Paddleboard Around the World with iROCKER SUP Boards
1 month ago - By Global Traveler
Now is the time to get out of the house, soak in the sun and try something new. From bread making to learning the latest TikTok dance, Americans picked up new hobbies since the COVID-19 pandemic. As travel gets busier, keep the momentum going with paddle boarding that can travel with you anywhere in the world.
“As many people picked up a new hobby over the last year, they are now looking to take that hobby on the road as travelling becomes less restricted.” CEO and co-founder Steve Elder remarks. Starting as a passion project, Elder had a vision to offer customers a durable, high-end...
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