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HydroForce WaveEdge Inflatable Stand Up Paddleboard SUP 10'2"
|Price:||$239.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Two modeled side fins and one removable middle fin for directional stability
- Drop stitch material provides unparalleled strength and durability
- Anti-slip traction pad
- Measures: 122" x 27" x 4"
- Comes with inflation pump, aluminum oar, pressure gauge and travel bag
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|Item Dimensions||17.32 x 10.24 x 32.68 inches|
|Shipping Weight||16.89 pounds|
|Size||122" x 27" x 4" Wave Edge|
|Weight Capacity Maximum||220 pounds|
This easy-to-paddle flat water and light surf SUP is suitable for beginner and intermediate paddlers up to 220 lbs. The built-in carry handle allows for easy transport. It's the perfect board for touring and exploring local waterways.
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Fast forward about 3 weeks: now its Sunday and I'm finally able to take the board out on real water. Off we go. On arrival, I remember to attach the rear center fin before inflating. Then I ask my husband to time how long it will take me to inflate. At almost 10psi, the inflate nozzle pops off and ALLLLLLL the air comes hissing out. SO..we try again, this time getting all the way to 12psi. I pull of the inflate coupling and ALLL the air hisses out AGAIN! arrrrggg!!! My husband decides to look at the instructions...which I'm happy I brought along. (actually, after opening the box, I copied the page and laminated it, and put it in the bag - my OCD came in handy that day) Turns out I had left the screw-valve in the OPEN (deflate)position. Sheesh, dummy! So once we screwed it down, inflated for the THIRD time, with great hesitation I removed the inflate nozzle and VIOLA all was well! All in all, that took a total of I think 20mins. Probably took about 5-8 minutes of unhurried pumping to get the board up to proper psi. But I think I would like a better pump. Off the the water! I tote the board down to the shore with no difficulty except the wind.
(foreshadowing here). Attach my leash (NOT included) and I go paddling off on my knees. The day was somewhat windy and Gulf was choppy (in my mind I'm thinking "3-foot seas" like they sometimes say in the weather report but my husband said it was merely choppy. Then again, he was on the shore.) I find it too choppy to stand up so i head downwind to a little calm cove, where I finally stand. Where I become a sail. OK, long story shorter, I cannot get back to my launch site - and as I am trying to, I notice nobody else is paddle-boarding or kayaking today. Hmm. I end up back at a little beach around the cove and I hop out and tote my board back to where we inflated it. Upshot: this board is so light and pretty easy to carry. The final report is that this board performed as well as could be expected. I picked a day to try it out that was far too windy and choppy to get a really good feel for its maneuverability, but it seemed fine. Since I have rented boards for $250 for 5 days on vacation previously, if I can get this board to last thru my vacation week, then it will have paid for itself. (PS-the local board rental guy had closed down that day; too windy to rent boards and kayaks.)
There's my review - i hope it helps someone. I'm looking forward to trying this board again soon; if I have any newsflashes I'll edit and update my review.
UPDATE/EDIT: In the two years I have had this board, I have taken it out about 4 or 5 times. For some reason, I was unable to get it to 12psi with the included pump so I have upgraded to a different pump, although I had to rig up a bit of a contraption because the new Bravo pump Helkey (Halkey? )inflation valve did not seat in the HydroForce valve properly. I enjoy this board very much, but I really need to add a bungee cord attachment so I can bring a cooler or water bottle. (mine did not come with d-rings or bungee option when purchased 2 yeqars ago.) This board is only 4" thick and 27" wide which makes it more challenging to learn on but once you get past that learning curve, no problem. I have also used a BOTE 12' rigid board that was quite nice, but not one-thousand dollars worth of nice, not to mention that its a pain to carry, transport, and store. I have also tried a BOTE inflatable board and honestly, there is not a whole bunch difference between that and my HydroForce. Like I said, the HydroForce is harder to ride, but only slightly. Now that I have all this extra experience with a few different boards, I can honestly say if you want to try a board, this might be the board for you. I will add however, that this board, because of its short length and width, is slower to paddle. I may someday upgrade to a longer, wider and thicker board to accommodate my advancing age and ability.
UPDATE July 2017: Just rode this board two days in a row in a Bayside area. Inflates, totes, rides just as well as the day I bought it. I have a lot of fun on this board! Remember to upgrade your pump! And here is a SUPER helpful hint to anyone having trouble inflating board to last 2 psi...use half-pumps, don't try to get a full pump stroke going, smaller increases of air get the board to proper psi. You're welcome. If you have read this far, that one piece of advice was worth it. And this comes from a 52 y/o woman. Enjoy the water!
no one could believe something so convenient and inexpensive could be of that quality
but it is
by next summer Ishould be a pro, a little slow this year since the ocean where I most used it was very choppy this year
I went out and bought a two paddle oar and when the water was to rough I just sat down on it and paddled around
like it was a kayak