Last year the 2021 Honu Sorrento was a test winning board in our Touring board. But that didn’t stop Honu from working hard on their 2022 board to make it even better. With its new rail construction the 2022 Honu Sorrento is, for its weight, the stiffest board we have ever tested!
When Justin first stood up on the Honu Byron 10’6 All-rounder for our testing, he only had one thing to say: ‘wow’. In my time here working at SUPBoardguide, I’ve never seen a board render him speechless.
We like the simplicity of Honu’s SUP lineup — each board has a purpose and a role. Mark and Megan’s focus on engineering excellence also shines through.
The Ultimate Guide to Buying a SUP in 2023
The No-Nonsense guide to shapes, styles & technology so you can chose the perfect SUP.
With so many variables, choosing the right paddle board can be daunting.
So we have made a really easy to follow guide that will help you choose the perfect board for you. It includes shapes, materials, and even a quality guide that breaks down what you can expect at the various price-points.
We only have one Planet
As a business that loves the outdoors, we are committed to reducing our environmental impact. The good news is that there are things Honu is doing now to help improve our planet. We have committed to: 1) producing less plastic; 2) consuming & wasting less plastic; and 3) minimising carbon emissions in our supply chain. Read more about each of these initiatives...
Why We are taking SUP Pumps Out...
We have now decided to also take pumps out of our boards from 2023.
Why have we done this? We think about paddles and pumps a bit like helmets and bike pumps. Helmets are very individual and most people would never like a token "freebie" and bike pumps...
SUP Boarder Mag Review - The Honu Fairlight
SUP Boarder Mag Review - The Honu Fairlight We have released the Fairlight earlier this year and it has been receiving a lot of compliments from our customers! Recently SUPBOARDER made a review about the Honu Fairlight and we are thrilled to share with you what they have said!
Different fin setup for SUP boards
Different fin setup for SUP boards Fin setup is something we talk a lot about at Honu HQ. It's a confusing topic for many as surfing culture trends influence SUP design, wrongly or rightly. Which is better? Single fin, Twin Fin, Thruster or 1+2?