Has been voted “The Best SUP to Land a Big One“, so why not do it in comfort and stay out on the water even longer? More comfort, more balance, more back support and saltwater-resistant clips and buckles.
If you are one of these people taking their inflatable of rapids or through the occasional white water, you already know you are naturally inclined to get down low. “Going Kayak” when you find yourself between a rock and a hard place is often the best way to stay on top of your board.
… and when you find yourself in calmer waters, easily fold up your seat and stow it under one of the two sets of cargo straps.