by Sarah Sackville Do you like a bit of a challenge? But achievable challenges? The iRocker Sport is one of those challenges. Those entirely new to SUP boarding may find this guy a bit wobbly to start. But, if you persevere the pay off is great. It’s not hard to find your feet with the
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Introduction The new and improved 11’ All-Around for 2018! iRocker has tweaked a few things, and it’s obvious there is an improvement. There’s been an upgrade in design and materials. There is also improvements on some of the accessories as well as some new ones now available! Much the same as the previous years, the
by Sarah Sackville Want the FULL package? Quality, affordability, reliability, durability? Voila! Your wish is the Blackfin command. You can use the Blackfin Model XL as a fantastic cruiser or perfect family board. The materials are strong and reinforced with rarely seen carbon rails. The accessories are more that of a high-range ($) board and
by Sarah Sackville Watch out. The new kid is in town. And he’s super cool. Are you after a reliable SUP that comes with accessories that will make you go giddy with excitement? Something so tough you’d be easily mistaken into thinking you’re aboard a floating tank? Have you heard all of this before? Well,
So, the Bay Sports Tour is taking your fancy? Want to know more though? Is it beginner friendly? What size rider can be comfortable? All will be revealed below. A little background intro for Bay Sports first. They are a new company operating out of Sydney who put their heart and soul into the products
By Sarah Sackville Do you consider yourself a savvy SUP shopper? Want to know your purchase is worth the $$$? Something that floats your boat (pun intended) and bay-eautiful? Bay Sports is a new Australian company. They’ve been slaving away for 12 months to produce their first line of inflatable SUP’s. In most cases the