This is the page where you’ll find some products that I personally recommend. These are my favorite toys and tools to take out on adventures and they are all great-quality products that I have tried and trust. If you choose to purchase these items from these links, I will receive a small compensation from Amazon that will help me keep this blog up and running and continue to bring you quality content. You are in no way required to purchase from these links, but I appreciate your support if you do! 🙂

Stand-up Paddleboard & Accessory Recommendations

  • Tower Paddle Boards Adventurer 1 Inflatable 9’10” SUP Package
    • This paddleboard is currently my pride and joy. First and foremost, its durability and impressive rigidity is unbeatable as far as inflatable SUPs go. It is lightweight and easy to transport, making it super convenient. You can just throw it in the backseat and head to your favorite paddle destination (or a new one!). Its weight capacity is 400 pounds, making it suitable for just about anyone who wants to try out this incredible sport. It is available both individually and as a package with a paddle and air pump. I personally purchased just the Adventurer 1 and air pump from Tower Paddleboards and opted for a Werner paddle, but I urge you to do some research and see which option is best for you.

  • Werner Vibe 2-Piece Adjustable SUP Paddle-68-86in-Yellow
    • Werner paddles were the first paddles I was introduced to when I started SUP, and my allegiance runs deep. These lightweight paddles are among the highest quality paddles for the fairest price you’ll find. Durable and precise, these paddles are also adjustable, boasting a easy adjustment mechanism and inch markers to help you decide the right length for your height. And yes, they float, so if you lose your grip it’ll be right there waiting for you on the surface.


  • Fitbit Charge HR Wireless Activity Wristband, Black, Large
    • Though fitness tracker accuracy has been up for debate recently, I am thoroughly smitten and sticking with my Fitbit Charge HR. It’s heart rate feature allows me to see my pulse fluctuations throughout the day. This is especially useful when I suspect I’ve had too much caffeine; I can just check my wrist and see that, most of the time, I have! Being able to track  your heart rate also allows it to estimate your calorie expenditure better than trackers that estimate your burn with step count alone. If you sync it to the Fitbit app on your phone, it’ll also tell you when you haven’t walked in a bit, helping you break sedentary habits that plague many an office worker. Fitbit is also compatible with calorie-tracking app MyFitnessPal, bringing two fit forces together for one awesome cause: your health!

Legal disclaimer: Though I do stand by my recommendations, mistakes do happen, and I must mention that I am in no way liable for the purchasing, handling, or quality of items received, nor am I responsible for any harm inflicted by accident or negligence involving recommended products. Any issues regarding purchases or items, including but not limited to defects, processing errors, incorrect charges,  or missing parts, will need to be handled with the point of purchase or the manufacturer. Now that we’ve got out of the way, carry on.