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Zray "FS7"

Paddle Board Make & Model

Brand:
Zray
Model:
FS7
MSRP ($):
459

The Zray FS7 is an inflatable stand up paddle board that is made with fishing enthusiasts in mind. Zray appears to be well aware that inflatable boards still have some stigma attached to them compared to rigid boards, which is why they have gone all out to impress customers. The board measures in at 32” in width, which is very decent and provides plenty of stability, but it’s not the widest that we’ve seen for inflatables of this type. However, it still offers more than enough space to work with, no matter where you stand on the board.

To keep the FS7 from going under or bending before it exceeds its maximum capacity, it is six inches thick and constructed from a durable PVC material that can withstand some wear and tear. The drop-stitch material allows the FS7 to load up to 33lb, which is enough to bring along lots of gear on the water. The EVA surface of the board is comfortable, so you can spend longer out on the water fishing without fatigue setting in. It will also help to ensure that you have plenty of grip, which is always useful when reeling in a big catch.

Stand up paddle boards obviously aren’t designed to haul as much cargo as kayaks, especially the inflatable variety, but the FS7 does have some bungee cord on the deck to secure your belongings. Anglers who would like to sit down every now and then will appreciate the multi-functional grommets on this board, which can be used to attach a cooler that can double as a seat. SUP boards are already lighter and easier to carry than their rigid counterparts, but the FS7 makes this task even more convenient with two carry handles that are made from soft fabric. Steering is easy too thanks to two smaller fixed fins and one larger one that is removable. For fishing enthusiasts on a tight budget, there is a lot to like about the Zray FS7.

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