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Fusion Coreban SUP
9' Fusion (Blue)
Coreban SUP
 
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The outline shape of the Fusion pro-edition by Coreban gives a nod to a retro surfboard shape from the 1970s called a fish. In the surf world these boards have seen a revival in recent years, and surfboards in general seem to be getting shorter and wider. To retain performance, these fish boards have a swallow tail in the rear that has two points, so when carving on edge, it makes these wider boards act like a narrower board with a single pin tail. Of course, the Fusion SUP is nine feet long, but in the SUP world thats relatively short!

Coreban Series: Core/Pro

SUP weight: 27 lbs

SUP Dimensions: 9 x 29.5 x 4.5

SUP Volume: 148 Liters

SUP Fin Configuration: 5 fin setup

Our Price: $1,499.00

Product Code: BD-CB-FSN-BL


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9 Fusion Coreban Stand Up Paddle Board

Coreban Fusion SUP

This stand up paddle surfing board is designed for high-performance wave riding, and the versatile 5 fin configuration allows the rider to set up their fins in a quad SUP fin set-up, a 2+1 set-up, or a thruster set-up. With a reinforced nose, tail, and rails, this board is built to withstand the punishing paddle surfing environment.

About Coreban

The Coreban company has been making high-quality, high-performance stand up paddle surfing boards since 2005, longer than most every brand of SUP on the market. Their primary focus is on stand up paddle surfing performance. Their secondary focus is on high-quality, durable boards. Theyre not the cheapest boards on the market. In reality, they may very well be some of the most expensive stand up paddle boards on the market but they make a product that is widely hailed by those who do EPS board repairs as some of the best made boards out there. And when you spend $1000+ on a piece of sports equipment, its not really supposed to be a disposable product. Its a product that you will take to the repair shop if you get a major ding or puncture. Coreban gets this, and they design their boards for long term durability in addition to performance.

To bring this concept of quality and durability home to you, here is a personal experience I had while attending a board retailers seminar at a recent ASR (Action Sports Retailers) tradeshow. During the lunch break I had the fortune of sitting at a lunch table with a couple of well known surf shop owners from Southern California. These are guys that have been in the surf industry for decades and each own several major surf shops. Funny, for as much perceived tension as there is between surfers and stand up paddle surfers, it seems all of the shop owners are huge SUP fanatics. Thats what they do in their off time. I actually learned to SUP from a local San Diego shop owner. Anyways, at lunch they were discussing SUPs and I asked them what they thought of Coreban boards. The consensus was that they were some of the best boards out there. They commented that while many of the high-end board brands are all made in the same factory overseas, the Coreban ones seem to do something differently and the result is a board that can take abuse and show virtually no signs. While almost every other board out there (no matter how big the brand, or how expensive) seems to get the rails dinged up over time, the Corebans just dont. From that conversation, my mind was made up about which high-end board to carry in addition to our own Tower stand up paddle boards. Corebans may not be the best priced board out there, but if youre the type of person who is much more concerned with getting the absolute best there is versus getting the best price, you cant go wrong with a Coreban.


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