SUP Board Leashes
Stay Safe By Attaching Yourself To Your Paddle Board With A SUP Leash!
One of the most dangerous things can be losing your paddleboard after a fall and ending up stranded in open water. In a best-case scenario, you are minorly inconvenienced and forced to frantically swim after your board, retrieve it, and climb back on.
But in a worst-case scenario, you can fall off your paddle board (or SUP) and lose it within seconds. You’re then left to float and hope you can swim to shore - which is a very dangerous position to be in. Depending on the length of your excursion, you could be miles from safety.
That’s why you need to invest in your safety and buy a SUP leash today at Outdoorplay. These stand up paddle board leashes attach to your wrist or ankle, and then to your board. In the event of a fall, you’re able to just pull your SUP back in and climb aboard again. We aren’t exaggerating when we say that a SUP leash could save your life in turbulent or windy conditions!
Why We’re The #1 Place To Buy Stand Up Paddle Board Leashes Online
We mean it when we say we’re the #1 place to buy stand up paddle board leashes online. With decades of experience, you can trust that we’ve curated the safest, highest-quality SUP leashes available for you. And the best part is that we also offer the lowest prices you’ll find. And if you do happen to come across a lower price, we’ll match it.
And with a money-back guarantee*, you can shop today in confidence knowing your purchase is backed up. Should you be less than satisfied with your order, we’ll make it right for you.
We love paddling, and we’re here to help others enjoy it with the right products and know-how. If you need help picking a product or want a more in-depth understanding of how to use it, reach out! We’re available 7 days a week via phone, email, or chat.
How To Choose Your Stand Up Paddle Board Leash Correctly
The most common question we get about these is how long they should be. In general, it should be approximately 1’ (one foot) longer than your board. This is short enough for the board to be easily within reach but long enough to give you time to avoid being bumped in the head when you fall off.
Another common question is whether you should use a coiled or straight leash. This depends on the type of paddling you do. A coiled leash won’t drag in the water, which is great if you’re paddling a long distance. But when on the ocean or a river, the coiled leash can become tangled in white water.
Straight leashes are a great choice for beginners and are preferred by some SUP traditionalists. They are easy to use and serve the purpose of keeping you close to the board and the board close to you.
Find Everything Else You Need To Go Along With Your New SUP Leash!
Along with these stand up paddle board leashes, we’ve got you covered with all the other SUP accessories you need. Some of our most popular collections include:
We even sell standup paddle boards themselves if you’re looking to upgrade! Outdoorplay is your one-stop-shop for all things outdoor adventure - browse around and see what else we have to offer!