Surf Paddle Boards
In general, the shorter and smaller the board is, the better it will perform in surf. Since they are typically shorter, surf SUPs are much more maneuverable, a key feature when you’re going after waves. However, since the boards are smaller, they tend to be a bit unstable. These boards also have much more rocker in them (the front of the board curves up) for efficient carving and to stop you from nose diving when you drop into a wave. They can also have different tail shapes and fin set ups with the ability to add fins on either side of the main center fin found on all other SUPs.
SUP surfing is a great introduction to catching waves since you are already standing up!
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