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  1. #26
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    I am sad that no one has posted their Sup quiver and or rough water sup (aka powder sup) 😉

    Really stoked on a pair of thurso surf inflatables we bought a few years ago. Bomber and have enjoyed many miles

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    air compressers and electric fins, god forbid anyone get any exercise and possible perspires
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    air compressers and electric fins, god forbid anyone get any exercise and possible perspires
    I am getting old enough to not be too proud. And after going through the rona and its after effects, I give even less of a fuck.

  4. #29
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    IME the biggest raft pump you can get is ideal

    The place where I fix dry suits has threatened to get me an electric pump to blow up the suits and i'm looking forward to that
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

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    Used the blowfish pump yesterday for first time, it rocks. Less than 10 minutes from 0-15psi. All the while I am getting my gear together and figuring out what to wear.

    I need a good CF paddle, beater paddle works ok for now.

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    SavageSUP

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    I need a good CF paddle, beater paddle works ok for now.
    I've got this a like it:
    https://halagear.com/collections/pad...-carbon-travel

    Three piece is nice if you ever want to travel with it. Fit in my board bag.

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    Here is my buddies fishing rig

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    And his Hala Rado

  10. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post


    SavageSUP
    Great run. My board is not that nimble and/or my legs that strong so I might have been doing a different line, but I would love that river.
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    And his Hala Rado
    Wife has the Radito. The retractable fin is an awesome feature.

  11. #36
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    That retractable fin is a big selling point for river use.

    I have run the Savage in my kayak several times.

  12. #37
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    I have the Hoss with gummy fins on them which do fine but can still hit a rock if it gets boney. As long as you are ready fo it, not a big deal. Eventually want to get a smaller board with the retractable.

  13. #38
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    I rode a lift with an 80+ year old back in December. It was his first day of the season. He shared his observation with me that he no longer needs multiple short days of skiing very mellow terrain to feel warmed up and get his ski legs back since he started using a sup regularly on flat water. It is unintentional cross training for him.

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    I definitely feel it in my legs, calves particularly.

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    Shoulders and upper back too. I have lower back issues, but after a day paddling, my ub may be tired, but my whole back and posture are much improved overall. At least for that day.

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    This sub-forum needs a new name update that is more inclusive to other flotation devices. Arm floaties are welcome too.

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    Red pool noodles are covered some where in bull fighting I think.

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