Carlson River Board
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- Built for fun as well as function.
- Foam construction for complete reliability. Won't absorb water, stands up to lots of abuse, and it always floats.
- Slick bottom for added durability and performance.
- Two sets of handles give you more ways to play and let two people to hang on at once.
- Neon green bottom for a sharp look and higher visibility.
|Dimensions:||56" x 24" x 4"|
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- Easy To Use
Comments about Carlson River Board:
I just did a 28 hour adventure race and part of this race entailed riverboarding through class 1-3 rapids on the New River in WV.
I was told Carlson was the best riverboard to get and it was! I saw others who had inflatable boards and some people were worried about their board deflating. This was something I didn't want to be concerned about while going through rapids.
The grips are great to hold on to and the board is wide, but not so wide that you can't paddle with webbed gloves.
Also, the board is large enough to get most of your body onto when going through rapids or in shallow areas where you would be worried about banging your knees on rocks.
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Q:what size is it? How much does it weigh. how much weight will carry?Asked on 1/25/2015 by caddywampus from C'ville, Pa.
A:Size is 24"x52"
Weight. Not sure. Very light. ~5lbs It is constructed of a very durable foam
It will easily float one rescuer and a victim.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 1/25/2015 by Anonymous
A:The answers to most of your questions are there in the Specs tab. As to the weight it will carry, remember that all your body is not on the board and the body has its own buoyancy.Answered on 1/25/2015 by Clyde from NRS
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Q:How flexible is this board for maneuvering boulders?Asked on 11/22/2014 by Kathleen from Pocono Mountains, Pa
A:Kathleen, the board is quite stiff, not very flexible at all.Answered on 11/22/2014 by Clyde from NRS