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2021 Quroc AllWater 13’0″x31″ inflatable touring board

Reviewed by us on Aug 16, 2021

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Stability
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Ease of use
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Deflection
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SUPboarder deflection test at 18PSI:  10mm

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Stuart Good
Stuart Good
5 months ago

Just bought this board on the back of the review so thanks for your help in choosing a board! First time boarder so keen to get on the water and try it out! Bought based on price and package. I’m 6ft and 105kg and aim to use it for river paddling progressing to multi day tours. Wanted the RedPaddleco sport 12.6 but this seemed a better value for money package with similar performance and stiffness from reviews. Excited though and thanks again for your help!

Reuben Ellis
Reuben Ellis (@reuben)
5 months ago
Reply to  Stuart Good

Nice one Stuart. Glad you found the review helped

Michael Green
Michael Green (@midlifemick)
3 months ago

I having never set foot on a sup I have a goal of doing the caledonian canal in April 2022.
After lots of careful looking and building up some knowledge from other sup owners in forums and especially the supboarder YouTube channel. Brilliant detail. Thorough reviews. Not pretentious or overly technical in the videos. You guys helped me choose my first board! (This one)

Beau Nixon
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Beau Nixon (@beaunixon)
3 months ago
Reply to  Michael Green

Hi Michael. Wow! Incredible. Please keep us updated on your SUP journey and progression. It would be great to jump on a call with you at some point before you set off on the Caledonian to hear your motivations and story. All the best and thanks for your support.

Mark Lawrence
Mark Lawrence (@markjohnl)
3 months ago

How does the large dry bag in the package compare to the Overboard 60l backpack dry bag? Is it similar capacity? and would you trust it to keep all your gear dry on an overnight trip?

Thanks,

Mark

Beau Nixon
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Beau Nixon (@beaunixon)
3 months ago
Reply to  Mark Lawrence

Hi Mark. The Quroc dry bag is massive as it fits the board in and all the gear. The Overboard 60L is smaller compared to the Quroc and you would probably get your camping gear in there if the gear is compact. If you’re travelling with lots of gear (tent, sleeping bag, cooker, clothes, mattress, pillow, food, etc) then the Quroc would certainly hold it all and keep it dry. You may need two Overboard 60L bags if you want to keep all your gear dry inside the bags. Hope this helps.

Mark Lawrence
Mark Lawrence (@markjohnl)
3 months ago
Reply to  Beau Nixon

Thanks Beau! I found out it is 130 litres, so loads of space. Sounds like it would do as my main overnight bag and then a smaller one maybe for the kit I need to get at throughout the day. Thanks again, Mark

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