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  1. #31
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    Coming to your home break. SU.....SKI!


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  2. #32
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    It just keeps getting better.

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    There is a big differance between Laird coming at you on a sup versus some lard coming at you on a sup



    Laird would never do that. This I know!

  4. #34
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    OMG funny sh*t

  5. #35

    I'll see your SUP-SKI and raise you a ???

    Quote Originally Posted by Manisses View Post
    Coming to your home break. SU.....SKI!


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    I'm not even sure why this would ever occur in the wild...

  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhiloSurfer View Post
    You as well, Yank!

    Hatchet = Buried
    Ditto.....

  7. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    The guys riding SUPs during small days at my break are some of the most experienced older surfers in the area. The board isn't the issue, it is ignorant riders.
    BOTH are the problem. It's basic physics that SUPs are more dangerous (but not necessarily dangerous) regardless of who is riding them, but become especially dangerous when poorly skilled surfers take them out in larger surf. And even worse if there are other people there. It is negligent behavior.

  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by ClemsonSurf View Post
    You're a whiny kook. Stop being a punk
    Sounds like you are one of the clowns out there on a SUP putting other people at risk because you have no control over your board.

  9. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by K.C. View Post
    BOTH are the problem. It's basic physics that SUPs are more dangerous (but not necessarily dangerous) regardless of who is riding them, but become especially dangerous when poorly skilled surfers take them out in larger surf. And even worse if there are other people there. It is negligent behavior.
    The board is never an issue where I surf. As I said, don't blame the board because a few idiots ride them.

    Quote Originally Posted by K.C. View Post
    Sounds like you are one of the clowns out there on a SUP putting other people at risk because you have no control over your board.
    No, I am guessing he is a typical east coast surfer that gets bored during the many flat days and appreciates SUPs as an alternative to sitting on your ass and praying that you get some of that rare swell. Most of us don't live on the west coast and have to deal with what nature gives us.

  10. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    The board is never an issue where I surf. As I said, don't blame the board because a few idiots ride them.



    No, I am guessing he is a typical east coast surfer that gets bored during the many flat days and appreciates SUPs as an alternative to sitting on your ass and praying that you get some of that rare swell. Most of us don't live on the west coast and have to deal with what nature gives us.
    It's common sense that the board is more dangerous. Obviously the person riding it is mostly at fault, but the board exacerbates the problem. I'm not saying ban SUPs, but how some people act on a SUP is very dangerous/negligent. I live on the east coast and I've seen many experienced riders lose their SUP in small surf around people. They are more dangerous than the alternative, no question. They are simply harder to control, and have more weight, surface area, and force behind them, making the potential results much worse.

    If you have one of those things and you ride it at a beach break when no one else is out, I think that's great. Sounds like fun. If you take it out around people, and you've ever lost the board around people, you are the problem.

    Longboards do a GREAT job of riding the east coast surf and are significantly less dangerous than your standard SUP. Personally, I have no trouble getting a fish type shortboard in the water multiple times a week when I want to. Much easier to control these types of boards and be safe when around people. However, there are still plenty of people on these boards who can't control them. But, they aren't as dangerous as losing a SUP because they weigh less so there is less force behind them, and they have less surface area to hit you with. Not to mention they are harder to lose. See the difference? Not saying its OK to paddle out a shortboard in a crowded lineup when you don't have a clue either....