Author name: Ermo J

I created Nulltuul to share my experience, research and analysis with other surf enthusiasts out there. If I'm not surfing on my travels - I like to photograph waves, surfers, and the surf lifestyle in general.

How to prevent inflatable paddleboard from blowout?

The inflatable paddleboard, or actually any blow-up/air-filled platform has one major weakness that also happens to be its biggest advantage. Due to the fact that stand up paddleboards made of PVC plastic can fold into a large backpack, and inflated up to 10’6″ x 32″ x 6″ on average at 15PSI – they are always …

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What are the downsides to each SUP type?

Although paddleboards might look similar in their outlook, each of their type is designed for a specific purpose. In this overview – we are going to explain some of the downsides of each SUP type out there. Main SUP types All-around / Touring & Adventure / Yoga & Cruising / Fishing & Expedition / Race & Performance Multi-person / Tandem / Youth & Kids’ / Whitewater & River / Surfing / Kayak SUP / Electric …

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beach cruiser bike

Here’s why you should and shouldn’t buy a cruiser bike

Among the 20 different types of bicycles out there, it’s the cruiser that is the most popular among surfers and paddleboarders. What’s there not to like about a bike that’s mainly built for comfort and ease of use? After all, that’s often what most cyclists are after in a bicycle – to commute freely and …

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SUP Paddleboard vs Kayak vs Canoe

These three seemingly similar recreations – kayaking, canoeing, and paddleboarding, share as much in common as they differ from one another. All of these vessels can be paddled on the waterline for leisure, fishing, touring, fitness, and many other purposes. These watercrafts each have their own unique set of features that make them perform differently. …

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