Welcome to Glide SUP, where we lovingly manufacture the finest paddleboards in the industry right here in the outdoor mecca of Utah.

 Find out why Glide paddleboards offer the finest construction while leaving the smallest footprint on our delicate environment.  

Whether you need a paddleboard for whitewater, flat water, SUP yoga  or ocean surf, Glide hand crafts a board for you.


Staying Fresh on the Great Lakes

July 25, 2014

 Glide Ambassador Leda Olmsted Surfing The Great Lakes

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San Diego SUP Yoga Retreat

March 14, 2014

SPRING BREAK SAN DIEGO YOGA RETREATWITH STOKED YOGI AND FITQUEENIRENE The words “Spring Break” conjure up images of tan bodies bronzing in the sun, sandy beaches, ice cold drinks, and tropical surroundings. April 18-20, 2014, we invite you to join us for making that vision a reality with a 4 day, 3 night SUP and yoga retreat in sunny San Diego, California. Stoked Yogi has teamed up with Instagram yoga sensation Irene Pappas, better known as @FitQueenIrene, to bring you an incredible, fun-filled weekend of yoga, paddle boarding, spa indulgence, and of course, plenty of handstands! Whether you’re a first time yogi or an advanced practitioner, this weekend will help you dive deeper into your practice while reconnecting with your...

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Dropping the Platte with Alex Mauer

March 03, 2014

Glide Team Athlete Alex Mauer makes navigating the whitewater rapids on a standup paddleboard look like a piece of cake on his Glide Lochsa. 

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December Lochsa surf at Union Chutes

January 02, 2014

Although most of the snow is melted the banks of the river were still lined with ice when we got there. The flow was miniscule but the most that has been offered this winter so far. I just felt lucky to be able to be on the water one step closer to claiming a world record in surfing. The sun was out and warm on my face but the breeze was cold and smelled like the depth of winter. It was after all mid December. Paddling is scarce this time of year in Colorado because most lakes freeze up and river flows come to a halt until the snow melts and starts runoff season!   This is why I started...

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