Stand Up Paddleboarding 

Naish Stand Up Paddleboards

 

Inflatable Boards

Paddleboarding is one of the fastest growing watersports in the world. You can bring your board out to any kind of water: from oceans, ponds, rivers, lakes, seas, swimming pools (if it is big enough), and bays. It can give the body a full body core workout and is an amazing way to experience and explore the great outdoors.

Naish's Paddle boards are made for the explorer in you. Each board listed is inflatable, making it easier to carry and travel around to different water locations. Every board catered to a certain kind of Paddle boarding, from: racing, riding small waves, maneuverability, long distance, cruising, and even windsurfing versatility.

The Mana Air is built to help novices learn how to paddle board by being incredibly stable and easy to turn. The Crossover Air Keiki is built as a crossover that can do windsurfing and stand up paddling. The Glide Air is all about versatility and built to do everything a paddle boarder might want to do on the water. Finally there is the ONE, the best inflatable paddle board on the market. Made with a sleek race outline for cruising, long distance and racing.
Make sure before buying any board you look at the wind, and water conditions where you want to paddle board to make sure you have the most fun.

Paddles

Naish's paddles help you get you where you want to go in style and comfort. Paddles are made from carbon, carbon kevlar, glass filament, and filament wound carbon and glass. These different types of materials make each paddle feel different and mold to different conditions. The Kaholo, Makani, and the Race LE are made for racers who want light paddles and great performance. The Hele and Sport versions are for beginners and all around use. Then the Alana is made for women who want a lightweight paddle with control.


Quick Tips

  • Start in flat water.
  • To stand on your board make sure the board’s fin can’t hit the bottom. Start on your knees and take a few strokes and stand up with one foot at a time slowly while still in the middle of the board. Once up, make sure you maintain a slight bend in your knees to keep your core centered.
  • Make sure you are holding the paddle correct by having the blade face forward, away from you as you paddle.
  • Hold the paddle from the top of the handle. Not like a broomstick.
  • Check that your grip on the paddle is shoulder width apart.
  • When you dip the blade in water, take a long stroke and let your back muscles do the work. Don’t let your arms do all of the work.

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