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Monday, 22 February 2010 17:07

VERSA BOARD: STANDUP / SITDOWN PADDLEBOARD

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Anglers around the world recognize the advantages of a higher line-of-sight and a dependable watercraft that can access places no other craft can go. Combining design ingenuity and feedback from those anglers, Legacy Paddlesports built a stand-up paddleboard model which possesses all of these advantages. This stand up or sit down paddleboard features an extremely stable hull that offers surprising performance and handling in surf, the open ocean, rivers or lakes. The deck is broad and wide to provide plenty of room for coolers or other fishing gear without restricting standing space. Its unique, retractable spring loaded skeg system provides exceptional tracking while in flatwater or while riding a wave but can be easily retracted when in the shallows. Unlike fiberglass, this rotomolded polyethylene SUP is durable and affordable. Like many of their models, the Versaboard board combines tried-and-true design elements with modern innovation.

 

 


STANDARD FEATURES

• Spring loaded drop down skeg system

• Sculpted, molded-in seat depression

• Fore and aft deck bungee with recessed hardware

• Molded foot supports

• Molded flats for mounting of rod holders and accessories

• 5 inch rear access hatch

• Stern drain plug

• Molded bow and stern grab handles

 

A LA CARTE OUTFITTING

All outfitting will be offered separately

• The patent-pending First Class Seat system made of solar screen seat material suspended over an anodized pewter frame adds an additional comfort while the patent-pending swivel platform it is attached to gives unprecedented mobility while seated. The swivel platform is secured through the scupper and the seat easily tilts back to clear the deck when standing.

• A strap handle that attaches to molded bow handle can be used for stability assistance when standing.

For More information about the Versa Board please visit:  http://www.nativewatercraft.com/

Last modified on Friday, 07 January 2011 14:55
adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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