Say hi to the handsome 'Retro' version of our best selling $599 paddle board. This is not an inflatable board, it's an epoxy beauty with a sweeeeet bamboo-look print. What a hottie!
Whether you’re a beginner wanting to do harbour cruises or an intermediate coastal tourer, this board is for you. Catch some medium sized surf and you will find this SUP to be an absolute top performer.
#HugeBeautiful #Stoked #Mahalo #Hangloose
OF COURSE WE THINK OUR RETRO SUP IS AWESOME - BUT READ WHAT SOME OF OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY:
G Dixon - I got my girlfriend a 10'6 Retro SUP almost a year ago for Christmas. She loves it. She uses it to paddle from our Bach at Raglan up the estuary to her favourite cafe. We have done many trips exploring around the Raglan harbour, Whangamata, Waihi Beach and I have even surfed on it at Makatu. We are extremely happy with it. Awesome value for the money. We have even considered getting another one for me. Thanks so much Container Door. 😀
W Downey - Great product I recommended to friends as well.
Nathan - Really stoked with my purchase! A top quality board and awesome design makes it an absolute NO BRAINER!! Would recommend it
A Bain - Loving it! Spending a lot of time on it!
R Marston Love it - great way to start the weekend on the Ohope Harbour
M Hibbard - This is a great looking board, well made, having fun. Thanks
L Munro - Great product, looks good and works well, very happy!
E O’Neill - Great board. Very happy with this purchase.
• Length: 10'6"
• High density EPS core: 22kg/cbm
• Deck Pad: Groove pattern EVA memory foam
• Width at centre: 31”
• Thickness: 4.5”
• Volume: 155.42 Litres
• Rider weight limit: 130kg
• Tri Fin System: Super Fin 2 +1 with 10” plastic single fin
• Composition: 2 x 6oz layers of fibreglass and 3 layers of resin
• Bungee included
• Board Weight: 10.5kg
• Packed Weight: 18kg
• Packed Dimensions: 327 x 82 x 15cm
• Paddle & leash NOT included (sold separately)
Have fun in the water but remember - safety first! The sea can turn on you quicker than a gull filching a hot chip so always be aware of the conditions and the forecast. For more water safety tips visit http://www.watersafety.org.nz/