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How to Paddle a SUP Safer- Check the Forecast

Source:Rapid Magazine Blog
When:Jun 19 2017
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So you're a SUP enthusiast. We get it, we are SUP enthusiasts too. But, like Sterling in the video below, it is easy to be so excited to get to the water that you forget to check the weather. 

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