| Submitted by: pedaler on 2014-11-22
Summary: new to SUP, I knew I wanted a stable board to handle the messy wind and waves of the SF bay, and after trying several boards this one clearly stood out. Pointed bow to pierce the waves, good grip pad under the toes and very stable to ride. Now I live close to a popular rowing lake and have fun trying to keep up with them as they skim by me. I also like having a very visual board (bright yellow), to be seen on the water and as I tow my board to the lake behind my bicycle!
Pros: stable, pointed bow, good hand grip, color
Cons: only gripe I have is it chips easily on the rails from hitting it with the paddle, and after 2 years on it the padding is losing some of its surface
Usage: almost daily for fitness, yoga, getting out for some fresh air, and race it occasionally as I only live less than a mile to the lake, and commute there by bike!
Submitted by: Chad on 2012-11-17
Summary: This is a great board for longer distances
Pros: Fast, Tracks well, and cuts through chop very easily.
Cons: some of my friends have told me it is harder to get back on this board if you fall off.
Usage: Racing, Touring
Submitted by: David Myers on 2012-11-02
Summary: I love this board. Light, great handle, great shape.
Pros: fast, solid board.Great for larger paddlers like me
Cons: dings real easy
Usage: Touring, exercise