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  • n. Plural form of paddleboard.


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  • The latter is to distribute C4 Waterman standup paddleboards, which is a popular new category in coastal markets and inland waterways and lakes, says Rief, who is chief operating officer of both Boardworks and C4 Waterman.

  • Paddling There: Ocean River Sports rents single and double kayaks and stand-up paddleboards.

    Victoria, By Sea

  • John Booth recalls: We used paddleboards all the time, learned demolitions, and even did some surfing.

    Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs

  • She brought us back some presents—matching board shorts, Biloxi T-shirts, and those little paddleboards—saying that this was a day we could all use a toy and a new outfit.

    Are We There Yet?

  • For the first couple of miles, the view on the right took in Puget Sound and beach life - volleyball games, stand-up paddleboards gliding by, the city across the bay blinking in and out of clouds.

    The Seattle Times

  • SAT-SUN Mountain To Sound Outfitters hosts, snow/paddlesports/skate gear to sell or buy, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, skis, snowboards, inline and quad skates, accessories; gear drop-off 4-7 p.m.

    The Seattle Times

  • He estimated that 100 people took to the ocean on paddleboards and in kayaks last weekend to get a look.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • For outdoor amusement water "toys" include a Jacuzzi, wakeboards, paddleboards, diving gear and laser sailing dinghies.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • It's called yoga boarding, and it basically takes the same paddleboards used in SUP and turns them into a yoga mat.

  • Part of it is that paddleboards are much more ample than you'd think, at 11 x 12 feet and up to three feet wide.


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