Stand up paddling is the fastest growing water sport in the world. From top-of-the-range competition boards to low-cost family boards for fun in the bay, we have it all.
What do the numbers mean: 14x30x6 11x34x6? How do I even get into all this? These numbers are simply measurements and are in feet (30.48cm) and inches (2.54cm), like all nautical equipment. In short, a longer board is faster and holds its course better. A wider board is more stable. Family boards are mostly 32-34 inches (80-85cm) wide. Narrower boards are mostly for cruising or competition. A thickness of 6 inches means 15cm. This is the standard today. You can also find a 12cm thick board. It can work well if it is high quality and you don't have more than 75kg. But if someone offers you a 4 inch (10cm) thick board just run out of the shop - it is only half suitable for a child up to 40kgs.
For more information call +386 41 620 788 or +386 40 867 867. There are a few factors to consider when choosing the right board. Otherwise you might just end up only sitting on your sup board and watch others and wonder why they are more capable. They aren't. There is a sup board for everyone.