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Somewhere between kayaking and surfing exists a whole new pseudo sport known as stand up paddleboarding. While it will certainly end up in the Olympics with bags (cornhole for the purists) by the year 2020, for now it seems like more an aquatic activity. We don’t have a problem with that because the concept is relatively simple: kneel on board, paddle away from shore, pop up to your feet, appear to walk on water. If appearing like a floating Venetian gondola driver is something you think you might enjoy, Tower Paddle Boards is the name to beat in equipment. Take their Tower Fit 9’10” model for instance. This board is specifically built for paddleboarding so it has more floatation, more stability and it’s lighter. The five fin board is easy to carry thanks to the built in handle – which means it won’t be hard for you to get this bad boy to the beach. You may be doing exactly that sooner than you think…

GIVEAWAY:
Contest Closed! Congrats to Mike Wageman.

Tower Paddle Boards has given us one $600 Tower Fit 9’10” stand up paddleboard to giveaway to a lucky reader that lives in the continental US. To enter….

1. Like us on Facebook
2. Come up with a water related saying of your own and post it here on Facebook.  Surf’s up! Cowabunga! Tubular! Gnarly! These are just a few of the ones that come to mind for us, but we’re not eligible. Come up with your own, post it here and you could be walking on water with this Tower Fit Stand Up Paddleboard. Not on Facebook? Leave a comment below to be entered.

We’ll pick a winner on 8/18 – good luck.

Check out Tower Paddle Boards to see their full line of stand up paddle boards.

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Whether you’re trying to refine your archery skills or just get a leg up on the competition when it comes to office warfare, the BB Sniper mini crossbow from Uncommon Carry will fit the bill. Handmade out of stainless steel and equipped with a self-loading chamber, the BB Sniper is designed to hurl projectiles like toothpicks or mini BBs with surprising accuracy at a range of about 30-50 feet. Make sure to schedule some time for target practice because this addictive little crossbow can do some damage. Have fun, but avoid the sensitive areas.