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Imagine Fit SUP Paddleboard

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$699.99

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Specs

Material: Molded Polyethylene
Hull Shape: Displacement
Fins: Single Fin
Traction Type: EVA Deck Pad
Windsurf: Not Windsurf Compatible
Recommended Use: Fishing, Touring, Beginner, All Around, Flat Water
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Imagine Fit SUP Paddleboard

The  ultimate fitness and touring machine,  the Imagine Fit SUP Paddleboard is all about pushing personal limits.   The uncluttered standing area makes the Fit  suitable for racing, touring, or recreational use. The plum bow and efficient hull design slice through the water with ease for a smooth, consistent glide.   The Full deck EVA pad ,front deck bungee, four carry handles and the snap in race fin are all included, so the board is ready to go right out of the box.  The Fit is constructed using blow-molded polyethylene, which means you can count on years of performance without having to worry about hitting the occasional rock or tossing it on the roof rack.

Key Features of the Imagine Fit SUP Paddleboard 11ft x 30in:
  • Dimensions: 11' X 30" X 8"
  • Load Capacity: 280 lbs
  • Board Weight: 56 lbs
  • Best For: Fitness, Racing, General Recreation
Dimensions
Length 11'
Width (in) 30
Thickness (in) 8
Weight (lbs) 56
Load Capacity (lbs) 280

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Great Board
Love using this board to cruise around the canals and leave on my boat dock. Very durable and surprisingly very fast.
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January 7, 2015
Fort Pierce, FL, US
Age: 45-64
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Intermediate

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The snap in fin came with a screw in the envelope. It was a screw and flat piece of metal. What is that for?
Susan M on Jun 22, 2014
Best Answer: The screw is used to secure the fin into the fin box.
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