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Topic: SUP boards
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plus zero

3/19/2017 7:07:44 AM
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Jan 2009
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SUP boards

Summer is coming I want to purchase SUP board but quite a few options I don't know if an inflatable ones are best versus hard boards. I do not know about the length and width of the boards is best. So any of you purchased one and didn't like your choice then you bought another one if so what was the reason you didn't like your 1st choice: was it comfort, length, or width, material of the boards.  
I am not looking a SUP for surfing or racing purposes. At the moment not sure where I will use most of the time.

Dreamer67

3/19/2017 1:47:06 PM
Member since:
Aug 2009
Total posts:28
Rent them first

You can rent these from Jo-Brook and try them out before you buy. I think everyone will have their own preference and when you are spending that amount of money it's important to find the right one.

TJF

3/19/2017 1:57:09 PM
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Mar 2008
Total posts:218
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Stream and wood had demo nights last year on Monday evenings. Could check with them, great to deal with!!

plus zero

3/24/2017 5:14:32 PM
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Jan 2009
Total posts:1101
not helping

I wanted to hear from people's experience, their opinions not if or where to rent one

mighty

3/24/2017 5:39:33 PM
Member since:
Mar 2017
Total posts:12
My experience

  
1 chance said "I wanted to hear from people's experience, their opinions not if or where to rent one "

Was to rent different boards till i found one that suited me best. One board may work well for one person but not another. The best part was the advice and opinions and experience people gave to me about where to rent them before i purchased one.

 
 
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