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SUP onthefly "Guide"

Paddle Board Make & Model

Brand:
SUP onthefly
Model:
Guide
MSRP ($):
1479

With a carrying capacity of up to 600 lbs, the Guide by SUP onthefly is a great choice for anglers that want to bring everything including the kitchen sink along on their trip. It is recommended that beginners stick to about 400 lbs and intermediate users 553 lbs though. This 11'3” long stand up inflatable board is 36” wide, so you have enough room to maneuver with ease as well even when loading it up with your gear. Despite its size, the board fits into a 36”x17”x11” bag when deflated, so you don’t have any of the storage or transportation issues that comes with rigid stand up paddle boards. It also weighs in at under 50lbs, along with its bag and pump, so it even meets airline baggage weight restrictions.

The Guide doesn’t just have a large deck, but thanks to its advanced rocker construction, it is able to provide some agility in addition to its stability. In terms of versatility, the Guide is just as home on a lake or river as it is in whitewater or out fishing, so you can get plenty of use out of it no matter what your needs are. Of course, fans of fly fishing will see the most benefit from the Guide.

In addition to being a very stable fishing platform, the guide has a full length traction pad along with a raised stomp pad at the tail to provide control. Rigging is taken care of by 12 reinforced stainless D-rings and the integrated fish ruler makes it a breeze to monitor the length of your catches without having to keep track of a separate ruler. Those who want to make use of removable RAILBLAZA StarPorts will be glad to hear that the board features 2 EVA duck pad cut outs that enable you to do so. SUP onthelfly claims that this board features some of the highest density drop-stitch in the industry and is even protected against UV degradation thanks to their UV Defense System. At the end of the day, if you are looking for an inflatable stand up paddle board that is going to last a long time and give you space to spare then you can’t go wrong with the Guide.

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