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With well over a hundred brands in the iSUP world, and pretty much all of them making inflatable SUPs for surfing, there really is a colour and price point board for everyone. But what is the different between an iSUP that catches waves and an iSUP that really rides waves?! Over the past few years we have had the chance to test loads of different iSUPs, and we feel that the best iSUPs for surfing all have a few key design points in common.  We go over which board designs and qualities we think make the best surf iSUP and why.

 

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