Flat water SUP
Posted by: lckcpaddler2 on Aug-23-13 12:00 PM (EST)
What is the best flat water SUP? I am looking at possibly getting this one: and wanted to see if anyone on here would recommend it for the flat water or if it should strictly stay in the ocean..
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Posted by: Marshall on Aug-23-13 4:24 PM (EST)
If you're going to be primarily on flat water go with a 14' board if you're 165lbs.+. Definitely more glide per paddle stroke with the longer waterline. Looking for a home for my Tahoe Zephyr 14' Ivory board if your in the vicinity.
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Posted by: mickjetblue on Aug-23-13 7:16 PM (EST)
as the bow should be somewhat sharp for flat water.
Do Canoe-SUP for Flatwater|
Posted by: JeffOYB on Sep-16-13 11:14 AM (EST)
If there isn't wind or waves then your fastest, easiest, best SUP option is to use a canoe. They're already optimized for glide. And cargo. And passengers. Or go C1. Whatever your druthers. The only benefit of a SUP *board* is for surfing and its low windage. Otherwise all benefits -- and they are major -- go to the canoe.
Posted by: Marshall on Dec-24-13 5:34 PM (EST)
SUP - Flat Water Boards|
Posted by: flwaters on Dec-23-13 9:12 PM (EST)
I actually use my old Bic sailboard for a paddleboard. It's wide, stable and hasn't cost me any extra money.
Posted by: riversurfer on Jun-20-14 9:53 AM (EST)
If you want something that is easy to transport and big you wight wanna check out this: http://www.supriversurfer.com/tower-xplorer-stand-up-paddle-board-review/