Discussion started by Bob Babcock , on 14 March 01:48 PM
introducing New England SUP, the only Ke Nalu paddle dealer in New England.
You may have heard about the buzz surrounding the new Ke Nalu paddles. The review thread on standupzone has grown to 28 pages and 409 comments and counting. Most of them coming from experienced and seasoned paddlers. Everyone is blown away by the performance they offer and the awesome utility of their construction. Now’s your chance to find out for yourself.
We’re doing demos all over New England. If you would like to check them out contact us and we can arrange to hook up. Demoing is definitely the way to go for any paddle but especially for the Ke Nalus. Three different handles, 4 if you count the awesome extended ergo-t that allows for 6 inches of length adjustment, three different shaft flexes, and three different blade sizes, Wiki-8”, Moliko-8.5” and Molokai-9”. Earlier catch, no flutter, greater power, from the lightest paddles on the planet. And for the Ke Nalus…light doesn’t mean delicate. They’re being used by some of the most demanding paddlers on the planet for racing and surf…happy campers all. Once you’ve found what combination you like we can build you a paddle on the spot.
Later on if you decide you might like a bigger or smaller blade or someone drives a truck over your handle. No worries you can easily swap components with just a blow dryer….that’s right…a blow dryer. All Ke Nalu paddles are designed to be assembled using hot glue and can be easily disassembled and reassembled using a blow dryer. How cool is that!
Contact us for a demo.
Bob Babcock 508 789-6459 Bob@newenglandsup.net http://www.newenglandsup.net
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Definitely good things happening. I love turning folks on to SUP. I'm also one of the co-founders of the CCBC and part of our mission is to help build a respectful and caring community within the sport. It's made such an amazing difference in my life I feel compelled to get others out there...particularly folks that may be facing some challenges that SUP might help. On the business side we're focusing on the paddles for the moment but we're also going to be doing tours and offering lessons in the near future. I'm looking forward to that. Always fun to see someones face light up for the first time on a SUP.