Jimmy Styks – Paddleboarding for All Levels of Experience

Consumer Update

If you’re still penciling in vacations, be sure to put paddleboarding on your list of water activities.

Paddleboarding provides a relaxing variant to surfing where the rider uses a paddle to travel through water instead of waiting for a wave to ride.

And whether you’re seeking an adventure, be an explorer of the depths or are just a regular outdoor enthusiast, paddle boarding is made just for you!

Launched in 2009, Jimmy Styks made it a goal to make paddle boarding accessible for nearly everyone.

Jimmy Styks’ boards span all levels of experience from the beginner to the advanced. And what’s more is that they’re affordable! When you land on their site, you’ll see so many different styles of boards such as inflatable, Ironhide, soft, and epoxy. The most popular, however, is the inflatable board.

Every board comes with everything you need to hit the water including a safety leash, paddle, and a board bag to travel to and from the water. With cost-efficient prices on killer boards aimed at making paddle boarding more accessible, they’re making it possible for adventure for everyone.

In addition, you can find accessories on the Jimmy Styks website such as:

  • Dual action High-Pressure Pump
  • Carbon Fiber Adjustable Paddle
  • 10′ Coiled Leash
  • Carbon Fiber Adjustable Travel Paddle
  • And more

Head over to jimmystyks.com to peruse their inventory today.

 

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