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Sol Paddle Boards "SOLsombrero"

Paddle Board Make & Model

Brand:
Sol Paddle Boards
Model:
SOLsombrero
MSRP ($):
1499

SOL Paddle Boards is another brand that loves to have a bit of fun with their naming conventions, so their fishing oriented stand up paddle board is called the SOLsombrero. Don’t let the silly name deter you though, as the SOLsombrero is actually a serious board with plenty of features that anglers will appreciate. Not only does it have a length of 11'4” and width of 39”, but the SOLsombrero was also one of the first 8” thick stand up paddle boards on the market. The result is a board that is extremely rigid and able to provide plenty of stability out on the water.


Thanks to its 39” width SOLsombrero owners don’t have to pick and choose what gear to bring along as there is enough space for everything. In fact, this board is big enough that you can bring along some company if wish. It can also take a beating and keep on going thanks to its double reinforced sidewall design. Additional durability and protection comes courtesy of the triple PVC nose cone up front. For easier maneuverability, the SOLsombrero has two 3” side scag fins along with a 9” removable flex fin. The board is surprisingly light for its size, but to make transportation even easier when it its inflated it has cushioned handles in the front, middle as well as back.

The SOLsombrero is a great board for angling, especially if you plan to do so as part of an overnight trip and need plenty of space for gear. The 15 reinforced D rings also mean that your gear is going to stay safely on the board. The board is durable enough to get to tricky fishing spots and maneuverable enough to make the trip enjoyable. The name and color scheme of the board might cause some people to not take it seriously, but to simply dismiss it would be a mistake.

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