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The latest BUZZ in new standup paddle surfing sports gear.

We showcase the best standup paddle boards, standup paddles, standup paddle accessories with news and views.

StandUp Paddle Sports has the largest, and best, selection of SUP's in the UNIVERSE at our store in Santa Barbara, CA.

Over 150 standup paddle boards currently in stock. New SUP's arriving monthly.

(Best selection...Best value...Best service...Mahalo)

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

 

2010 Starboard SUP Lineup

BREAKING NEWS!

Here's a glimpse of what is coming down the pipeline for Starboard's SUP line in 2010...



The new blue StarTouch Classic...



The new Terje Haakonsen TAC Edition...

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SUP Racing News

With the 2nd Annual Battle of the Paddle coming up this weekend there's lots of SUP racing news to catch up on...

Last Saturday's Hennessey International Paddleboard Championships held in San Francisco
offered a glimpse of the competition that will be present next weekend...

There was a 6 mile Stock SUP (12'6") and a 9 mile Unlimited SUP (12'6" +) who did the same course as the prone paddleboarders...

In the Men's stock class, Hobie rider Byron Kurt edged out EJ by 7 seconds...picking the wrong line at the finish cost EJ a few pesos...Byron picked up $1350 to EJ's $200...$1150 is a lot of cervezas...especially, the kind EJ drinks...OUCH!...;-)

Byron Kurt is on a tear lately...he just got back from winning the Starboard sponsored 11 City Tour across Holland...you can read about this race on the Hobie blog...

Byron also won the 3rd Annual Ta-Hoe Nalu Stand-Up Paddleboard Festival held at North Lake Tahoe, Aug 15th...

The Hobie SUP team totally dominated this event...Mark Johnson's race SUP's are definitely working...that can't be debated...

Several of our SUP race team members will be sporting them at next weekend's BOP...including Rich Schroeder who just won the Naish North American Summer SUP Race Series on his new 12'6" Hobie CR-1...Rich finished in 5th place (out of 250) at last year's BOP Open race...only his 2nd race...



Australian Billy Watson, took 3rd place ahead of 4th place Dan Gavere, who was on one of the new Brian Syzmanski/Starboard collaborations...

On the women's side in stock SUP, Brandi Baksic continues to dominate...also on one of the new Brian Syzmanski/Starboard collaborations, beating Australian Shakira Westorp and Hawaiian Morgan Hoesterey...Morgan was the first solo female SUP paddler to finish the Quiksilver Edition Molokai Race this year...she also placed 3rd at last year's BOP...

Also noteworthy, Karen Wrenn who won the women's division of the Naish North American Summer Race Series finished 4th...Candice Appleby finished in 6th place...she placed 2nd at last year's BOP...



Karen Wrenn on her new Hobie...



Men's unlimited SUP saw Thomas Shahinian took the field...a couple of minutes in front of last year's BOP Open Men's champ, Thomas Gallagher...following up in 3rd place was last year's BOP Pro class stock winner, Chuck Patterson...Jared Vargas and Ekolu Kalama finished in 4th and 5th...

Danny Ching and Rob Rojas were no-shows...hope to see these top contenders at the BOP...

Division results here...

Overall results here...

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Saturday, September 26, 2009

 

Born to be Wild :: SUP t-shirt line

I was down along the Rincon paddlesurfing the other day...and, as I was heading back to the shop, a biker goes blazing by me wearing one of our older SUPSports t-shirts...what else are you gonna wear on a gorgeous sunny Cali day while going for a ride letting your freak flag fly?...;-)

I grabbed the Canon digicam and snapped a pic...



It was difficult to recognize the rider (I think I know...Scott)...anyways, it's not uncommon now to see our shirts and shwag almost everywhere we go...fact is, we do have the most recognizable icon in the SUP world...it must drive our "competitors" nutzo...;-)



Our shwag is about to become even more ubiquitous across the planet as we are getting ready to fully launch our new t-shirt line this coming week...

