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Ultimate stability, durability, and utility from an easy-going board.
You'll feel instantly at ease on the Jackson Kayak SUPerNatural Stand-Up Paddleboard. Rotomolded construction and a wide, stable footprint make this board highly durable and incredibly easy to paddle and balance on. Explore a slow-moving river, do yoga on the lake, or slide a cooler onto the molded-in fittings on the deck and hit the ocean water close to the beach.
- Rotomolded construction makes this board highly durable and impact-resistant so it's perfect for beginners or the accident prone
- Wide platform and non-slip grip pads make it hard to tip this board over or slip off
- Cooler fittings are molded into the top of the deck so there's no guesswork when you want to take lunch out on the water
- Pole holders and mounts are set into the top of the deck so you can easily take your fishing gear along
- Bow, stern, and side grab handles give you plenty of options when you need to get a grip on this board
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Great stable board for what ever
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This is the same board as the SUPer Fishal without the fishing accessories. If you aren't into fishing but want a big, stable board to cruise around with your kids or dog this rules. So stable and fast. Crazy tough!
My boys are big! 6'6", 300#. What's the...
My boys are big! 6'6", 300#. What's the best board for a family of giants?!
The Jackson Kayak SUPerNatural Stand-Up Paddleboard would be a good option but I would also suggest checking out the Boardworks SHUBU Wide Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard and the Surftech AirSUP Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard. These will all work well for heavier paddlers. Keep in mind that while these are all stable boards in general, they will be even more stable at lengths of 10'6"+.
I have a 10' SHUBU inflatible board.
No way would it be suitable for a 6'6" fellow.
My friends in the 5'10" & 150lb+ range have a hard time on my 10' board. For what that's worth, you are definitely want to get something 10'6" or longer, if possible.
Super Easy SUP
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Bought this board in July, Have used it everyday, from flat water to waves, it is very stable and easy to use. the only bad thing is the weight of the board, it heavy at 69 pounds, but its plastic, and can take a beating.
You can use it as a SUP or you can sit on it and use it as a kayak, or for Yoga (if you are into that) LOL.
I'm looking for a versatile...
I'm looking for a versatile SUP/Kayak that I can use mostly for lake riding. I see a few nice ones out there but am looking for advise/reviews on which ones would be recommended. 6'2" 210 beginning/intermediate level
Do rod holders, etc come with this model?...
Do rod holders, etc come with this model? Does anything come with it except the board, itself?
All that you get with this model is the board. It's the same board as the SUPerFISHal, so anything that comes with that board can be easily added to this one.