If you want a SUP that can perform in the surf, you will want to be sure it incorporates something called Go Venture, which is the font to back concave of the SUPs hull that allows it to sit more economically on water’s force, where a straighter, flatter SUP would be slightly more difficult to maneuver.
Featurs Go Venture SUP
You will also want a wider board – at least while you are starting– for stability.
But whether you are a beginner or a professional, this is the best SUP for anybody, particularly for those planning the ride smaller waves.
At 10’ by 28” by 4”, it is still short enough for sportier spirits to surf slightly more aggressively, thanks to the Go Venture SUP which really allows you to walk back and pivot into the move with relative ease.
This SUP also floats most users with its 170ltr volume and 4” thickness that grants it the capability to float 100 kg of human and gear or pet, or pretty much whatever you are willing to strap or trying to balance atop its deck.
But just because SUP floats a lot of weight does not mean it is stable. Maneuverability almost forever comes at the cost of stability and being only ten feet long this standup paddleboard doesn’t track well, so do not bother trying to take it touring, and if you wish a more hybrid style SUP, consider another option.