Here's a few of the graphics that we will be using...



Here's a sample of the new offerings...sweet wahine styles and colors...
Amethyst...Iris...Peacock...



Men's style shown in Deep Black...other colors will be Cricket Green...Redwood...Tree...& Bluegrass...



A few of the approval samples...these puppies are definitely eye poppers...







We'll also have high quality embroidered hats and visors...





MORE PICS OF OUR STANDUP PADDLE TSHIRT, HAT, AND SWEATSHIRT LINE HERE...

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Curtis "Pro-Elite" SUP Racing Fins

We just received the first production run of the new Curtis Hesselgrave G-10 "Pro-Elite" SUP racing fins (MSRP $200)...they were sold out upon arrival...but, we just received another couple of dozen...







We have these just in time for the 2nd Annual "Battle of the Paddle" SUP contest this next weekend in Dana Point...

We still have a few of the polyester Curtis Hesselgrave SUP racing fins (MSRP $100)...

You can benefit from these fins even if you don't paddle race...with less vertical drag, they provide superior tracking with more lateral resistance to side chop and current...better directional stability...less paddle changes per side...more efficient transfer of energy...they also go through kelp, weeds, eel grass like a hot knife through butter...









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Sunday, September 20, 2009

 

Standup Paddle (SUP) Boards

We offer you a few more choices in standup paddle board selection since the days way back in 2006, when we offered you the world's first production epoxy molded SUP's in two sizes and two colors...

The 2010 Naish SUP line has expanded to 21 boards...and the Starboard line in 2010 will be at least 27 wide...with 4 construction choices...

We are starting to see lots of "paralysis by analysis" when it comes to selecting a standup paddle board for you or your family...we are the experts in this field and WE'RE HERE TO HELP!!!

We're the #1 standup paddle board store in the country...our expert staff makes it easy for you...when you are ready to purchase a SUP, you're gonna have to trust someone...fact is, thousands of folks have trusted us to help them...we have a proven track record of over 10 years of providing great customer service...

Simply call us toll free 888.805.9978 or email i n f o @ s u r f i n g s p o r t s . c o m...there's a link at the bottom of every page on our site...you're welcome to come visit our shop if you can get to beautiful Santa Barbara...we're open every day 10 - 5 PDT...we'll get your SUP buying decision sorted out for you in no time...then you'll be smiling for miles...just like these happy customers...

















We have the best selection...best value...and the bestest and most knowledgeable service of standup paddle boards and paddles on the planet...we've shipped SUP's to all 50 states in the country...our shipping experts are the best in the business...

We have a real store staffed by standup paddlers...we host free demos, offer lessons, host standup paddle races, and are involved in the community...

Please remember that you get what you pay for...don't fall for the newest scourge that we've seen lately of the dozens of cheesy SUP websites popping up with no storefronts shilling cheap SUP knockoffs...boards are not created equal...construction technology does matter...

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Saturday, September 19, 2009

 

Starboard Technology

When it comes to innovation and board construction technological advances...one company stands apart...Starboard...the world leader in board construction...

Some companies who have only been around for a couple of years are starting to play around with wood and sandwich board construction...why pay for their R&D?

Starboard has been producing the most durable sailboards in the world for over 15 years...sailboards are under way more stress than conventional surfboards...they have to survive speeds of up to 50mph...and jumps/loops to 50'...



Developed by Jean Louis Colmas in 1984, Wood Technology became Starboard's trademark construction since 1995. Starboard's production Wood boards then set the lead in lightweight sandwich technology, weighing in at a kilo under the competition, yet with higher impact resistance.

A sheet of 0.6 mm Australian pine wood forms the full outer shell of the board. Wood's unique properties are its natural rigidity, superior resistance to compression and higher energy absorption compared to carbon. It is the construction with the highest dynamic shape stability.

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In the continuing effort to reduce weight and increase performance without loss of durability, Starboard is once again leading the way with the new wood/carbon technology...

