Sea Eagle NN126 Inflatable Paddleboard Reviews

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Charles Diehl Verified Owner 6/18/2017 5.0 out of 5 stars.

Yes it is what i wanted for my weight and height.

My wife's older 4" thick is also working great!

Brittany Sulcer Verified Owner 5/7/2017 5.0 out of 5 stars.

My husband and I both have the needlenose SUP. We've loved them and recommend them over others we'venown in the past. The only thing I need for traveling is a better pack. Not having a waist belt makes the board very heavy on my shoulder and small frame. Other inflatables I've own come with bags with a waist belt and rolls. I'm actually doing a girls trip to Hawaii next month and plan to fly with my board again. Do you know of a bag that rolls and has a waist band that will easily fit this board? The needlenose does not allow the

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Board to fold as tight as the others I've owned so I want to make sure I order one that will fit my Sea Eagle. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks!

Sea Eagle's reply:

Brittany, you'll want a rugged bag with these dims at a minimum: 33"high x 19"wide x 12" deep. Also, remember to check with the airline for baggage specs and possible fees. I'm sorry but we don't offer one at this time.

David Greaves Verified Owner 4/10/2017 5.0 out of 5 stars.

We purchased an NN126 and thouroughly enjoyed it for about a year and it developed a small leak at a seam. We notified Sea Eagle and followed their easy instructions and we had a new replacement under warranty within a few days. What a great company to do business with. We are now enjoying the NN126 which is very stable and easy to handle. A couple of our friends that have had hard paddle boards for several years tried it out and had nothing but praise.

Michael Greenberg Verified Owner 3/2/2017 5.0 out of 5 stars.

I LOVE this paddle board (12' needle nose). I was skeptical about the idea of an inflatable board, particularly because I mostly paddle on open water (a large lake) and worried about getting too easily tossed around by wind and currents. I had tried a few other touring style iSUPs but ultimately returned them because they "felt" inflatable. The needle nose is different experience completely. It really does just slice through the water; I feel much more efficient on this board than on others. In addition to being fast, it's stable. One of the reasons I got into paddle boarding is that I wanted a fun way to take my dogs out on the water. Kayaks were always a pain and canoes were too heavy and slow. The dogs love this board and I have ZERO worries about them puncturing it with their nails. I have only ever paddled with one dog at a time, but would be confident taking two out on this board.

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Not only WOULD I by another needle nose but I'm actually planning on doing so in the upcoming season.