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  SUP/SOT hybrids
  Posted by: jdb on Apr-25-12 12:04 PM (EST)
 

Welcome to pnet SUPers! I'm kinda of an on-again, off-again poster, mostly on canoe stuff. But I got a question that's been nawing on me for a while. I see those Liquid Logic SUP/SOT hybrid things at one of the local paddling shops. What's the SUP community opinion of those craft? Have decent for basic SUPing or are they straight garbage?

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  Ocean Kayak makes some too
  Posted by: FrankNC on May-21-12 7:58 AM (EST)
-- Last Updated: Sep-06-12 9:36 PM EST --

They make an 11 and a 12.5 footer. Soon I think someone will be making a stand up canoe. Same workout, lots of versatility, but not so good at surfing.

I'm debating between an OK Nalu 12.5 or a canoe.

 
 
  depends on goals
  Posted by: angstrom on May-21-12 9:24 AM (EST)
-- Last Updated: May-21-12 3:08 PM EST --

They're probably ok, but one thing I don't like about the rotomolded boards is the weight. It seems to me that you're loosing one of the advantages of a board if it weighs as much as a plastic kayak.

But there are lots of ways to have fun. I've poled and "paddled" my canoe with a homemade pole while standing up, and just ordered a SUP paddle for use in the canoe.

 

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