A combination of a wood spine with ultra light, flat-weave carbon. The first board construction in the world to utilize an ultra light carbon fiber that is flat-weaved for total mechanical efficiency at half the specific weight.



I just received a new Starboard quadfin waveboard with this wood/carbon technology...

IT'S INSANELY LIGHT!!!











I expect this technology to trickle down to the Starboard SUP line...there is ongoing osmosis between the SUP line and sailboard line...this quadfin sailboard progressed because of the quadfin SUP's that Starboard has dialed in...

The World’s first Quad fin wave boards - more drive, more traction, the ability to generate more speed on the wave face, turn closer and tighter, ride more vertical with the ability to go where you want, when you want. When going out through waves, the Quads also help you to stay upwind better than single or twin fin boards, thus positioning you to catch more waves.

The Quad wave concept was born 2 years ago when Svein Rasmussen and Scott McKercher first started working with Quad fin setups on wave SUP boards, initially with single fin setups to thrusters and finally Quad fins. The unique fin size combination, with the larger fin in front and the smaller fin behind, as well as the exact fin box positioning, the fin foil/stiffness ratio and the fin box selection were the key in making the Quad concept work.

Quad action vid clip:



Quad technical discussion vid clip:





Scott McKercher: Something that I felt has been missing in wave boards is the ability to produce drive through the fins like a surf board. Singles and twins were all about the containment of speed and not the production of drive. The new Quads deliver the perfect blend of a smooth arc length when desired, combined with lightning acceleration through tight on rail snaps.




Svein Rasmussen: Experimenting with Quads has totally renewed my interest in wave sailing.

Tiesda You: For progressing wave riders who thought the Evo was a breakthrough in 2003, well the Quads are again another leap forward. On a wave face, they really do go where you want, when you want and then they’ll even generate more speed as you drive them through turns. Unbelievable stuff.

Question to Svein: is the Quad an innovation? “Some 12 years ago, our production Twister twin fin board was available worldwide, then suddenly in 2008 the twin fin concept was viewed as an innovation. Now in 2009 Starboard brings into production a totally refined Quad fin board and if bringing back twin fins in 2008 was viewed an innovation , then bringing in Quads in 2009 is truly an innovation which actually brings something NEW to wavesailing.”

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

 

Fish On!

One of our long time friends on the Central Cali coast, Kenny Krall, sent in a few fun pics sharing his enjoyment of the 12' Hobie ATR and 12' Naish Glide...

NICE FISH!!!





His wifey Toni rehabbing her tweaked ankle...





You get some nice views through the water on top of a SUP...

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Monday, September 14, 2009

 

2009 North American Naish Summer Race Series Championship

The 2009 North American Naish Summer Race Series Championship was held at Bonita Cove in San Diego yesterday...

The SUPsports paddle racing team did very well...

Rich Schroeder wins the event and a 14' Naish Glide...plus, a trip to Maui and an entry into the 5th Annual Naish Paddle Championship...a 9.54 mile race from Maliko Gulch...NICE WORK!!!





Adam Kirkcaldie, our newest staff member, takes 3rd...Adam is just getting going in paddle racing and is already showing great potential with his triathlete background...



Rob Graham takes 4th...he'll be moving up to the 14' class...



EJ came down and raced in the open class taking 1st...his new 23" wide Syzmanski worked great...



Brian Syzmanski...fierce prone paddleboarder...now piloting his standup creations...



Team rider, Andie Johnson, took 2nd place in the women's championship race...not bad for racing a new board and new paddle for the first time...

The board did feel very nice and stable for 25" width...



Prone paddleboarder Matt Friedman transitioning to standup paddle racing on one of Brian's new shapes...



Who da guy?...;-)



They're not all going to Maui with a free 14' Glide...but, they're a bunch of STOKED units, nonetheless!!!



EJ and MJ...two of my favorite humans on this planet...



