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Famistar 8'7" Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Board SUP w/ 3 Fins, Adjustable Paddle, Pump & Carrying Backpack - $239.99 @Walmart

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Great for all skill levels and conditions
Made of the best military grade drop stitch material, making it virtually indestructible
Non-slip grip ensures a stable steady ride
1 adjustable & lightweight aluminum Paddle
4 point mounted bungee system to store all the gear
3 removable travel fins to control steering flexibly
6'' ultra durable thickness
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8ft isup? kid only!
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8ft isup? kid only!
There's a 10ft and 12ft option, $279 and $299. Seems like a decent deal to me
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8'7 by 30 by 6, will float a normal adult. But you will have to watch your balance more. 6" thick feels different, your higher with more bounce. I don't like it. A 4" is much better, you'll get a solid feel
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Look at that kook with his sunnies
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My old Blackfin that I picked up at a thrift store finally has too many leaks to be usable, looking for something decent to throw around at the river, but this doesn't look like it would hold up to any kind of impacts. Any suggestions without breaking the bank?
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I get the information on 4in thick as they are supposed to be better quality. Problem is ive never heard of this brand. It does sound like inflatable is the way to go but they are still pretty expensive in the 220 and up range for a no name brand. Even the body glove one on costco is a 6in and its 400

suggestions?
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