336 Bayshore Dr
United StatesPurchased used on June 8th 2015. Used 5 times for a few hours each time. A few minor scratches. Lost interest. This board needs to be with someone who will use it. If you come at High Tide you can take it for a test ride. It is very light and fast. Less
719 S 3rd St
United StatesFEATUREDThis Rhizotomy board is in excellent condition. All-around, offers up performance in the surf and stability in flat water. Great if you’re looking to get the best of both worlds. Perfect for any conditions on the water. Comes with paddle. Length 10’6″ Width 32″
72 Point Comfort Rd
Hilton Head Island
United StatesCustom made Stu Sharpe Performance shaped 7-2 x 27 x 3 7/8 est. 89 liters, 13 lbs. Core- vac vacuum bagged glassed all white SUP. Tail pad and was waxed in the standing area. 5 future fin boxes allowing multiple fin options. Comes with Quad fins. Great condition no open dings and ready for the water. Great for the lighter rider wanting surf performance. Supported 160 lbs paddle surfer. Firm on price Please feel free to email or txt for more info, 84three-six eight 4-0 two zero zero Thank you Glen
United States10’6″ x 33″ x 4.4″ 198L Hammer, retails $1799.00 Great all around family board that’s super stable with glide and rides waves very well. Brushed Carbon, 5 fin setup, dbl leash plugs, RSPro rail tape, single fun and leash included. Has professional carbon repair near thruster fin box seen on pics. more info: https://supsports.com/shop/stand-up-paddle-boards/hammer-series/ Price drop; $1,000.00 `Can deliver to coastal areas RI to MD during Feb/March
126 W Mt Vernon Ave
United States12’6” x 30” wide. Great stable but fast SUP. Can also be setup as a windsurfer. I have all components for a windsurfer setup yet only used as a SUP. Has retractable daggerboard. Used only a handful of times. I got in a snowboarding accident and can’t use it now. Foam/grippy deck. Excellent condition. No dings or scratches.
351 Lagunita Dr
United StatesPractically new. Excellent board. https://www.surftech.com/sup/bark-vapor-pro-elite-race-sup This is from a sup forum: Yep I love the Vapor, and I’ve covered very many miles in it in all conditions since that review without changing my mind. But it’s a downwind board rather than an all-round ocean race board, really. The All Star, FX, and Sidewinder will be faster in flat water and small chop. The Vapor is certainly faster upwind and in general paddling than a heavily rockered DW board though, so it’s no slouch. And downwind in small to medium conditions it is a complete delight and is very fast, catching just about anything going. So it kinda depends on what race conditions you are going in. If it’s properly rough then the Vapor could serve you well. If it’s just a bit of fairly mild chop then there may be faster boards. Well, I’ll see shortly, I decided to go with the Vapor.The FX and Sidewinder just seem a little too biased towards flat water speed for what I want the board to cover. To be faster in the flat water I just keep coming to the conclusion that somethings got to give when it gets rough. The V3 can handle mild chop and flats or conditions in ocean races like I see in BoP race videos. Most races here won’t have variable conditions so it’ll either be smooth enough for the 404 or rough enough to justify the Vapor. My first race was an ocean race in which most people were on flat water style race boards and couldn’t stay on them. I took third simply because I was on the Glide and was able to put consistent power down without worrying about losing balance. Downwind, upwind and cross chop all featured depending on which buoy you’d just went around. Those types of situations would seem to favor the Vapor over the FX or Sidewinder, slightly perhaps, but stability and handling was at a higher premium than outright speed. Like I mentioned, your review hit the particular points I was after, sounded very much like the Glide which was absolutely unfazed by just about anything, but smaller. I’d have never even bothered to look at any other boards had Naish actually offered a smaller size in that model. ook the vapor out for a bit today and of course the howling winds of the past month straight calmed down today so no proper rough water test yet. Through a bit of chop and some wind its definitely better behaved than the V3. The nice part is paddling past protected water and out into the chop the feeling of the board doesn’t change, it hardly noticed the water just got rougher. Very good kick turning board, can be done from just about anywhere behind the handle. It’s got a very quick initial tip, quicker than the V3 by some bit but if I stayed centered it did as well and was quite stable even going through the confused stuff and I could keep full power easily in every stroke. Side winds were no problem and such a welcome change from the 404. The one nitpick so far is the deck pad is slick, perhaps that needs to be broken in a bit. Flat water speed is a couple ticks off the V3 as expected but that’s not the purpose I bought it for. Looking forward to some proper rough conditions on it. Glad you are enjoying the Vapor. Everything you say is true, really. The handling just gets better the rougher it is. The initial tip is less than on eg. a Sidewinder: in fact I think it’s very stable for 26″ wide. The deck pad on mine isn’t slippery or slick at all. In fact it’s very good. So maybe yours is just new? It really comes into it’s own downwind in particular. It makes light downwinding (15-25 knots) an absolute pleasure – and speedy.
318 Dunkirk Rd
United StatesFEATUREDPRICE REDUCED BY ANOTHER $100 TO SELL NOW— NEW PRICE $500 I purchased this board new from Paddleboard Specialists along w Epic board bag in 2013 for approximately $1600. The first photo is from their website and second is me on board at end of Chattanooga River Rox 3-mile Race in fall 2013. Selling now since I need to replace my recently stolen 2016 SIC Maui F 14 and don’t need two boards at this point. Paddle season is right around the corner and you cannot beat this price of only $500 for a truly great and classic board with a free board bag included. Board has a few scratches and minor dings from races and rec use, but it is still a very nice board for someone looking to get into SUP and possibly racing. Very stable, but also cuts through flat water and chop well.
6126 Turnbury Park Dr
United StatesGreat First or Second race board- stable at 30.5” wide. Raced a lot, minimal cosmetic damage. Will include stock paddle. Priced to sell!! Will consider delivery for small fee.
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