Mucho mahalos to Naish for getting this classic grass roots event off the ground...

I'll have a gallery up in the next day or two...or whenever this killer swell dies down...;-)

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Friday, September 11, 2009

 

Starboard Tiki

Just got the new 8'5" x 28" Starboard Tikis...





Waterkids, Connor Baxter and Zane Schweitzer have developed a board shape to suit their style and body size. The 8’5” x 28” is designed for waterkids looking for a quick learning curve.

It’s front section provides stability for paddling through the waves and the more stinger aft section offers acceleration, speed and rail to rail response. Despite its short length, it glides well on flat waters for light riders.

It’s tri fin set up provides plenty of directional stability to enjoy gliding down the rivers and over the lakes anywhere any time. It also rips behind a boat or on the Cable park. (MSRP $949)



Comparison shots of 8'5" x 28" Tiki and 8'5" x 30" Pocket Rocket...



Pocket Rocket is a quad...Tiki is trifin...



More pics in this GALLERY...

More comparison pics in this GALLERY...

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Wednesday, September 09, 2009

 

New SUP Bags

We just received a couple of pallets of new SUP bags...6" increments from 9' to 12'...

Features include:

:: Shoulder strap
:: EZ grip offset carry handle middle of bag
:: Paddle holder
:: Extra large outside pocket
:: Large inner fin pocket
:: EZ entry zipper opening
:: EZ slide zippers
:: Reinforced nose & tail
:: Double stitching reinforced seams
:: Built in bag holder
:: Change out ground tarp included

Value based pricing...below 11' $120 :: 11' & above $130









We have heaps of SUP bags in stock...

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Monday, September 07, 2009

 

Santa Barbara Labor Day SUP Demo

Yesterday's SUP demo went really well...over 110 people participated...
Our "try before you buy" SUP demos have become so popular that we have had to RSVP folks to ensure that people get an opportunity to try the specific boards they are interested in...

We've taught over 600 people how to standup paddle in Santa Barbara this Summer on our fleet of SUP's, for free...other people prefer the more personalized private individual or group lessons that we offer...

Gorgeous sunny weather and light cooling breezes prevailed...







Kids learning to kick turn...they could spin forever on their first day of SUP...











Board cleaning station...we are stoked that people recognize how much effort and labor goes into making the boards and paddles available to try for free...





Demo van organization...



Warren and Koren loading their new SUP's...Starboard 9'8" Fish and 10'6" Imagine ECO SUP into their van...their first standup board they learned on was the Exocet Kona...and they got it from someone that started on it as well...paying it forward...



All loaded up and ready for SUP...



That's what it's all about for us...miles of smiles...STOKED CLIENTS!!!

More pics of the SUP demo in this GALLERY...

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Saturday, September 05, 2009

 

My First SUP

The Exocet Commando was ahead of it's time...this is the copy I wrote for it when we got them in 2003...9'10" x 36"...it had a fin in the back and middle of the board, that you could put in or pull out from the deck of the board...

"An extraordinary design concept that Exocet has busted out is the Commando. This unique watercraft is not only a two-person kayak, but also an all-around cruising style windsurfer. The built-in integrated wheel makes this a totally user-friendly, "must-have" essential addition to your quiver of watertoys. The whole family can use this multipurpose craft...you can teach on it, explore and tour, access remote areas and hard to get to windlines...fishing...standup photo platform...lash a sailrig and/or surfboard to the nose and paddle into some remote areas...surf and/or fish, then sail home...what are you going to do with it?"(MSRP $699 USD)

I used it with a converted kayak paddle to take pictures of windsurfing on the water, standing up...and, for standup fishing...











Zoom ahead to 2005 and Exocet launched the Kona line of longboard windsurfers...
At 11'6" x 27", the Kona also did double duty for numbers of people as their first SUP...





