This SUP surfboard has the volume to float the big guys. Works well in surfing conditions and flat water. Super light weight Aluminum Stringer Syste ...
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| Submitted by: Marko on 2014-10-13
Summary: Classically shaped big stable board. Fun to use for casual cruising and bigger people or people who want stability that's rock solid. Three fin option is good. This board is light for it's size.
Pros: Three fins, stable, rail guards are durable.
Cons: Soft board can dent even tying onto car. Fins are low quality.
Usage: Good for teaching, program boards, recreation.
Submitted by: KCA on 2014-06-09
Summary: At $800 I am not a fan. I have owned it for a few weeks now. It is made very cheap. it is a thin skin over cheap styro-foam with some alumminum runners. The skin on mine fits loosely and is not very strong. I am sorry to say I wasted my money this Board and I don't think it will not last long. At 800 bucks it is a rip off. It should cost 300 or $400 then I would say yeah got for it. But at $800 DO NOT BUY IT! Spend another 100 bucks and buy better quality. I lost out my mistake.
Cons: Not durable Skin is loose. You can puncture it and if it fills with water it's done.
Usage: on A lake with two young kids that are very hard on equipment.
Submitted by: Pam on 2014-06-02
Summary: Used this board in Carlsbad as a rental. Overall a pretty solid board, stable even in wake from seadoos and ski boats. Texture on deck is easy on the feet, yet very slip-resistant. Took my nephew out for his first time and he had very little difficulty standing and staying up.
Pros: Soft edges prevent damage to boars and paddle, especially good for newbies. Large padded deck area. Stable even in choppy water.
Cons: Definitely not built for speed!
Usage: Exercise, touring
Submitted by: poncho on 2012-09-30
Summary: this broad is breast i love it and i would love to have my friend has one and it is so sick
Pros: its fast probably alot of grip but still sick
Cons: nothing this thing is sick
Usage: surf just surf