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Comparing 5 main brand SUP surf Longboards

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seanross
seanross
3 years ago

Thanks for this video. I might have to watch it again, but I have been warming up to this idea of progression up to a longboard instead of down to a shorter board. And this video certainly helped me, especially with the lack of demo-able products here in the Northeast of USA.

anchorpoint
anchorpoint
3 years ago

great review! exactly what is missing , some comparaison between boards, keep them coming!

seanross
seanross
3 years ago

I contacted Fanatic on their website, and they indicated that they were going to get you a Stylemaster. You might need to follow up with them! I hope they get you the 9 footer.

nadavsagie
nadavsagie
3 years ago

Naish Nalu Pro all the way…
i have the 2018 model where they still made it from carbon…it weighs 8.5 KG…
BEST BOARD I EVER HAD….

THX for a great review guys!

nadavsagie
nadavsagie
3 years ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

you’re so right ! i would love a 9′ version too….tried the 9′ starboard longbord (that 101 liters killed me… 🙂 …the nalu is still better all-round.

anyway, keep up the good work reuben! you guys do excellent work.

nadavsagie
nadavsagie
3 years ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

we cant wait!.

Fred
Fred
3 years ago

Great review! More like this pls

Sledder
Sledder
1 year ago

Hi Ruben,
I looked to all your longboard video’s several times. I’m the happy owner off a 10′ Starboard Longboard in Pinetec Construction for 2 seasons and I want to make the step to a smaller board with more turning performance but still the abbilty to Nose-ride. I find noseriding still quite difficult on the 10′ Starboard so there is where the RRD comes in. I am now debating between buying a Starboard or an RRD, both in 9’x28″. What do you think would be the best choice?
Grtz Hans

Beau Nixon
Editor
11 months ago
Reply to  Sledder

Hi Hans, I hope you managed to receive an email from us with an answer to your question? In case anyone else is wondering, a short recap: Starboard have a vee / double concave which covers the length under their longboard SUPs (except the 26″ wide). This creates a less stable platform when walking up to the nose and is way more technical to use. The RRD has a much more traditional bottom shape and a wide nose to help with this stability when noseriding. But, the wider nose adds swing weight when turning and the Starboard would be best… Read more »

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