2013 Stand Up World Tour Highlights (Surf)

Published on janvier 21st, 2014 | by Supworldmagazine

A look back at the 2013 Stand Up World Tour showcasing some of the highlights from across the Tour and defining moments as we build up to a dramatic 2014 season. Stay tuned to www.watermanleague.com   [&hellip... Read More


Tidal Bore Sup Surfing in Sri Lanka

Published on janvier 10th, 2014 | by Supworldmagazine

Australian Kyron Rathbone experiences the benak tidal bore in Sri Aman, Malaysia. During Pesta Benak 2013, Kyron pave the way on new breaking sections, surfed for the first time between Bakong and Sri Aman. Kyron sets [&hellip... Read More


Down Winders in Hawaii

Published on janvier 8th, 2014 | by Supworldmagazine

Amazing video on downwinders in Hawaii. While it is a promo video, it is also exceptionally well made and edited. the combo music-edit is simply great. Enjoy!  ... Read More

River sup

Michael Tavares 360° on a River Wave!

Published on décembre 19th, 2013 | by Supworldmagazine

River SUP surfing the James River in Richmond, Va. The river was at 9ft, which is the high water permit level for the James. I was paddling the Badfish MVP-S, which is 7.6 in length and [&hellip... Read More

Industry news

Legend Gerry Lopez Joins Naish

Published on décembre 3rd, 2013 | by Supworldmagazine

Naish International is extremely excited to announce that surfing and shaping legend Gerry Lopez has joined their design team.  The Hawaiian born shaper, now residing in Bend Oregon, will work alongside Robby Naish, Michi Schweiger, Randy [&hellip... Read More

Industry news

Take Apart Paddleboard VIDEO (Corran SUP)

Published on novembre 27th, 2013 | by Supworldmagazine

This video explains the project of creating my new Take Apart Paddleboard for general recreational use – fishing, families, yoga and fitness paddling. Constructed from high density foam, and using the patent pending flip-up tail skeg, [&hellip... Read More


Overhead Firing

Published on novembre 22nd, 2013 | by Supworldmagazine

Waves in the TCI are as rare as the West Indian Whistling Duck, so when the unusual sound of waves crashing on the beach filled my waking mind, I sat up, wondering, “Is that thunder outside?”… [&hellip... Read More

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