Technology

Choosing The Right SUP Paddle

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   Choosing The Right SUP Paddle With increased demand and decreased cost of production, the cost of stand up paddle (SUP) boards have certainly come down the past couple of years. Paddles are a different story. They need to withstand a lot more abuse and stress than boards. Simply put, if the paddle isn’t made…

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Snowshoeing for Beginners

Snowshoeing- The Basics

The sport of snowshoeing has gained immense popularity over the years as a cost effective, caloric burning and enjoyable means of exploring the wintry outdoors. It’s sort of like having big bear feet that can plow through any amount of snow or terrain. There is basically zero learning curve – if you can walk, you…

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Longboards for Beginners and Advanced Riders

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Many would consider Loaded Longboard to be the best in the industry. With  fiberglass additive, vertically lamated bamboo and a dropthur design, these are the perfect board for those who are looking to take their longboarding skills to the next level. If you don’t have $300+ to drop on a longboard check out our inventory of moderately priced longboard from GoldCoast, Santa Cruz, Arbor and Sector 9. Click here to see…

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Snowboarding Terms

Snowboard Terms

Do you think you have all of your snowboarding terminology on lock down? Or are you looking to pick up your first set up and want to be sure you’re ahead of the game when you take your first lesson? Maybe you want to impress a car full of teenagers as you’re giving them a…

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Stand Up Paddle Board Repair

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  Stand Up Paddle Board Repair Dings and cracks come with the paddle board territory for novices and experts alike. Stand up paddle (SUP) boards are pretty durable, but sometimes a deep ding is inevitable, especially on a windy day. While many dings are simply cosmetic, others are not. If you can see beyond the…

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Stand Up Paddle Board Regulations

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  Oceans, lakes and rivers have all seen a recent explosion in stand up paddle boarding (SUP). Due to it’s increased popularity, the US Coast Guard classified SUPs as vessels in 2008, which means they have to adhere to the same regulations as canoes and kayaks when operated outside of surfing areas. Such regulations should…

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Salomon Fast Wing III Windbreaker – Trail Running Apparel

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  Trail Running Jacket: Salomon Fast Wing III Windbreaker Everyone loves a perfect windbreaker.  Some people like looking sporty running errands, commuting, and charging through Moab.  The Salomon Fast Wing III is the ultimate light weight (150 grams), packable (armband stow pocket), and wind resistant windbreaker available to trail runners and the general public. The…

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Gulli Gudmundsson Pro Colorway – Switchback Bindings

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Switchback Gulli Gudmundsson Pro Colorway Plain and simple can define Gulli Gudmundsson’s Switchback Bindings Pro Colorway.  If you were Gulli how would you customize your bindings?  I see the fire within Gulli burning through a 28″ stance to his bindings.

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Salomon Hiking Shoes Review: XR Mission

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Salomon XR Mission Review Come ye road and trail runners, unite with the Salomon XR Mission!  This short to mid distance trail running shoe is designed for avid trail runners who may not live next to trails, but run on roads to get to them.  This versatile shoe, with many unique features, can pound the…

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2013 Ride Buckwild Snowboard Review

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2013 Ride Buckwild Snowboard The 2013 Ride Buckwild Snowboard is the go to deck for the 2012 Winter Dew Tour Slopestyle Champion, Sebastien Toutant.  The Pop Rods® 2.0, Slimewalls®, and Carbon Array 3 combination adds a smooth feel and unreal pop.  The Ride Buckwild creates fluid lines and has massive pop that you’ll never forget….

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