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Name: gilla

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I need this board... Don't own one but have paddled a few via demo and borrowing from a friend. I'm 6'3 and 260lbs so a big board with some stability is a must for me and the big ez delivers. I'm no pro so initially, I still fell off a bit but after I got the feel of it it was like standing on a sidewalk! Obviouslyn ot the fastest board but it's not meant to be. It's built forstabilityy and maybe a lil surfing... Overall, great board, can't wait to get my own! Pros Beautiful board, very stable, really durable Cons ... Usage Fishing, touring, surfing, exercise, all around great board

Super light weight, almost feels cheap but surprisingly strong... Great ferrule and easy to transport. I bought this paddle because I wanted a carbon fiber but didn't wanna spend 300$ on a paddle at the time. I've since upgraded, but the Sea Whisper is always a solid back up!

I've actually got the Hammock Bliss Triple and its basically the most amazing thing ever... I've gone so far as to hang it in my bedroom.. no more mattresses... I've taken mine hiking, backpacking, and kayaking. It packs really small, weighs less than 2 pounds, and is roomie enough for me plus company...

Love the ferrule, the ergo shaft keeps my wrists and shoulders feeling great which helps tremendously on my long paddles. High angle design makes each stroke feel super powerful. I bought mine to use primarily for fitness but found it super beneficial while playing in the surf and on long trips... Decided to go with the cheaper, heavier glass version considering I got it for fitness purposes...

A friend let me borrow his for a couple days... WICKED FUN BOAT! Obviously a little slow in open water and even though it's got a skeg, it doesn't track arrow straight, but handled really well on the river and once I got it into the surf and started playing in the waves, I was having a ball! Hell of a work out but way too fun none the less...

Great product! Easy to install on a hydro pack line. Kills bacteria and removes silt and soil. When used properly almost any fresh water is now drinking water... I don't know how I ever went out without it

I know this is primarily a website based on water sports, but I decided to review this pack here considering mine is often in my front hatch or being used as a deck bag with a little help from some plastic bags and a rain fly...

I really like using it as a deck bag on long paddles because of the hydro bladder. I've got fresh water right in front of me... As far as the pack's intended use, I found mine to be insanely comfortable and really lightweight. Obviously hugely important when you're backpacking and every ounce counts.

The pack also looks great but definitely lost a few points on the shoulder strap adjusters...When mines fully loaded it's almost impossible to keep the pack high up on my back... The straps loosen every half mile or so. Super annoying but fixable with a couple slipknots in the strap itself...

Decent board... Good starter, fairly stable but pretty slow... Got mine used and pretty dinged up so it's a bit hard to gauge but overall, it's a pretty solid board... Pros Stable, tracks ok... Cons Heavy, slow, Usage Exercise

This is probably the only 10/10 I'll ever write! I bought this boat used in New York a while ago. It's been with me on a very lengthy trip on the Hudson, a week through the Adirondacks, countless hours and lakes throughout Massachusetts, and now resides with me in Miami where it's been through swamps in the Everglades, canals through the city, multiple bays and open ocean... Basically any kind of paddling you can possibly imagine a touring kayak handling and more... I've even been surfing with it recently. It's extremely versatile, I've taught a few new paddlers in this boat while my more experienced friends are always trying to get into it. Basically I can put anyone of any size, and any experience in this boat and they are going to have a blast! I'm 6'3 and 260lbs and it fits me like a glove. I only have a bigger boat for more storage on longer trips, not because of a lack of storage mind you, but the boat is rated to 300 lbs and well, I'm a pretty big dude... Tracks beautifully, insanely stable, really fast... Basically, the Tsunami has it all!

It seems a lot of people don't understandt he intended use of this board... Sure it's a slower board and it may not track super well but it's a fishing board... Meant to move quietly, which it does except for a little hull slap in wind or chop. It's really stable and I've been landing some great fish! Pros Quiet, comfortable, reasonable price Cons Doesn't track super well but a good paddlers will overcome Usage Fishing, exercise