SUP’n with SeaDek
So Cal SC Wake Expanding the Knowledge of SeaDek in the West Coast!
A San Diego Girl and her Dingo
Summer came early in Sunny San Diego and brought beautiful weather and sunshine. Stand UP Paddle Board season has already began, especially for tourists coming to Southern California escaping the cold weather back home. The SUP Connection located in Point Loma, San Diego is now open for the weekends and already taking adventure seekers out on the water. The SUP Connection’s Operational Manager & Certified SUP Instructor Samantha and her Dingo Jack, also owner of SUP Pups San Diego, are receiving calls left and right to teach Dog Lovers with the help of experts from https://www.phoenixk9trainers.com/ how to Stand Up Paddle Board with their pup!
The duo not only teaches the basics of how to stand up paddle board, but how to be Safe on the board with both human and pup. With their Custom SeaDek SUP Traction deck pad by SC Wake, Samantha and Jack are able to experience the sport with confidence and satisfaction. There are many doggy daycare near me, so that they can also rest accordingly and come back for more. The Non-skid closed cell EVA Bahama over White foam is perfect for their 9’6 Killer Stand Up Paddle Board. The Micro-dot surface adds a cushion to the entire board where Jack the Dingo can enjoy the ride with ease in the San Diego Bay. With sudden movements or wakes, he is able to stand strong with mom and show others how it is done. SeaDek is also strong and durable, showing no signs up wear or tear from Jacks nails or the hit of a paddle. The peel and stick SeaDek pad has not lifted or ripped all season long in 2015. As you can see, SeaDek does not absorb the sand or dirt, so the Baby Bahama Blue deck stays bright and beautiful.
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Captain Jack, top dog with SUP Pups Your Stand Up Paddle Board Deserves SeaDek