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Boardworks Rukus

Paddle Board Make & Model

Brand:
Boardworks
Model:
Rackham
MSRP ($):
999

The Rukus from Boardworks is a 10'6” stand up paddle board that is available in a stylish blue, white and grey design that is very eye catching. Although not specifically designed for angling, it is a very versatile board that has a lot to offer. It’s not the lightest stand up paddle board on the market, but it does feature excellent stability as well as flotation and glide thanks to its performance hull design.

The Boardworks Rukus has an ultra strong Bombshell construction, which basically consists of an EPS core with Kevler and PVC reinforce rails along with top and bottom dual Thermoform sheets. The result is a very durable board that can withstand a lot of use, so you won’t need to worry about replacing it any time soon. The stability of the Rukus makes it suitable for use in both flat water and waves. This is thanks to the fin set up of the board that allows you to use one fin for better tracking in flat water or add two additional ones if you are venturing out in waves.

This board features a soft EVA deck pad that has multiple textures to ensure that you not only get plenty of comfort, but also good traction. To transport your gear, you can make use of the deck tie down plugs with bungee cord that can be found at the front of the board. Those who regularly do their angling in heat or high altitudes will also appreciate the self regulating vent plug found on this board. Finally, the Boardworks Rukus has a LiftSUP retractable carry handle, so it can be transported with ease and locked securely.

The lack of rod holders and the heavier weight of the Rukus are the only things that count against it. Overall, it is a nice all-round board that has an affordable price and plenty to like.

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