Here is a guy we sent a paddle to on the West coast of Sweden for his Kona...he became the first standup paddle surfer in Sweden...we also shipped the first SUP paddles to Germany, Austria, Norway, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, and Australia...etc...in the early days...



In 2005/2006 the custom SUP market started to develop as those shapers with skill sets that could deal with shaping/glassing large tandem Clark blanks, or hot wiring a SUP blank from a billet of EPS foam got production rolling...

We could only get around 27" out of a Clark tandem blank...pretty narrow in choppy conditions...the sport was called standup/falloff back then...;-)

I should also mention that we used surf wax for traction...

We flew Sean Ordonez over from Maui to build some homegrown SUP's...




Deb in Spring of '06 on her 2nd custom Sean Ordonez SUP...





All of our early custom SUP's did double duty as light air windsurfers...





The early days...it was fun pioneering...lots of firsts...





Early halcyon days of SUP on the Sean Ordonez "Big Red" prototype...



Sean Ordonez during a visit to Santa Barbara...getting ready to paddle the prototype for "Big Blue"...



Prototypes of the Sean Ordonez "Big Red" and "Big Blue"...which were to become the first molded sandwich epoxy production SUP's in the world...



Our first container samples of the production Big Red and Big Blue SUP's...
This was the first SUP for many standup paddlers...we shipped them all across North America and Puerto Rico...even, to all of the Hawaiian Islands...

We smile when we see chucklehead bloggers and other new SUP board companies sending us solicitations to buy ad space or boards and accessories...etc...claiming to be OG when they learned on one of our boards...or, one of the many that came long after...;-)

There was no "paralysis by analysis" back in the day...picking a SUP was quite a bit easier...you were on a waiting list for container arrival...and, you had your choice of a 10'10" blue one or an 11'11" red one...our first logo die-cut SUP pads arrived shortly afterwards...as well as bags big enough to fit these SUP's...



After selling through several containers of the SOS SUP's...we went on to open the first fully dedicated SUP store on the North and South American continents...that was thousands of SUP's ago...with many more to come...

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Thursday, September 03, 2009

 

Terje Hakkonsen's new Starboard quiver

Svein Rasmussen, owner of Starboard, recently hand delivered the first 4 TAC production editions to Starboard team rider, Terje Hakkonsen, in Norway.

(The new TAC series is designed around, and named after, Terje and his Arctic Challenge snowboard contest...

Our friend who used to work for Burton, Scott Currie, says "If you look very closely at the stripe down the side of the board…you will notice a pattern of small swords. It is this Sword that was used on Terje’s very first snowboard pro model with Burton Snowboards back in 1993. (Viking Sword and Helmet)

The compass looking graphic on the SUP board is the logo for “The Arctic
Challenge
” contest. One of the most Prestigious snowboard contests in the
whole world."











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Tuesday, September 01, 2009

 

Word Up!

Welcome...we're stoked that you are here.

The first step in buying a standup paddle board (SUP) is choosing the right shop.
Standup Paddle Sports is the first fully dedicated SUP shop to open in North America, and we've sold thousands of SUP's since 2005. We have lots of experience getting folks set up with the right gear the first time...our customer testimonials bear witness to that.

Matter of fact, our parent company, SurfingSports, sold thousands of sailboards, surfboards, & skateboards before the Standup Paddle Sports storefront was even established.


It seems that there are dozens of solely internet based SUP "stores" opening up every month...trying to hawk boards to newbies that are cheap popouts.
Remember the old adage...you get what you pay for...

That's prolly why you're here reading this...;-)

Most of these fly by night after they come home from ther *real* job companies, don't even have a physical address, or even a telephone number in their contact info...let alone years of customer testimonials...
Check out their blog posts...if they even have one...we have over 300 blog posts going back to 2005...

They don't do demos...(next one this Sunday)...teach lessons...host races or community events, fund raisers, enviromental causes...etc...to them, it's all about selling the lowest common denominator...it's called "bottom feeding"...basically, barnacles on the backs of those of us spending lots of time , energy, and money helping to grow the sport in a healthy fashion...paying it forward to future generations...

