Jimmy Styks 10'6$649
This board has a good amount of volume. At 10’6”, 29” and 172 liters, it can easily hold a medium to bigger build at 190lbs. If you’re a smaller body type, you may need some help getting to the beach as it weighs almost 30lbs. It comes in two colors: red and white. It comes with a paddle, board bag, and three fins.
This is a really fun board for cruising around on a nice sunny day. It’s very stable and easy for beginners to have a good time on right away. It has a good amount of maneuverability, so if you ever decide you want to start catching waves and doing tricks you won’t have to buy a different board.
This board would only be bad for a more advanced person who wants to try catching really big and gnarly waves. Once you get to a higher level of surfing, this board may not perform as quickly as you’d like.
This is the perfect board to bring for an all-day outing to the beach. It provides a beautiful way to get out on the water and explore the scenery and wildlife while getting a bit of exercise. This board is the best option if you’ve never tried SUPing or if you have tried it and are thinking of learning how to catch waves. If you’re a more advanced rider, you’ll want to look for something that’s a bit shorter and has more maneuverability.
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