Monday, August 5, 2013

OK, so where do I get a board for this?

No point starting with a new board at full retail price. Check the second-hand market. Some SUP riders buy boards too small for them and sell it to buy a bigger one. Some teenagers outgrow there SUPs. So there are quite a few out there.

One place to buy boards in Australia is Seabreeze.com.au
Here is a link to the site and a search of NSW with the boards listed from short to long.
bit.ly/1eoudNG

To find more info on these boards go to the brand's website.
Here are some of them:
Naish
naishsurfing.com/hokua-series
Star Board
star-board-sup.com
PSH
paddlesurfhawaii.com/../8-6-wide-ripper
Laguna Bay
noosasurfworks.com.au/boards/laguna-bay-stand-paddle

Let us know if you know of other makers that make suitable boards.

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So many in the 1770s on their knees

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