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HOME arrow GEAR INSIGHTS arrow What Can Help Me Carry My Stand Up Paddle Board?
What Can Help Me Carry My Stand Up Paddle Board? PDF Print E-mail
By: Stand Up Paddle Surfing Magazine   
Sunday, 11 January 2009
    Carrying your board from the house to the car to the beach can seem like a daunting task with a board twice as tall as you are and so wide you can barely fit your arm around it. So far, it hasn’t stopped stand up paddlers around the world from getting to the water . . . and it never will. However, if you’re interested in finding a way to make your board transportation just a little bit easier, this article is for you. Let’s have a look at some of the latest stand up paddleboard transport products.

 

   The Big Board Schlepper is one of the more popular over the shoulder carriers built to keep you board off the ground while you walk. With big, thick slabs of Velcro, you can set the width of your Schlepper. This product features little straps to hold you paddle while you walk round this board carrier device. You can find yours a www.bettersurfthansorry.com. A similar sling is also available at www.northshoreinc.com.

   The Mule Transport Systems board caddy is another possibility for toting your board around. The Mule quickly adds a set of heavy duty wheels to the back of your board. You can then attach the Mule to a bicycle seat for that ride to the beach, or you can leave it to hold it in your hand and quickly roll your boards to the beach. The whole thing dissembles quickly and easily into some webbing, two wheels and an axle. More at www.muletransportsystems.com.

   Quiver Kaddy has high quality board transport systems for stand up paddlers looking for a durable solution for board transport. With an upgrade kit, the Quiver Kaddy can hold 3 stand up paddle boards along with all your beach gear and some cold drinks. This carrier is built with high strength frame that is built to last. Attach this trolley to your bike and add the optional fishing pole holder for a long day on the water. Check it out at www.QuiverKaddy.com.

   The Big Hook was designed specifically for stand up paddle surfboards and is a n easy way to get your board from the car to the water and back. The Big Hook is built with lightweight tubing covered with a protective sheath. This is one of the quickest and easiest ways to move your board around without wheels and without straps and clips. Photos and info at www.thebighookhawaii.com.

   If you know of any other stand up paddle board carriers on the market today, send us an email at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or simply add it to the article by registering/login below and adding your comment to the article. Wishing you safety and fun on the water.

feed11 Comments
Grant
May 10, 2013
64.134.221.253

www.supthinktank.com
LiftSUP handle, hands down the best thing I've ever come across for anyone wanting to carry and board in one hand and your gear/ paddle in the other. Worth checking out.

Kyle Jax
June 21, 2012
68.4.243.20

When you are trying to solve the problem of carrying your SUP to the waters edge there are multiple contributing factors to this problem. The main factor that causes the most issues with individuals is the weight. The second factor is finding a way to carry the paddle while trying to carry your board at the same time.
The third factor is ease of use. The most natural way to carry any type of board is under your arm and if you can pair that ease of use while eliminating the issues of weight and paddle transport you have a brilliantly engineered product.

That product is the JAX TRAILER http://www.jax-trailer.com/

Alan
September 22, 2011
173.21.5.0

Better late that never. For those of you that don't want to actually carry the weight of the stand up paddle board there is SUP Wheels™.

Easy, simple and works in the sand.

www.youtube.com/user/supwheels
www.supwheels.com
www.facebook.com/supwheels

Multi board solution coming.

shavit
August 12, 2011
84.94.49.241

here is my idea

simple and efficient to carry

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhsNV-K0rOU

Jimmy Ryan
August 04, 2011
98.231.36.50

My waterman equipment trailer is exactly what I need for my favorite times.Weather I am taking my longboard out for some time on the nose,or launching my kayak thru the surf to catch redfish and whitting for dinner this thing makes so hastle free.No strapping equipment on the top of my s.u.v.No parking issues,I just pick pick my water vechicle and go.Next purchase a stand up board.Dont tell the wife.Thanks Kevin V.

shavit
August 02, 2011
109.65.44.4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhsNV-K0rOU


watch this its might help

Kevin Varnadoe
March 06, 2011
76.31.45.85

The W.E.T.(Waterman Equipment Trailer) is a light weight aluminum trailer for carrying SUP's kayaks & surfboards. It is designed to be towed by a bicycle and is easily detached to roll into the water to make launching easy.
Please check out the photos at watermanequipment.com

luv2surf
February 02, 2010
69.245.221.184

i love my barKnuckle!! i'm short and so are my arms so its really difficult for me to carry my board down to the water so the barknuckle really helps! also, i saw a video on your website using a barknuckle...how did you make that video? and what kind of camera did you use?

thanks!

Cory Sargent
August 25, 2009
69.245.221.184

Hi,
thanks for putting up mu comment. If you can believe it I forgot to include out address, www.barknuckle.com

will you include this for me please?
Thanks again and sorry for being a pain.
Sincerely,
Cory Sargent
BOARD BARKNUCKLE L.L.C.

Cory Sargent
August 23, 2009
69.245.221.184

Can you think of a happier creature than the lowly barnacle? These clingy little “reef potatos” enjoy a life of simply sucking and waiting for food to flow in. If only our lives could be so easy…. Now it is, Standup Paddleboarders have harnessed the suckiness of the BarKnuckle™ for good. The BarKnuckle™ is How to Carry Your Standup Paddle Board!™ Nothing is faster or easier. Simply place your BarKnuckle™ on the bottom of your SUP, flip the heavy duty suction levers down, clip that precious wave spanker in place and finally no more awkwardness while hauling your oversized behemoth of a SUP and paddle. Grab you SUP and paddle with one hand or use included shoulder strap and say “look ma, no hands!” Now both hands are freed up to tweet, slather your face with SPF-900, use your binoculars, whatever. No tools necessary and it comes off just as easily. No worries, the BarKnuckle™ sucks hard but will never leave a hickey. This new Barknuckle™ isn’t done once it gets to your favorite spot either, it loves to go for rides. Suck the BarKnuckle™ to the surface of your board and It becomes an instant place to secure everything you’ll ever need on that board. Going for the long haul paddle? Bring along a yummy lunch, six pack, heck… even your CB (ok, maybe just your cell phone). Fishing from your SUP is a blast and now with the BarKnuckle™ lending a hand you’ll never have to worry about where to put your tackle or your stringer full of crappie. The BarKnuckle™ is a camera hound too so however you decide to let him help out, be sure to take photos cause’ we love to see how he gets in the action

Lutefisk1
July 01, 2009
86.136.27.129

You may also be interested in the Curve SUP sling, which is available in the US, UK and NZ.

For UK SUP'ers, go to www.thainleisure.com, for the US and NZ, go to www.curvesurf.com.


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