NRS SUP Leash
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- 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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Q: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 youAsked on 7/3/2015 by mogulmark from Winter Park, Colorado
A:I bought the non coil type instead of the coiled for all the reasons you just lifted. I've been surfing on my SUP for the past few days and have had non of the issues you listed at all.
By way of my iPhoneAnswered on 7/7/2015 by Anonymous
A:Not sure I can help. One thing I can think of is that the leash is too
long. I have a typical coiled leash (not sure of brand) and have not
experienced this problem.
Most people I see (including me) use ankle attachment. You might try a
leash that is designed for thigh attachment, so it will be well above your
A:I think you're right. Get a non coil leash. We have the same board. I surf. Was hoping to surf on this paddleboard but it nose dives. Tried a couple weeks ago. Doesn't have enough "rocker". It's ok catching white water but not real waves. Hope this helps! Derrick
Sent from my cell phoneAnswered on 7/4/2015 by Anonymous
A:We have two of the non coiled leashes. We don't even know they're on the boards. We've used them on lakes and the ocean. They work great!
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 7/4/2015 by Anonymous
A: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
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Q:how to you attach the leash to a SUP?Asked on 8/21/2014 by h from co
A: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