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SUP Boarder Mag Review - The new 2022 Byron All-Rounder
Our 2022 Byron All-Rounder was recently featured in SUPboarder! It was reviewed by Beau Nixon he competed on the APP World Tour and also won the Australian SUP surfing championship
Honu Sorrento SUP | 2022 Sorrento touring SUP
While the Sorrento was winning awards against the best in the world, we were out of stock in Australia and unsure if we would even have a new Sorrento for the 2022 season. This was because of the complex rail construction we were trying to achieve and were still in the middle of testing mid-year.
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!
Honu's New Board Release: The FAIRLIGHT
During the winter months, we’ve been crazy busy working on a bunch of new things... new updates to our existing boards, new colors, and well, new boards...You read that right, one of the things we’ve been working hard on these past few months is the design and construction of our newest board, the Fairlight.
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?
Why We Make 4.7” Paddleboards?
There are three main reasons that make 4.7" SUPs more superior than thicker SUPs: connection to the water, stability, and overall performance. We now have customers that sell or send back their reputable 6” board once they realize its weight and/or get it out on the water. Read more about why we make 4.7" boards here.