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Soak Up The Sun In These Great SUP Spots!

Paddleboarding is a great activity if you love the great outdoors and slipping into your men’s swim trunks. Recently, we’ve been giving readers a list of amazing places to travel to and paddleboard. We already covered some of the best locations, such as the Half Moon Bay in California and Lake Mead in Arizona and Nevada's desert. So without further ado, here are more highly recommend paddleboarding hot-spots you must check out this summer! Most popular paddleboarding spots: Lake Tahoe’s north shore. It’s time to take a dip in Lake Tahoe’s most popular hot springs. Join the most avid paddle boarders on a guided tour which includes a paddleboard for only $90 per person. Starting on Kings Beach State Recreation...

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Most Popular Paddleboarding Locations in North America

When was the last time you stood on a wide, long, equally balanced surfboard that has a more common name: a paddleboard? If you’ve heard of the new, up-and-coming sport of paddleboarding, you may be intrigued to read about some of the most popular paddleboarding spots located in North America. NoNetz is a leading men’s boardshorts provider for many of the male paddleboarders around the nation, which is why we’ve decided to share some of the best spots to take your board. In our previous post, we mentioned the top two hotspots: Puerto Vallarta and San Diego. Here are a couple more: Half Moon Bay. Half Moon Bay is located in California and is the leading location for pro surfers...

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Paddleboarding Hotspots in North America

Paddleboarding is a fairly new sport that has made it’s way to oceans, lakes and even rivers around the globe. If this sounds like a new hobby you want to try, it’s important you have the right equipment to get started. One thing is for certain, you must first wear the appropriate attire, such as reliable, comfortable and anti-chafe men’s swimwear. In our previous post we gave you some information on some of the most popular activities to try on your paddleboard. On another note, here are some of the best places to go paddleboarding in North America. Puerto Vallarta. Puerto Vallarta, just south of the U.S. border, is an ideal location for stand up paddleboarding. With average salt water...

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Kayaking: Calm or Crazy It’s Up To You

Just picture yourself on a calm, peaceful river. The trees gliding by, the flashes of sunlight reflecting off of the water as it begins to gain speed, and the distant growl of whitewater reaches your ears. Paddling quicker now, your kayak begins to buck in the turbulent water, and keeping the bow facing downstream becomes more difficult with each passing yard. The rapids gain more speed, pumping water into the air and sending a mist of cold, clear mountain water onto your smiling face. Good thing you wore your Anti-Chafe swimwear. To experience the feeling of kayaking in difficult whitewater, can only be comparable to driving down a mountain road with no brakes and the steering wheel thrown out the...

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Yoga On a Stick, Stand Up Paddleboarding.

The summer is almost upon us! Let that soak in for a moment. After months in the cave of winter, we are able to burst into spring and endure the tease of warmer weather one day and cooler the next. The perfect time to think about buying some new men’s boardshorts! You might be thinking about swimming, surfing or snorkeling, but what if you are a landlocked water sports enthusiast? In recent years, a phenomenon has crept into the reservoirs and lakes of the flyover center of the country: Stand up paddleboarding or SUP for short. There are many different kinds of SUP’s out there. There are surf specific models, touring models, whitewater and even yoga models. Touring designs are...

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