"The board famed for making life easy, just made things even simpler."
This legendary board that opened people's eyes to wide boards and set the ...
| Submitted by: Fairul on 2014-04-05
Summary: I have 2 sup,one starboard another bought from china(aqua marina), even the size of starboard bigger n more wide than aquamarina (11x29), the starboard give wellglide onthe wwater.the moral of story, by a quality sup.
Pros: Well glide
Cons: Having problem once u facing the wind, since it have rocker edge in the front
Usage: Normally, I will hit the water 3x a week for exercise and touring
Submitted by: Ck on 2014-03-31
Summary: Just got my inflatable sup... Can't wait to try it our once the weather warms up
Pros: Has excellent reviews & a great look... Good for lakes, River & yoga
Cons: Not sure yet haven't floated it yet
Usage: I'll use it on lakes, rivers & for yoga
Submitted by: SRN on 2014-03-23
Summary: After growing up in kayaks and windsurfing buying my SUP was a no-brainer. I do have a mast base to attach a windsurfing rig but use the Wopper for paddling, lakes, rivers and the ocean. The Wopper is a wide ride with plenty of stability. It is light enough to carry long distances for remote launches and glides through the water like a hot knife in soft butter.
Pros: I can attach my windsurfing rig.
Cons: It won't fit in my board bag... too wide.
Usage: Not sleek enough for racing... but it's great in the waves and touring.
Submitted by: CLS on 2013-05-28
Summary: This is a great stable board. Well put togher and solid. It is sharp looking yet versatile.
Pros: This is a sharp board that is also durable. It can take a beating and whatever you throw at it. I lost a fin going down some rapids and did not realize it until the end of the 5 hour paddle. It tracked really well and I was able to get another fin quickly and off I went.
Cons: I wish it was a little faster on flat water but that was not what it was designed for.
Usage: I use this board going down river and catching rapids, cruising on a flat water lake and catching some waves at the ocean. I use this board several times a week.
Submitted by: JM on 2013-04-07
Summary: Super great board. got it in the inflatable version for travel (comes in a 70 litre pack, essentially) and love it! was worried about the stiffness but it's almost as stiff as a foam board at 15psi. have bounced it off everything from razor reef to turtles and it keep comin back. a fun board, at 9' shorter than your average and pretty maneuverable even for it's width. makes a stable platform for everything, but i mostly use it for surfing! would recommend this to anyone up to 220 pounds, as a surf sup or a fishing vessel, although it is a big plow-y for cruising. I Live in tofino,B.C. and have a place on Molokai, HI.
Pros: Nimble even for it's width. Stable. Fun to surf. Portable. Stiff.
Cons: maybe not as much rocker as I would like (this is contradictory to that, but,) plows a little when paddling flatwater
Usage: Surfing- lots up to head high and hollow Fishing, spear and reel Chasing whales
Submitted by: dan on 2012-06-21
Summary: super stable, turns great, responsive, light
Pros: light, responsive
Submitted by: Brad Martinson on 2012-06-16
Summary: I'm riding a Whopper AST Silver. I am a longtime surfer and began paddleboarding in waves this spring. The Whopper is very responsive in the surf for a large board and very stable.
Pros: It's a great all around board.Because of the good amount of rocker, it will not nose dive, which is really nice when you are learning.
Cons: There are no cons.
Usage: I use it to surf and to cruise the lake and river,and it is also great for yoga.