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Boardworks Tracker

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The Tracker by Boardworks is one of the more expensive stand up paddle boards in their range, but if you are serious about angling then it is worth every penny. This board is 11'10” long and 35” wide, giving you plenty of stability for casting off the deck as well as moving around. It is not just the generous width that gives the Tracker such good stability, but it also has a low profile, so it performs well even in windy conditions. Boardworks also created a deep double concave that runs throughout the bottom of the board, providing it with excellent secondary stability along with great tracking and speed. The single touring fin of the Tracker also adds to the tracking and speed of the board.

To provide you with more options for tying down gear or even adding attachments to the Tracker, Boardworks has added Multi Connex deck plugs. Bungee cords are included with the purchase, but you are free to customize your craft in any way you want. Attaching coolers or gear boxes is easy thanks to the flat, level deck of the Tracker, which also makes it easy to move around. For enhanced impact protection, the Tracker also has an extremely durable Krypto-Mat construction.

Like other Boardworks stand up paddle boards, the Tracker has a self regulating vent to protect it from pressure build-up in heat or high altitudes. It also has a LiftSUP handle, which makes for easy portage and secure locking. Overall, the Boardworks Tracker is a great stand up paddle board that is tailor made for angling enthusiasts. The deck plugs are great for adding attachment such as rod holders and the stability of the board is perfect for casting or reeling in a big catch. It is a slightly bigger investment than some of the other all-round boards from Boardworks, but you’ll definitely be getting value for your money.


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