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April 14, 2014


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I was barely at this session due to taking an epic pummeling and bagging it after a couple of waves.

I will be at the next session I'm planning on not to turning up to.

Curious what sup boards are people using ? What is a decent SUP, for doing SUP, windSUP, and the ocassional trainer/beginner WS board?

(Looking for a WS board to teach the kiddies on....as well as SUP/windSUP for myself.)


Frank there are quite a few. In our neck of the woods many of us like the Fanatic AllWave. Naish has some nice boards as well. Note that for windsurfing, SUP boards are not great learning boards for adults...they aren't that wide. You can certainly put children on them though.

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