Biologists estimate that water makes up 65% of the human body, 71% of the planet’s surface, and 0% of the R & B group Earth, Wind & Fire. Conquer the planet’s most prevalent liquid with today’s Groupon to Wet Mitten Surf Shop. This Groupon is valid at the Grand Haven and Traverse City locations. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a 24-hour stand-up paddle board rental (a $60 value).
- For $50, you get two 24-hour stand-up paddle board rentals (a $120 value).<p>
Groupon customers also get $100 off any $500 in-store purchase or $200 off any $1,000 in-store purchase made before December 25.
The friendly, knowledgeable staff of outdoors enthusiasts at Wet Mitten Surf Shop happily outfits aquatic adventurers with top-shelf gear. Like tugging a loaded barge with one’s teeth, stand-up paddle boarding promises both effective waterborne travel and an invigorating full-body workout as it builds muscles and burns calories as riders paddle over Michigan’s many board-friendly lakes and rivers. After hours of navigating the waves atop a buoyant board, renters looking to make stand-up paddle boarding a more permanent fixture in their schedules can peruse Wet Mitten Surf Shop’s arsenal of high-end racing and recreational boards from brands such as Naish ($1,300–$2,100) NSP ($900–$1,000), and Jimmy Lewis ($1,500–$1,799). Wet Mitten also arms customers for a bevy of outside activities and family-reunion gauntlets with adrenaline-powered items such as HQ power kites ($165–$449) and Kahuna skateboards ($150–$170).
Wet Mitten Surf Shop
The staffers at Wet Mitten Surf Shop know their trade. Not only do they keep the shop stocked with an impressive array of boards—proffering standup paddleboards, surfboard, kiteboards, and longboards alike—they also lead lessons to get surfing rookies on their feet. During standup-paddleboarding or kiteboarding lessons, instructors introduce newcomers to Michigan’s surfing scene, or allow them to test the waters themselves with a board rental—the cost of which can be used toward the later purchase of a board.