Stand Up Paddling (SUP) is quite similar to surfing, like surfing on the surfboard, but paddling is not done while lying down with your hands, but standing up with a piercing paddle.
this sport is different from the surf even though both use the board as the main equipment. surfing rely on strong winds and big waves, while the SUP is just the opposite. Continue reading “Stand Up Paddling – Watersport Evolves”
The watersports industry is growing steadily. Be it long-distance stand-up paddling, kitesurfing or the more leisurely boogie board: the fact is, the customer, whether beginner or advanced, prefers water to solid ground more often. For this reason, functional fabrics for this industry have been promoted and brands for swimwear showed an increased interest in the development of sporty inspired collections. Continue reading “Industry Reap The Benefits Of Water Sports”
Trends in water sports are a trend in sports and adventure. From surfing and sailing to diving, swimming and stand up paddling (SUP). The current water sports trends, introduce new products and accompany water sports enthusiasts in their extreme experiences. Continue reading “Water Sports Trends – Good Sign For Industry”
If professional adventurer were once unapproachable daredevils, they will become more and more accessible in the digital age. In social media channels, they present their real life, and professional outdoor films show the human side of the adventure. This inspires customers and helps the industry. Continue reading “Adventurer – Industry’s Best Ambassadors”