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Static Surfing in Montreal

I just got back from an awesome week in Montreal, Canada. The level was perfect for the main wave at Habitat to be glassy and greened out, and so I went out for a few sessions with my friend Yannick Larouche who’s becoming an accomplished SUP surfer in the area. The wave is a river wave, so unlike an ocean wave that forms up, then rolls in towards the beach breaking progressively as it goes, a river wave stands still, with the water rushing over the reef that forms it. While the wave lifts and fall,s greens out and then crumbles, it never moves from its static position. This means you can “learn” the wave, and also take long rides (as long as you like – or until you get yelled off the wave for the next person). The Static absolutely loves this wave, and I was having a ball, racing back and forth, doing cutbacks and floaters. It really was an amazing few sessions!

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From Russia with Love

A great review of our company and boards in Russian, from the Nurenburg Paddle Expo event last week. Anyone speak Russian
Original Article in Russian

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The Big SUPJourney

The Big SUP is a journey by Stand Up Paddleboard from Carmel, through Big Sur, to Cayucos. Approximately 115 miles, the trip is to raise awareness for the value of clean and healthy oceans, for both the planet and for our own well-being. Given the rugged nature of the Big Sur coast, and the epic surf spots along the way that are inaccessible except by sea, the Infiltrator/S.E.A.L. combo expedition board is the ultimate board choice for this sort of trip. Together the boards handle all the gear needed, and when a likely wave is found the S.E.A.L. pops right off and is a fun, surfy little shape that is easy to paddle for most. – Matt Hudgins

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