These days stand-up paddleboards can be found almost everywhere. The knock, however, has always been the difficulty in taking them anywhere else. Enter the iSUP. Thanks to ultrarigid materials, iSUP boards can perform nearly as well as their stiffer counterparts, and they are much easier to transport and stow—especially aboard a boat. Take a

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