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Imagine Surfer SUP Paddleboard

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Specs

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

Description: Imagine Surfer SUP Paddleboard

Wide, stable and easy to paddle, the Imagine Surfer SUP Paddleboard will get you out on the water and having fun faster than any other board. This board is great for lakes, rivers, and the ocean. Made from blow molded polyethylene, the surfer is super tough and ridiculously durable.   You can let the kids go wild without worrying about them breaking this bomb-proof board. It comes equipped with a plush full deck EVA pad, lockable handle, side and tail handles, front bungee and a snap- in 9" fin.

Key Features of the Imagine Surfer SUP 9ft 9in x 34in:
  • DIMENSIONS:9'9" X 34" X 6" - 241 LTR
  • WEIGHT:44.00LBS
  • MAX LOAD:310LBS
  • Best for: GENERAL SURFING, GENERAL RECREATION, WHITEWATER, FISHING, WHITEWATER SURFING
Dimensions
Length 9'9"
Width (in) 34
Thickness (in) 6
Weight (lbs) 44
Load Capacity (lbs) 310

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"Easy, durable board"
Depends on what you want, but for easy creek floating these are fun, stable and bomb. They are fun in whitewater as well. We drag them over gravel, stack them, and throw them around. Tough! We now have 4.
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July 13, 2014

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Just tried one today and liked it.
Richard P on Jul 6, 2014
Can this board be used on calm lake water ?
A shopper on Aug 1, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, our lake can be anywhere from "glass" to very wavy from wind and/or boat chop. It works well in all conditions, in my opinion.
Reply · Report · Dustin W on Aug 4, 2014
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I have just purchased an Imagine Surfer and would like some advice on how to lift it onto a roof rack? It"s awkward and heavy. I can't do it and yet I'm pretty fit. Thanks Dave
A shopper on May 11, 2014
Best Answer: Lifting from the center using the center carry handle and placing the board upside down on the roof rack is the correct manner of getting the Imagine Surfer on a roof rack.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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Do you have any 2 paddle board deals?
jeanne v on Dec 18, 2013
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