|27th July 2011 07:03 PM|
But how is it possible that a magazine publishes a test on a product you can't find in the web page of the company???????????
Meanwhile the first question of this post remains unanswered, is the 8'8 just for kids????
If we're going to have a new breed of SUPer boards, can we have a preview??????
|27th July 2011 11:32 AM|
|26th July 2011 07:23 PM|
Sure is a good concept for a lot of us who can not carry the whole quiver everyday, and need somethig cheap, and fun in a variety of conditions just to get in touch with the water, but seems too heavy.
I don't find any information about that 8'10 SUPer
|26th July 2011 03:43 PM|
If you look at the 3rd page of News there is an 8'10 SUPer tested by a mag. It isn't on the product list that I can see, so might be a 2012 model. I would try and find out more about that one.
I'm certainly watching for it. A good size to fit in the car or caravan for those days when you only can fit one board.
|25th July 2011 06:58 PM|
The SUPer 8'8, only for kids????
Never interested in this type of products, but many times I would like to have a board "living" in the van to take advantage of any condition without having to go and get my windusurf or of sup quiver.
And this board, following the description, seems that it can work well in sup (derived of the pro 8'5), and can serve for some easy windsurf.
It is possible for somebody of 75 kilos????
Or it's just for kids???