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  • DAKINE - SUP Leash - Black/SUP Calf

DAKINE SUP Leash

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    • Black/SUP Calf, 10ft x 5/16in
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    • Black/SUP Calf, 12ft x 5/16in
      sale $20.77
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    Stay connected to your vessel on open water.

    You may not be slashin' in the surf on your SUP, but gusty winds or a lapse in concentration can send you swimming in the blink of an eye. Secure your preferred style (ankle or calf) of these DAKINE SUP Leashes to your board to stay connected to your board in the event you take a dip.
    • Both coiled and straight styles feature quick-release cuff and triple-wrap rail-saver design
    • Straight leash for calf offered in both 10- and 12-foot length
    • Coiled leash for ankle offered in 10-foot length
    • Item #DAK1961

    Tech Specs

    Material
    heavy-duty urethane
    Length
    (coiled, straight) 10 ft, (straight) 12 ft
    Recommended Use
    flat-water stand-up paddleboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Ankle or calf? Coiled or straight?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I like the calf ones. The ankle ones just seem to get in the way more.

    The quality is first rate with Dakine.

    Might I have gone with a coiled one for SUP? Yeah maybe if I had to do it over. The long leashes for SUP catches on crap that is floating in the water. Milfoil and other plant matter.

    A good product

      Dakine makes great leashes whether for surf or flatwater SUP. You wouldn't want to use this one for surfing, but it's great for racing and flatwater touring. It does what it's supposed to by staying coiled on the board to reduce your drag. If you're paddling in saltwater make sure to give it a rinse after. All that salt will eventually seize up the bearing in the rail saver if you don't.