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How to Set your Garmin 310XT – The Basics

How to set your Garmin 310XT
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 We've had some questions on how to use a GPS watch. This is a repost of directions Kim Sutton created last year. There is a newer Garmin 910XT model, that Jenny Kalmbach reviews here on the Garmin Blog. Whether you are training for a big event,...

How to get on and off the dock without dinging your board or yourself

avoiding dock dangers
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Now I understand this doesn't cover the obvious: BOATS. This just covers the structure. We'll talk boats next time. They're a whole other can of worms.  

How to prevent your Standup Paddleboards from being stolen

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You have cash on your car in the form of a standup paddle board and people need cash. I spoke to a police officer buddy of mine who told me that as unemployment gets higher, snag and grab crimes go up. Anything that is...

How to put a Fin in a Standup Paddleboard

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 Bringing this back because it is useful info! Installing a fin is really pretty simple when you know which way everything goes. The most important thing to note is which direction the fin faces… the top points towards the back end of your board. The fin...

OC1 Care – Tips and Tricks to Prolonging the Life of your Canoe

Outrigger canoe care
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So you just bought a canoe, want a canoe, or have a canoe. Regardless of whether you belong in one of those three categories, knowing how to properly care for your outrigger is vital if you want to prolong the life of your craft....

Quickblade: How a paddle shaft breaks

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Often we get the email from paddlers saying "I was paddling and my shaft snapped" - in about 99% of the cases, it was not the shaft randomly snapping..but something that could have happened long before. In this video, Jim Terrell shows how a...

How to Take Care of your Standup Paddleboard

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NOTE FROM KATIE: I'm reposting this because it's spring cleaning time, people! And, also, the weather is warming up and people are buying boards. If you sell boards, do everyone a favor and share this post! Above: Huh, I think I could employ that technique...

How to prevent your Standup Paddleboards from being stolen

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Updated on June 24, 2016 You have cash on your car in the form of a standup paddle board and people need cash. I spoke to a police officer buddy of mine who told me that as unemployment gets higher, snag and grab crimes go...

Planning a road trip to a SUP race

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Updated June 29, 2016 If you are hopping in your cars and heading for the nearest SUP event, here are a few things to remember: The first step: Cover the basics Register for the event Make a reservation at the event hotel or one close by ...

Quickblade FAQ: how to make your paddle shorter

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Short Description Jimmy Terrell tells you how to do it.

Help Me Out: What Am I Missing Here?

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Help Tim McAuley, ambassador for SIC Maui, pack for travel and training!   ************     How many trips have you been on where you didn’t forget something important?    You leave your toothbrush at home. Forget to bring your phone charger. Arrive at your destination with only the shoes on...

How to convert an insulated bike water bottle into one with a hose for paddleboarding

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This is a step-by step video tutorial on how to make an insulated Polar water bottle into one with a hose for prone paddleboarding. It is one of the amazing tips we learned at the AMAZING prone paddleboard clinic by Cynthia Aguilar in June...

How To Glue a Top Onto a Stand Up Paddle by Kialoa Paddles

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Dave Chun of KIALOA Paddles shows you how to top a KIALOA stand up paddle.

How to Pack A Paddle for Air Travel

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Don’t Be Afraid to Fly with Your V-Drive The thought of packing my Quickblade paddles used to scare the living daylights out of me. But, after awhile, I got tired of borrowing blades or renting inferior ones and decided to invest in a good bag...

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