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If you’re unsure what SUP volume is, how it effects your board and how to compare it to your body weight, then this is a simple way to understand about volumes and what sizes you should be looking at for different boards.

Please remember this is a guide and although it will be fine for most paddlers, the boards shape and your paddling ability should also come into consideration.

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