The Great Bear is the ultimate touring paddleboard for expeditions on your local waterways or the open waters of the seven seas. Designed with the knowledge that conditions are always changing, this touring SUP will carry your gear and get you where you need to go safely and efficiently. At 29" wide, this touring SUP provides a fast yet stable platform, giving you confidence under load and allowing you to cover longer distances without tiring.
EPS core laminated with layers of fiberglass, bamboo veneers, stunning graphics and coated with high-grade paint and polish.
Integrated LiftSUP handle for easy carry and locking ability.
The center fin box has a FCS2 9” touring fin for a secure and toolless installation, delivering high performance in all conditions.
With 4 front and 4 rear tie-downs plus bungee cords, the large dry bags can be secured securely, giving you the most convenient storage.
Large deck pad
With its ultra-comfortable large honeycomb deck pad, you can stay out on the water for longer periods.
Colors may vary slightly from those shown as each kayak that we produce is unique. Variations in color are not covered by warranty.
Works equally well in calm lakes and bays as well as rougher ocean surf and waves.
Perfect for anyone who wants to explore longer distances and see more, the Great Bear makes covering the distance easy. This touring SUP is designed to maximize distance per stroke and track straight.
The innovative bow and hull shape provide unrivaled glide and tracking, delivering performance that surpasses any board in its class.
At 29” wide, the Great Bear offers a fast and stable platform that grants you confidence while under load and prevents fatigue during extended expeditions.
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