Category Archive: SUP Blog


We are SUPer Groms – Zane Schweitzer inspiring a new generation of Maui rippers

Zane Schweitzer runs free junior waterman clinics on Maui to help give opportunity & inspire a new generation of water enthusiasts. We are proud to be able to support this initiative.

Jun 25

Bart de Zwart & Joanne Hamilton-Vale both set 24hr SUP world records using MALIKO fin

Congrats to Bart de Zwart & Jo Hamilton-Vale who have set the Stand Up Paddling (SUP) 24 hr Distance World Records both using the MALIKO sup race fin.

Apr 19

The Design & Development of the Sonic SUP Race Fin

How & why did we develop the new SONIC race fin?

Apr 17

HYDRO – New 78 sq in blade for riders 50-70 kg

To cater for paddlers 50-70kg we designed the 78 sq in (small) blade.

Apr 16

SURGE – New 87 sq in blade for riders 80-100 kg

To cater for an even wider range of SUP Surfers we designed the new 87 sq in (large) blade.

Sep 12

SURGE – Re-defining wave paddles

We set out to make a wave specific paddle, aimed at stand up surfers riding on smaller boards.

Sep 10

The Design & Development of the Hydro Race SUP Paddle

The new HYDRO race sup paddle is the culmination of 9 months of R&D on Maui.

Aug 08

The ‘HEX’ Lock System – 3-Piece Travel Paddle

This Epic sets the standard for 3-piece travel SUP paddles.

Feb 03

PURE 50% Carbon Adjustable SUP Paddle Reviewed by Core Adventure Sports

We recently sent some of our SUP paddles to our friends at Core Adventure Sports (TX), owner & coach Dean People sent us his feedback on his new PURE 50% Carbon Adjustable Stand Up Paddle.   First Impression: Straight out of the box the Black Project PURE SUP paddle looks amazing. Stand up paddling is a visual sport, and …

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Jan 03

Core Adventure Sports Review EPIC Pro SUP Paddle

We recently sent some of our SUP paddles and SUP race fins to our friends at Core Adventure Sports (TX), owner & coach Dean People sent us his feedback on his new EPIC Pro SUP paddle. Location & conditions: Lake Ray Hubbard (east of Dallas) Even though it’s a lake you get still get pretty diverse conditions …

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