Stand-up paddle-boards

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Mini Quad! Our 8′4” x 32” quad fin setup! It’s got enough volume for an experienced 200 lb plus surfer and it’s a fast surfing board. It fills...

Our latest surf/river board is a 9′ 3 x 33 quad fin setup! Its fast, super stable, nose rides and can handle overhead plus surf. Two deck...

The Gerry Lopez model is our more advanced SUP. It has a more traditional shape. A pointed nose with good kick for better penetration when paddling out through the surfline or recovering from a nose dive in whitewater. The tail is...

New lighter version! Our 10 foot stand-up board is the favorite of ULI teamrider, Steamroller. The board is easy to maneuver and perfect for nose rides. Can handle a 265 lbs+ person....

New lighter version! Our 11’0 is our most popular stand-up...

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These are the smallest SUP wave board in the line, available in Bamboo or carbon construction...

These are the smallest SUP wave board in the line, available in Bamboo or carbon construction...

Dedicated for surf, the FISH line has amazing floatation ability combined with a thin rail. We have managed to...

Dedicated for surf, the FISH line has amazing floatation ability combined with a thin rail. We have managed to...

Designed for a hard core user, the EVO 103 soft deck is a proven...

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How to choose this product

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A stand-up paddleboard (SUP) is propelled by a standing rider using single paddle. At three to five meters, this longest of all surfboards can be used to ride even the smallest non-breaking waves. This should not be confused with the paddelboard, propelled by a prone or kneeling rider's arms.

Applications

While their use originated in the world of surfing, paddleboards are increasingly employed for a good workout in the fresh air.

Technologies

For reasons of stability, SUP boards are generally quite long and relatively wide. The upper side is generally covered by an non-slip surface. Rocker (board curvature) depends on type of paddling. Flatwater boards have almost no rocker, whereas whitewater boards are heavily rockered. Some models are equipped with one or several fins.

Most SUP boards are made of composite materials. Other models, heavier but stronger, are of polypropylene or wood. Inflatable models are easy to transport, especially by airplane. Some SUPs can easily be turned into windsurfers. Kayak-like sit-on-top (SOT) models are also available.

How to choose

The wide selection of boards includes high-tech composite models, rugged beginners' versions made of thermoform plastic and beautiful wooden boards for traditionalists. Choice will depend on the sex, age, weight and height of the rider. Other factors include whether the board will be used in flat water or waves, and for competition or recreation.

Advantages

- Easy surfing
- Suitable for excursions

Disadvantages

- Heavy
- Limited maneuverability

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