Are Feathercrafts still a sensible purchase?

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Re: Are Feathercrafts still a sensible purchase?

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Jake wrote:
Mon Apr 13, 2020 8:12 am
I. Or, dare I risk apostasy, even an inflatable SUP. In benign conditions they look to be good fun while offering a full-body workout. Beats sitting on the beach.😊
I have an starboard inflatable SUP and it is great. mine is huge 12" x 33" x 6" as I am a 240. it does not that long to inflate and you can cartop it easily inflated. Mine also does double duty as a windsurfer
Work keeps getting in the way of kayaking, SUP, windsurf, bike and fiddling in the garage activity.

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Re: Are Feathercrafts still a sensible purchase?

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Is there a sail rig for that SUP? Or did you build one?

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Re: Are Feathercrafts still a sensible purchase?

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JohnSand wrote:
Thu Sep 24, 2020 6:31 pm
Is there a sail rig for that SUP? Or did you build one?
this sup is a wind/sup it has place for a mast base factory built. I also got portasble boom,base, mast, sail set up....but am using a bigger sail from bitd when I windsurfed smaller boards in bigger winds

https://sup.star-board.com/inflatable-p ... nflatable/
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Re: Are Feathercrafts still a sensible purchase?

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Thanks! I'll check it out.

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