*RANT ON*

We're REALLY kinda tired of reading our words and seeing our pictures (intellectual property) on their cheesy websites...you woudn't believe some of the rip-off artists taking credit for our ideas and innovations...total biz buzzkill...

*RANT OFF*

Back to basics...

Our retail store and warehouses are open every day 10 AM to 5 PM seven days / week...and our web folks deal with email pings 24/7...we have several toll free numbers...we're here for you...
We excel at customer service...it gives us a warm fuzzy knowing that our clients are STOKED!

We have 5 years of experience selling SUP's...not 5 weeks or 5 months, and have been ahead of the SUP curve the whole time since introducing to the world the first molded epoxy production SUP shaped by Sean Ordonez. That was before there was a standup paddling blog, ezine, magazine, standup forum, or standup paddleboard store.

We've shipped SUP's to all 50 states in the union and beyond...
We were also the first SUP shop to ship standup paddles to Norway, Sweden, Holland, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Chile, Argentina, Mexico...and, many other countries...

It's kinda crazy that it's already come this far...this fast...
But, it's really no wonder...standup paddling is a sport for the ages...

This is an article we wrote that was published in a local Santa Barbara magazine about standup...it's kind of surf centric...but, also is applicable to flatwater locales as well...

Undeniably fun!

There's no better way to describe the new "old sport" of standup paddlesurfing (or standup paddling if sans waves) to "never-evers", or SUP virgins...

George Greenough used to tell me, when we windsurfed together years ago, "whatever gets you in the water"...and, in Santa Barbara there's no better way to get out on the water and commune with nature, at least 300 days per year...basically, any time you have free time you can get a soul satisfying session or workout right in your backyard...doesn't that sound appealing especially after this flat as heck Winter, that's had even the most patient of surfers experiencing wave withdrawals? A saltwater lobotomy is just what the doctor ordered!
Definitely less expensive than psychological counseling...;-)

It also makes economic sense to do "staycations" at home, rather than burning jet fuel in search of the "Endless Summer"...one of the pleasant surprises with standup is that you can trunk it, sans wetsuit rubber, most days in Santa Barbara...even, all Winter long...

Standup paddling, even without the wave component, is very satisfying in a zen sort of way...giving you a surf-satisfied feeling that soothes the soul...washes away the stress of the day…the return of soul surfing...it harkens back to a simpler time...board and paddle...there's something almost prehistoric about it...

It doesn't take a whole lot of imagination in Santa Barbara to discover the nooks and crannies on a SUP that get overlooked daily by the masses on their way to the same old same old parking lot...

The waterman way ethos, that is rooted in Hawaiian culture, is available here right to us in the Santa Barbara area, just ready to tap into for the more adventurous souls...we explore our local watering holes in all of their moods...amazing, unconditional fun is there to be had, like low lying fruit, as we savor the views and experience sharing the ocean with marine life that is visually more apparent from a standup perspective...

The bottomline is that as surfers, we need to paddle...the legendary Tom Blake helped to bridge the surf lifestyle with paddleboarding back in the 1930's...standup paddling hits that note, and unlike sitdown kayaking, it also engages your balance as well...yoga on water...then, throw in the surf component and glide factor, and no wonder it's the fastest growing watersport on the planet...you can't help but notice the explosion of standup paddleboarding in Santa Barbara…it's become the mecca of the sport in North America…

As far as standup paddlesurfing with our laydown brethren is concerned, follow surf etiquette and don't come into the surfzone until you have the skill sets to control your new toy...if we all practice respect...give it and you will get it in return, then we should all be able to play nicely in the sandbox...remember, it's not what you ride...it's how you ride it!

The next time you have an opportunity to try a standup paddleboard, just do it!
You just may be surprised by how challenging, and fun, doing it standing up really is...

Word Up! (pics to return next blog post)

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