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Old 10-07-2013, 03:26 PM
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Originally Posted by smslavin View Post
We brought all of our boards (SUP and surf) when we moved. I used to do a lot of long distance open water paddling. Tons o fun. If you'd like to borrow something, let me know. You're more than welcome to them.

My wife and I shared the SUP, 12' long and about 32" wide. Super stable. The girls would sit on the nose while I paddled them around.

I never got around to buying one but the best board I ever test rode was an open ocean board from Ohana. Really really fast once you dialed in your balance. It'd probably be super awesome out on a lake.

Let me know if you've got questions. I used to know a lot of the SoCal based shapers.
Sounds good.

We didn't get to catch up at the meeting but that was one of my topics to ask you about.

I am liking the Boardworks SuperNatural 11'6". Found one for sub 700.00 but gotta go pick it up. My son is standing up on my Hobie 9'6" but it is narrow..

I could put my daughter on the nose, like you mentioned. I am going to need to get 2 though cause the wife will want her own.
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