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There are few things better than relaxing after a long day and having a few drinks with friends. But paddling impaired is dangerous. Take Jeffrey from this video for instance. Jeffrey is a SUP enthusiast, but he also crumbles under peer pressure. When paddling a SUP, safety always comes first. Never paddle impaired. 

Watch the video of Jeffrey below: 

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