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Hey Bill,this is a rlaley useful website, thank you! I was wondering if you could help me with some advice  I'm a surfer in Jamaica and have been intrigued by SUP for a while  it looks like a wonderful way to be on the water even when there are no waves to surf and a very good way to stay healthy, mentally and physically and have a blast. I'd very much like to buy a board but don't know where to begin  there are no SUpaddlers here. I'm pretty small  under 5'3 and 115lbs. Would like tp get something to cruis on but also to begin learning to catch small waves with too. Mahalo nui loa,Nathalie
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PonoBill,I can't find an e-mail adsders for youI know you would know the different recommendations for the various SUP paddles out there these days.  I'm sticking to just all carbon, blade and shaft. What are the different shapes designed for?  Werner Nitro- long skinny blade 7.125 wide.  Newer boardworks, standard teardrop 8.3 wide. Standard Pohaku C4 9  wide.  Quick Blade and Kialoa similar shapes 8 to 9  wide.What are the different designs made for?  I know the Nitro is easier on the shoulders and requires a higher cadence for equal power.Drop me a line.  Whitney Guild

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PonoBill,I can't find an e-mail adsders for you. I know you would know the different recommendations for the various SUP paddles out there these days. I'm sticking to just all carbon, blade and shaft. What are the different shapes designed for? Werner Nitro- long skinny blade 7.125 wide. Newer boardworks, standard teardrop 8.3 wide. Standard Pohaku C4 9 wide. Quick Blade and Kialoa similar shapes 8 to 9 wide.What are the different designs made for? I know the Nitro is easier on the shoulders and requires a higher cadence for equal power.Drop me a line. Whitney Guild

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