WHAT TO WEAR
Similar to other water sports, one of the best things about paddle board is that you can do it year-round, no matter the season. It is not because you purchased airfare tickets for paddling somewhere, but because you can head out in the right dress regardless of your destination in all four seasons.
All you have to do is bring appropriate clothing for the current conditions, which are covered below.
Every season guide for paddle board
No seasons. All seasons…
One thing to remember regardless of the season is your layer option. If you have a dry bag or something, you can store your layers and put them together. Remember the time of the day you start and finish can make a big difference to wear.
For example, in summer, mornings and evenings may differ markedly from your daily comfort level. And remember the time of day you will start and finish and note that you should still lie.
Warm months. All months…
At this time of year, it’s easy to feel called to the water. The light shines. The atmosphere is dry. Falling in is not even an issue. You might really choose to fall in yourself. Since paddleboarding means an occasional dip in the water in the summer months next to your board, you will most probably need the typical water sports attire.
A thin breathable surface is ideal as it can protect you against sunlight and allow you to remain cool. A bathing suit of your choosing, of course, so that you can dive in and have fun with the cold. And since you have the space for them on board even if you want to swim, you might want to bring a hat and sunglasses with you.
Not only for style but also for sun safety. It’s easy to spend a whole day out in the water when you do something like inflatable paddle boards, so do not forget your sunscreen regardless of what you wear.
Cold months. All months…
Although the water itself may seem less inviting, the open sea is not a less beautiful season of the year. You are happy to change your leaves in the autumn, and in winter you can paddle in the snow. But if you want to enjoy an inflatable paddle board at this time of year, you want the right costume to keep you warm.
Although your normal cold-weather layers may tempt you to just bundle, it’s a risky decision for paddleboarding.
You still risk dropping in whether you’re a pro or a beginner. It can be uncomfortable to get wet when the weather is warm, but when it is cold, it can be dangerous. Not only will it be difficult to swim in thick clothing into cold water, but things will get worse if you finally get back on your board.
Sure you are out of the sea, but now you’re damp and exposed to the breeze. That’s why we encourage you to find a wetsuit. In any environment below 50 degrees, they are an absolute must.
Cold Weather suitability (wetsuits)
Wetsuits give thermal insulation comfort. The insulation is proportional to the thickness of the wetsuit. The colder the environment, the thicker the wetsuit you like. These range from 1 mm to 6 mm in thickness, so that the correct winter begins at 4 mm.
Wetsuits are used in a number of watersports in various shapes and sizes. Nonetheless, since we primarily concentrate on their warmth use it is best to pick a complete fit rather than one of the other alternatives.
You would also want to pick up a couple of boots and gloves at this temperature. Compared to the shoes, the thickness of the boots ranges (1 mm-7 mm). The thickness of the gloves varies from 1 mm to 6 mm. The same rule applies, the colder the weather, the thicker the material you want.
Best Dressed. Fine Dressed…
For those of you who have more hardiness standing up paddle boards, this may seem overcrowded, but with the right attraction (or at least packaging), you can sit on the water longer and more comfortably. Warm or cold, rain or sunlight may lead to a more enjoyable day.