Stable and responsive, the NRS Quiver Inflatable SUP Boards are shaped with a wide deck and extra rocker for charging rapids, carving eddy turns and styling ferries. Whether you're looking to step up your whitewater game or just getting started, the Quiver elevates any river running experience.
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Day 3 owner, I was looking for a stable moving water board for tripping verses a more sporty board for class 2.5/3. Albeit I'm confident with practice this board will handle well in such enviroments (paddler ability). This review is based on class 1 Rocky Mountain River trip.
Pros: once on river and having addressed various moving water scenarios, very happy. NRS Quiver 10.4 offers stability and a generous degree of forgiveness when one losses center or counter balance to currents (class 1). Board is stable with weight shifting in managing varing currents. Front end D rings provide for ample space for trip packing.
Board is responsive and manuevers well without need to shift weight to back of board. Handles small standing (1 foot) waves well even if not square to wave (paddler's ability to brace a factor).
I feel confident this board will perform well in a faster moving river enviroment once the paddler has develop complementary responses to those relative river dynamics.
Having demo'd a couple other boards with posoitive features I came to the conclusion that river tripping will be best enjoyed with boards that offers maximum stability and space for gear.
Oh yeah, big consideration, 3" and 5" interchangable fins. Ran trip with 3" fins, Good tracking combined with corrective strokes, never hit bottom with fins, and it got shallow at times!!! This was an important deal breaker for me.
If your looking for a river tripping SUP board the NRS is a worthy
Happy river travels.