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Perfect for stand up paddle surfing, the NRS SUP Leash features a comfortable calf strap, non-coil flexible line and dual in-line swivels for tangle-free performance.
  • Straight, non-coil line is preferred by some stand up paddle surfers.
  • Two in-line swivels keep the leash from tangling up.
  • 2" wide padded calf strap provides all-day comfort. Secures with a hook-and-loop closure.
  • Included lanyard allows easy attachment to the leash plug on a rigid SUP board.
  • Available in 8' and 10' lengths.
  • For river SUP, choose the NRS Quick Release SUP Leash.

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  • Polyurethane non-coil line
  • Available in 8' and 10' lengths
  • Two in-line swivels prevent tangling
  • Comfortable calf strap with hook-and-loop closure
  • Attachment lanyard included

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  • NRS SUP Leash


    currently have a NRS coil leash and when I step back on my board to practice turns etc I step on it. I have tried moving up by me knee and also around ankle. I am thinking that if I get a standard non coil leash it would not be a big deal if I did step on it. Also eventually I want to take my board into surf and I think all surfers use the non coil type. Please help me figure out what I need. Thank you
    Asked on 7/3/2015 by mogulmark from Winter Park, Colorado

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    • Staff Reviewer


      That depends on where you're using the board. The coiled leash stays up on the board; the non-coiled will be trailing in the water part of the time. If you're in rocky water I'd stay with the coiled. In open water with no obstacles the non-coiled will be fine. And you're right, most surfers use a non-coiled.

      Answered on 7/4/2015 by Clyde from NRS
  • NRS SUP Leash


    how to you attach the leash to a SUP?
    Asked on 8/21/2014 by h from co

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    • Staff Reviewer


      In the photo, the end with the NRS logo is the cuff that attaches to your leg. The other end has a hook-and-loop strap you can put around a D-ring on the board. There's also a strong cord that can fit through a smaller eyelet.

      Answered on 8/21/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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