Kneeling (up or down?)
You've managed to discard the only positive features of standup paddleboards and surf skis and come up with a new activity that distills the very worst of both sports.
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by alakaboo » Tue May 05, 2015
Monday, November 18, 2013
What you need is a paddle that is short enough (or that telescopes) so that in the kneeing position you can hold the top of the paddle when the blade is out of the water on the up-stroke, arms out in front the top one at about a 45 degree angle.
Paddling like this you can get on the wave easily, surf it like a longboard and go out in surf that is way too bumpy to SUP on.
[Copy and paste this into places where short second-hand SUPs are sold.]
Friday, November 1, 2013
It is a great time of year not to stand up to paddle.
Also the more I look at the MHL directional spectrum graphic
..the more I appreciate that the East Coast of Australia does not get the same swell as Hawaii & California.
Monday, August 5, 2013
Here is a link to the site and a search of NSW with the boards listed from short to long.
bit.ly/1eoudNG To find more info on these boards go to the brand's website.
Here are some of them:
noosasurfworks.com.au/boards/laguna-bay-stand-paddle Let us know if you know of other makers that make suitable boards.
Sunday, July 14, 2013
Get a paddle that is short enough (or that telescopes),
Get a surf that is too bumpy to SUP on,
Get a board that surfs like a longboard, not a SUP
and you have kneelupps.info
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