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Designed with the help of the man himself.

Based on decades of experience, Laird Hamilton teamed up with Surftech to create the amazingly versatile Laird Stand-Up Paddle Board. Its shape enables it to shred waves without sacrificing the paddling efficiency you want for long excursions on flat water, and it's incredibly lightweight and durable thanks to the TufLite construction.

  • TufLite construction features a waterproof EPS core sandwiched with epoxy fiberglass and composite fiber to create a board that's easy to ride, yet incredibly lightweight and durable
  • Fiberglass laminated exterior is tough
  • Versatile shape can handle anything from surfing to touring
  • Shaped by Bob Pearson in collaboration with Laird Hamilton, so it's packed with the very best know-how

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I bought the 10'6" board. I live in Minnesota...

I bought the 10'6" board. I live in Minnesota and will mostly use it on relatively calm, small to midsized lakes. What configuration of fins do you recommend?

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I'm 6'4", 235 LPS, wanting a SUP for both...

I'm 6'4", 235 LPS, wanting a SUP for both surfing and flat touring. Would the 12' be a good choice for me?

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Why are these boards so heavy 32lbs compared...

Why are these boards so heavy 32lbs compared to 25 of other boards the similar size

This review says the board was shaped by...

This review says the board was shaped by Joe Bark. I think that is wrong and needs checked. I think this board was shaped by Bob Pearson

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Hey Wspp, thanks for chiming in!
I'll send this over to our Content team for review!

Is the difference in stability significant...

Is the difference in stability significant between the 10'6 and the 11' ?

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Derrel,
The 11' will have a little more stability over the 10'6", but the difference will not be too noticeable in calm water conditions (probably better sensed in swift moving water or when doing SUP Yoga where increased stability is most needed). But when sizing your board, keep in mind that stability is inversely proportional to maneuverability in SUP boards like most other water craft.

what does the Laird Surftech SUP 10ft6in...

what does the Laird Surftech SUP 10ft6in weigh?

Looking for a board for my wife who is...

Looking for a board for my wife who is 5'5" and 120lb, she just started and will use it no mostly flat water and some times on choppy days. Would this be a good board for her and what size? Thanks

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Andrew,
This would be an excellent board for her to start out on. I would recommend the 10'6" size to give her a good blend of maneuverability and stability to begin with.

Just starting out with paddle surfing. 50...

Just starting out with paddle surfing. 50 years old , relatively good shape with good athletism. Would this be a good first purchase?

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This board is really versatile. It'll provide stability for your first couple of tries and work with you through a lot of different activities. It's not going to be perfect for any one thing (touring, surfing) but if you want one board to experiment on, aren't planning to win races or surf wild waves, you should be just fine.
It's wide and pretty stable with little weight penalty.