The ultimate expedition SUP.
This board is designed to carry a lot of weight and has numerous tie-downs for all your gear. Effortless glide, e ...
| Submitted by: MarkyMark on 2012-10-17
Summary: This board rocks! (in a good way) Way stable but fast, long but sleek. I researched extensively, checked every website, every review, hit every store and tried out many boards. This is the board for me; 6', athletic, 220 lbs, surfer/skateboarder. This thing will fly even with kid & dog onboard.
Pros: Stable, fast, way cool looking, yellow really stands out. You can race, cruise, chill, fish or even sleep if inclined- yeah, it's so stable that you have confidence to actually enjoy surroundings instead of worrying about tipping. Faster than anything I've tried to include 10-6, 11-6, 12-6. I went against a race board (the dude smoked me) but I hit decent speed and enjoyed it while he was burnt out. I finally found a board that makes me feel like I'm in Hawaii. Easy to load onto suv roof.
Cons: I'm a surfer so anything over 6 foot seems big to me, every PB is huge to me. Wish it had scratch guard considering I'm a klutz.
Usage: Excels in lakes, rivers, big creeks. Haven't tried ocean or surf yet. Might add a chair/cooler to sit on. From my expereinces, if your going against strong wind - its gonna suck regardless of board. Considering a trolling motor but haven't figured out how just yet.
Submitted by: J.T on 2012-09-30
Summary: Great Board for a bigger man. Stable and can carry a lot of gear. All around I'm very happy for flat water touring.
Pros: Stable, smooth, Great carrying capacity.
Cons: Heavy, a bit of a tug boat going through water.
Usage: touring, exersise
Submitted by: mariners51 on 2012-09-26
Summary: A great board for River camping and exploring of any kind. Holds plenty of gear, is very stable and a true blast to paddle.
Pros: Stability, tie downs, tracking
Cons: Tail fin as come loose several times and needs to be tightened
Usage: river camping and exploring, and recreational lake paddling for exercise