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April 01, 2013


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For better shredders? hee hee.

Hey, I have a real question though. One of my kayaker friends is looking into SUP for excercise & asked me if I had any recommendations as far as brands. I don't but I thought you & people who read this blog might.

Possibly useful details: He's a big guy, very tall. He's a very good kayaker. He's leaning more towards flatwater than surfing.

Any suggestions?

Bonnie, his weight and paddling locales, as well as "leaning" vs "exclusively" re flat water, are key questions. I will contact you directly for folo.

Thanks, Michael, that was great. Have sent it on to Bob.

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