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FAQs, Guide, Paddleboarding, SUP, Surfing, Watersports -

The origins of stand up paddleboarding are not clearly defined. The sport bears a resemblance to a variety of activities throughout the history of the world. It has drawn a significant amount of interest in more recent times, gaining in popularity during the start of the 2000s.

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Boards, Equipment, FAQs, Guide, Kitesurfing -

Whether you are purchasing your first kiteboard or your 10th, it is always a very exciting time, but it can be challenging to know what type of board is best suited to you. If you have done some lessons or already have some experience, you may have a brief understanding of what kind of board you require, but if you are a beginner, it is best to do some research before spending money on the wrong board. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a ‘beginner’s kiteboard’, but not to fear, there are particular features to look out for if you are just starting out. From the size of the board to the style, we share our tips on how to select the perfect kiteboard for you and the type of ride you want to achieve.

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Accessories, beginner, Equipment, FAQs, Guide, Wetsuit -

There are a lot of things that go into a good session on the water. One of the most underestimated but essential pieces of gear is your wetsuit, especially in British waters! The wetsuit is an integral part of any surfer’s kit, as a high-quality suit can help take your game to the next level.

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Accessories, beginner, Equipment, FAQs, Kitesurfing, Manera, Surfing, Wetsuit -

For many of us in the UK, the wetsuit is a vital part of our kitesurfing setup. It is essential for keeping you warm, providing much-needed protection from the elements. The correct wetsuit is vital for your enjoyment – a cold, leaking suit will do nothing for your mood when the tricks aren’t flowing. On the other hand, finding the perfect one can provide a comfort that can take your kitesurfing to the next level!

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FAQs, Kitesurfing, Watersports -

Kiteboarding is a fun sport to do with people and also alone. If, one day, you want to head out to the waters but there is no one about, here are some precautions to take and some tips you should know about before you set off on your solo excursion.

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