Isle 11′ Standup Paddle Surfboard (SUP)
I’m selling my Isle Beginner’s Classic stand up paddle surfboard; the dimensions are 11’ long by 31” wide by 4.75” thick. It is not the soft deck board – it’s a regular epoxy board with an EPS foam core. It’s the perfect beginner board or for tandem rides – because of the width it’s very stable so it’s great on flat water and you can even surf the smaller stuff (it catches anything so when the surf is small you can go out there when others won’t bother!). At my peak I was 245 lbs and it floated me with no problem; I think it would be good for someone up to 300 lbs or even more. There are a few scuffs on the bottom but nothing major; I use a paddle guard so the rails are great and it’s stored inside a garage when not in use. I did break a side bite but it was professionally repaired and the board is fully watertight and ready to go. By the way the picture of the top of the board is a little weird – I just stripped the wax off and the sun was catching the residue at a funny angle; there’s no delamination or discoloration of the top.
The board will come with the fins shown (stock Isle 8” center fin and the side fins are 4 5/8” FCS). It also has the air release valve, traction pad, carry handle inset in the board, and removable fins (stock features when I bought the board). A paddle is not included so you’ll need to plan on getting your own.
I’m asking $515; no trades and I’ll only accept cash. I think this is a pretty good price for someone looking to get into paddle boarding or paddle surfing. Don’t forget that you won’t pay tax when you buy used (it adds up when you’re making a big purchase like this).
Keywords: paddleboard, paddle board, longboard, surf, nose rider, Laird, Blair, Surftech, softtop, soft top, softie, Surftec, NSP, stand up
San Diego, CA (North Park)
July 20, 2010 5:01 pm
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