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The Stand Up Paddleboard

Paradise Punch SUP

Size Options: 9'8 | 10'6

If you're looking to cross-train or simply have a SUP for those flat days, our Paradise Punch could be the ticket. This is an all-round Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) that is ideal for flat water cruising, but it’s also versatile enough to take in the surf.

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Tech & Specs

Centre Fin Included

The Paradise Punch SUP comes with the option of a tri & single fin setup. The 10" single fin is included.

Available in 2 Sizes

9'8 length | 31" width | 4 1/2" thick | 154L volume

10'6 length | 32" width | 4 3/4"'' thick | 182L volume

Board Contours

Belly Flat Double

Rail

Full Rail

Construction

Molded Epoxy (MX) construction delivers structural integrity through the high pressure molding of multiple components. The components being; a medium density EPS core, 5 layers of Fiberglass (3 x deck, 2 x bottom) and a special epoxy resin that’s mixed with carbon strands. Encapsulating the whole board, and forming an outer skin that bonds through to the core, this combination of materials is fused together for over 4 hours under constant heat and pressure. The result is a very durable, well weighted board, and the high pressure molding process ensures that each board is identical to our specifications.


You can find out more about GSI’s SUP construction on their SUP construction page.

Wave Type

Ideal for 0-4ft

Great for cruising on flat days down a river or out on the ocean, this stand up paddleboard is responsive enough to take out in the surf. It's super stable which makes it easy to jump to your feet, has deck traction and a back foot kick. 

Surfer Skill Level

Beginner - Intermediate

Generous width through the middle and a balanced outline keeps the board sitting really flat on the water. With loads of buoyancy, this functional shape instils a feeling of confidence for the paddler. The board accelerates quickly with just a few strokes and will maintain amazing glide and flow in flat water. Subtle lift through the tail allows the board to manoeuvre smoothly when riding waves.

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