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Travelling With Kit Loco Style

12:04 17th April 2013 by Adam Sims
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Often it can be seen as a tiresome and long winded process to carry your kit with you on your adventures. This is even more true if you haven’t really done it before or only a handful of times. The truth of the matter is that with a bit of preparation and if you know your airlines it is not so hard, but where do you find this all out? Well Team Loco have produced their top tips for travel with a SUP and to a certain degree these tips can be passed over to windsurfing kit also, so read on if you want to hit the road with your favourite board…

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Team Loco

Stand up paddle boarding, and other similar pastimes, have always gone hand in hand with travel. Once those initial skills have been learned it stands to reason that SUPers would wish to spread their paddling wings.

Exploring foreign destinations, experiencing differing cultures and checking out other SUP opportunities is not only a way to improve your on water skills, it’s a way to grow personally and have a deeper understanding of our planet.

Travelling with stand up paddle gear can be tricky. Due to the size and weight of SUPs, getting your stick to exotic destinations can be a hassle. Here are a few travelling tips to, hopefully, help alleviate the stress.

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Choose your weapon (wisely)

If you’re an avid stand up paddle boarder then chances are you’ll have a quiver of boards and paddles in your arsenal. You could be the type of SUPer who loves waves AND flat water or you could have chosen to specialise. Your kit will no doubt reflect this.

To continue reading their sound advice CLICK HERE where you will be transported via the world wide web to their full article.

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