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Reuben chats Carbon paddles & looks at the JP Australia Carbon Pro

We’ve recently been reviewing the JP Australia Hybrid and the inflatable Cruisair 11’6″ boards, and the full review will be live on SUPboarder soon. But as you know you can’t SUP without a paddle, and JP gave us their NEW top end JP Australia Carbon Pro paddle to use during the review.  

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Kurt
Kurt
1 year ago

Hi Reuben, great review. Thx for it. I would be very interestet in your personal Opinion of the Lima ltd 2019. I knew the Bolt in L – an i like it very much. Have testet the Lima 2018 in M and L. Cut’s like a hot knife in the Butter, but to small for me, and i missed some kind of response, seems no good option for me. The lima ltd could be more interesting, more grip. Dave means “heavier”… normally i understand your precise comments, but heavy for a 450 gr paddel with a such high developed profile,… Read more »

Kurt
Kurt
1 year ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

thanks Reuben … may be sometime you can get a hand on it and give a personal comment on the lima ltd.
The new quickblade v-drive ultimate 88 seems also be an advanced option this year.
aloha and cheers

jjma
jjma
1 year ago

I would love to see a comparison of the top end surf paddles from manufacturers like Ke Nalu, Quickblade, etc against the mainstream brands premium paddles such as straborad, jp, fanatic, etc.

Salmonpincher
Salmonpincher
3 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Same – I’m interested in a review to compare loads of carbon paddles & give us your view of the top carbon paddles for surfing & touring – even if you say its personal preference & theres not a lot between them.. (unless you have already)

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