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Boardworks SHUBU Inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Board - 9’2”, Wide 5685J_2 Boardworks SHUBU Inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Board - 9’2”, Wide 5685J_3 Boardworks SHUBU Inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Board - 9’2”, Wide
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About Boardworks SHUBU Inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Board - 9’2”, Wide

Closeouts. Designed for portability, Boardworks' SHUBU wide inflatable SUP board lets you "show up and blow up." Made of durable, military-grade rubber, the wide design offers improved stability and a detachable center fin, making it an ideal SUP for fishing, flatwater cruising and maneuvering in shallow areas.

Specs about Boardworks SHUBU Inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Board - 9’2”, Wide

  • Boat style: SUP Board
  • Capacity: Up to Novice: 150 lb. - Intermediate: 170 lb. – Advanced: 200 lb.
  • Weight: 29 lb.
  • Length: 9'2"
  • Width: 34"
  • Material: UV resistant rubber
  • Boat usage: Recreation
  • Made in Korea, Republic of

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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 1 reviews

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Reviewed by Cpn STokes from Nor Cal on Thursday, June 6, 2013
I was able to unpack it, blow it up, and paddle away in less than 8 minutes. I could see how the pumping could get tough for unconditioned people - it's a workout. I usually just leave it inflated now. It's very stable, but slower than a hard board. It's lighter than a hard board of equivalent s... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Cpn STokes from Nor Cal on Thursday, June 6, 2013
    I was able to unpack it, blow it up, and paddle away in less than 8 minutes. I could see how the pumping could get tough for unconditioned people - it's a workout. I usually just leave it inflated now. It's very stable, but slower than a hard board. It's lighter than a hard board of equivalent size. It tracks well with the large center fin installed, but I took it out to paddle in a shallow river and it was very squirrely with only the two small side fins. I would like a smaller center fin for running rivers.

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