Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Boards Market 2020 Brief Analysis by Top Companies- BIC Sport, Naish, Red Paddle, Starboard, Tower

January 19, 2020 Verified Market Research Applied Sciences, Biology, Environment, Geology, Medicine and health, Other, Paleontology, Psychology, Space and astronomy 0 New Jersey, United States, – The recent report added by Verified Market Research gives a detailed account of the drivers and restraints in the Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Boards Market. The research report, titled [Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Boards Market Research Report 2020] presents a comprehensive take on the overall market. Analysts have carefully evaluated the milestones achieved by the global Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Boards market and the current trends that are likely to shape its future. Primary and secondary research methodologies have been used to put together an exhaustive report on the subject. Analysts have offered unbiased outlook on the global Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Boards market to guide clients toward a well-informed business decision. Global Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Boards Market was valued at USD 2.43 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 5.05 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 9.6% from 2019 to 2026. Request a Sample Copy of this report @

In the Central District, an indigenous kayak builder and photojournalist finds a workshop and a home

In late March, when Seattle-based photojournalist Kiliii Yuyan was looking for muskox in Kotzebue, Alaska, he nearly fell through the ice, which had warmed along with the climate. Just days later, a group of locals fell through the ice and died. In June, while trying to find gyrfalcons, he had to wear shorts during unheard-of temperatures on the Tundra.  A couple of weeks later, he was faced with record flooding while camping in the Brooks Range of Alaska. Yuyan, who is Nanai (Siberian Native) and Chinese-American, has reported on social justice Indigenous issues for years. But this was the year, he says, where climate change was “in the background of every single story.” When Yuyan is not in Alaska or the Arctic Circle reporting and taking photos for National Geographic, Bloomberg, or CNN, he calls Seattle home. And when he’s not out on reporting trips, he builds skin-on-frame kayaks in his loft in the Central District, near The Bikery. His company, Seawolf Kayak, sells them and offers boat-building trips where participants learn about what it means to build a kayak through methods Indigenous communities have honed for centuries. SUBSCRIBE TO CHS:  Appreciate CHS’s breaki...