SUP

STANDUP PADDLE BOARDS

The main design consideration for the Standup Paddle Board revolves around a compromise between stability and performance. Basically, if you are always falling off your board, or concentrating on staying upright, you’ll definitely be missing out on a lot of what you’re really out on the water for… i.e. enjoyment!

Your SUP board represents the interface between you and the water. Regardless whether you SUP in the ocean, streams, or flat water.. you are wanting to feel an affinity with the moving, flowing and ever changing environment beneath you. The better your board translates this environment to you with a minimum of disturbance to your balance, the better you will be able to hone your water-skills… and the bigger the smile on your face at the end of the day!!

Excursion Standup Paddle Board

Excursion Standup Paddle Board

Excursion SUP
Features:

  • full nose and tail
  • very stable
  • can be tailored to suit Beginner & Novice paddlers
  • good Family board
  • fun small wave board

Example size: 10′ long x 30+” wide

 

Progressive Standup Paddle Board

Progressive Standup Paddle Board

Progressive SUP
Features:

  • pulled nose and tail
  • flat or full concave bottom
  • tapered rails
  • thruster, quad, or 4+1 fin set-up
  • hard-core wave board

Fully customized sizes and shapes

 

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SUP Construction methods

Conventional Lamination

Conventional Lamination

Composite Lamination

Composite Lamination

Conventional Lamination: consists of a stringered EPS Blank, with a single 6oz F/G cloth bottom, and a double layer 6oz F/G cloth deck. All hand laminated.

Composite Lamination: handed down from Aerospace technology. Also known as Sandwich Construction, it consists of light EPS core, with high-density PVC sheet-foam vacuum laminated to the core. The sheet foam has a layer of fibreglass cloth next to the core as well as the outside. Resulting in an extra strong, but extra light-weight board.