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NSP NSP 11'6 photo4 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: sjh on 2014-03-28
Summary: I love my board. the stability makes me feel safe. It is fun to take my grandaughter along for a ride on front with face in water and her snorkle and mask she sees everything underwater. I really enjoyed touring the little islands in the lower keys and what a great workout in the wind!

Pros: love the stability. has never flipped in wind. can take passenger on front if i want
Cons: a little difficult with size and weight, loading on top of an suv and carrying it if I have any distance to water
Usage: in the florida keys , mostly flat water for exercise and touring



5 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: mikeb2353 on 2014-03-20
Summary: A larger all-purpose board that is a joy on flatwater and is quite capable in chop and waves. My board has been used by a number of beginners and is a good board for introducing large people and kids to SUP. It's durable, so you don't need to worry about beginners dinging it. Works well for me and my dog.

Pros: Tough, durable board. Large padded surface for your feet. Capable of supporting large people and is pretty efficient for the width.
Cons: No cons. I may buy a longer faster board someday.
Usage: Touring, exercise.



5 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: Rev.Robert Thomas DiGiacomo Jr on 2014-03-20
Summary: Let's start out with, this board is awesome. I've had by NSP 11'6 now for three years. I'm out on it 3 to 4 times a week between April and October, for mostly touring and exercise. This board floats me fine I am 6'4" tall and my weight fluctuates between 250 and 300 and I have no problem carrying this board or mounting it to the top of my car.

Pros: Stability, thickness, length and padding
Cons: Can't really think of anything bad about this board
Usage: Touring and exercise



5 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: ph on 2013-05-08
Summary: AVID kayaker 5 necky. dolphins ,1 C.D. extreme kevlar kayak. Just got into SUP paddling ,summer of 2012. I'm 55,6ft & weigh 220... wow what a great workout & what a great. board .....from beginners to intermediates & large folk this board will bring you miles of fun.... .just bought NSP 14 ft cocommat racer for longer distances.

Pros: Stability ,user beginner to intermediate. Price & durability very good in comparison ,takes a hit & keeps going . Its a big board but quite menueverble ...pivot turns sweeps, ect
Cons: Its large size ,good for somethings bad for straight tracking. ,esp in adverse condition severe wind & chop...flat piece of cake...
Usage: I use for exercise ,great wholebody workout got a 12. pack gonna make it a 6 pack soon. Done a lot of touring. 3-4 ml , most 9 mile tour .Surfed a few times small waves off of sandbars , what a blast looking foward to bigger waves



5 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: AG on 2013-01-01
Summary: Had this board since July and got out 30 or 40 times so far, mostly on fairly calm ocean. Well made, good finish,reasonable weight for it's size. At 220L it will float anybody but still handles well. Stable and easy to paddle, I haven't fallen off yet. For my size (220)it was a perfect choice. My wife got the 10'2" and loves it. I would buy this again.

Pros: Well Made Super stable and floaty
Cons: Nothing really
Usage: Ocean touring near our home. 3 to 5 miles at a time.



4 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: LS on 2012-08-22
Summary: Nice board, good all around for all in the family.

Pros: Able to take a hit, nice clean glide.
Cons: Big as a Barn
Usage: touring















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