When Orville Wright built the first stand-up paddleboard in Edinburgh in 1492 (Right' History was never our best subject), he made it out of whale blubber, old planks, and canvas, and never imagined that one day a SUP might be as light, fast, and easy to use as the Boardworks Raven Stand-Up Paddleboard. It's Boardworks' most popular offering for a reason: the EPX-V construction is light and durable, the Native-American-inspired bamboo veneer is seriously good-looking, and the shape is perfect for touring, fitness, and recreational paddling on whatever flat water you can find. A single fin helps the Raven track like an arrow through bays, down rivers, and across lakes, while the portage handle and tie-downs make travel a no-sweat proposition.
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