Paddle into the sunset on the Jobe Duna 11’6 2018
As with all the boards we stock, there’s just something special about them and the Jobe Duna 11’6 2018 inflatable is no different. The Jobe Duna 11’6 2018 uses the very latest drop stitch technology so is very light weight and this makes life so much easier whilst on land, but it’s on the water where it really excels.
This sort of board is a great chameleon that can do everything from touring, racing and even surfing. The more pointed bow helps to improve the top and average speed whilst the more parallel rails improve directional control.
Build quality delivers performance.
The build quality of the Jobe Duna 11’6 2018 SUP board uses a unique drop stitch technology that gives exceptional build quality, weight and rigidity.
This is my favourite board in the whole Jobe range. At 31 inches wide, the Jobe Duna has loads of stability, but is not going to feel too restrictive as you go from beginner to intermediate paddler within a few weeks.
The Jobe Duna 11’6 2018 SUP board has loads of volume and a carrying capacity of up to 120kg which gives you plenty of room to carry luggage, sandwiches, kids and dogs up front.
You get an 8″ removable centre fin that requires not tools to remove so that’s great for anyone without a toolkit in the car.
Jobe Duna 11’6 2018 package
The Jobe Duna 11’6 2018 package really is a great deal offering the build quality of brands like Red Paddle SUPs.
A quick recap gives us features like the padded carry handle for a softer grip, a paddle holder to make life easier, a carry handle at the tip of the board, a large bungee area for those paddle trips and obviously the great shape and performance.
When you buy a Jobe Duna 11’6 2018 you get:
- A board that weighs 9.5kg
- A 3 year warranty which backs up how good this board is
- The very latest technology in drop stitch, which is a big deal for inflatables
- A Drytube Back Pack
- A multi function pump allowing high speed or pressure
- A 3 piece paddle made of fibreglass with a reinforced pvc blade
- A coiled board leash, very important for longer sup boards
Any water sport is dangerous and we advise that all persons engaging in any form of stand up paddle boarding should assess their abilities and take suitable precautions.