweeping [...]
Parallel rail boards have been a thing for a number of years now. Fanatic have really taken the concept and run with it – right across their whole range (SUP and windsurf). [...]