The SK Split, made with dark red core cedar with two flaring aspen middle inlays and white pinstripe along the rails.
Each piece of sustainably forested wood is hand-milled, tuned to perfection, and precisely placed right where it should be. Our boards tell us a story and we listen.
|Dimensions||123 × 31 × 5 in|
Fin Style Fixed
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This stand-up paddleboard is built in our now famous, “All-Arounder” shape and size, comfortably floating riders between 120 to 250 pounds.
So many of our customers have found this original style of board to ride “grounded with earth” – with a better response on all types of waters.
The reports from coast to coast are best summed up with quotes like “amazingly smooth” and “synergistic with nature.
Product Review Video from Pro SUP Athlete Girard Middleton
Don’t be fooled by the foam core boards masquerading around as eco-friendly with their wood veneers.
At Little Bay Boards we only build paddleboards that are truly eco-friendly.
Our paddleboards are lightweight and float because they are built with a wooden rib and spine frame structure which create a hollow core interior. No foam needed!
The exterior of our paddleboards are built with sustainably forested Cedar woods.
Cedar is a strong but lightweight material that allows us to work with nature to compose an ultimate display of beauty throughout the skins, fin, rails, paddle shaft, and blade.
For added strength, durability, and waterproofing, fiberglass and epoxy are applied to help ensure that when treated properly, these paddleboards will last a lifetime. We use epoxy that is UV stable ensuring the finish remains clear as day one and will not yellow over time.
As always, a “featherlight” handmade wood paddle is included with each board purchase.
The unique bent shaft drives strokes deeper and faster with no deflection which helps ease up the wear and tear on the paddler’s shoulders for much longer peaceful times out on the water.
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Freight Shipping Services are available or free local pickup in Petoskey, Michigan.