Woed® SUP Board

Description

Length: 3350mm (3.35m)
Width: 840mm (84cm)
Thickness: 150mm (15cm)
Volume: 290 liters
User weight : up to 200 kg
Weight: 15 kg
Pressure: 12 – 15 psi

 

Parts

2+1 finning system
Aluminum paddle
Backpack
Hand pump with double action
Leash
Repair kit

CAUTION!

This product is made especially for you, therefore this product has a delivery time of +/- 3 weeks!

599.95 Incl. Btw

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The one and only SUP board from Woed. Top quality which you have come to expect from us!
The board has a wood look finish, which makes the design unique.
Also, the board is good long and wide, which makes you not fall over so easily.

Also, the fins can be detached, which is very safe when transporting.

The SUP board comes in a backpack with everything you need. Pads, pump, loose fins, belt and so on.

SUP Board Specifications:
Length: 335cm Width: 83.8cm Thickness 15cm
Max weight person: 200 kilo
Content: 290liter

SUPPING

Paddle surfing (also called supping or stand-up paddleboarding) is a water sport that evolved from surfing. Paddle surfers stand on a SUP board, a type of surfboard, and move forward by using a paddle. The sport is considered a full-body workout, but it can also be very relaxing.

History

The modern form of paddle surfing originated in Hawaii in the 20th century. However, standing on a board where one moves forward with a paddle has been around for thousands of years. Surfer Laird Hamilton defined and modernized paddle surfing as a sport in the 1990s.

In 2012, the first World Paddle Surfing Championship was organized by the International Surfing Association.

Equipment

Most surfboards, also called SUP boards, that are used are between 3 and 4.5 meters long. Surfboards vary in size, this is expressed in liters. Wider boards give better stability and are also used to practice yoga or sport fishing.

Paddle surfing involves the use of a paddle with which the user propels himself and the surfboard across the water. The paddle has a blade, a handle, and a grip, and in an ideal case is about 20 to 40 centimeters longer than the user. The paddle can be made of wood, plastic or aluminum and is floating.

A lanyard is used to connect the user to the board so it does not float away from the user should they fall off. The cord is attached to the surfer’s ankle or calf.

 

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