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BACK AGAIN!!! Body Glove Performer 11 Inflatable 3.35 m (11 ft.) Stand-up Paddle Board $399.99

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[Costco] BACK AGAIN!!! Body Glove Performer 11 Inflatable 3.35 m (11 ft.) Stand-up Paddle Board $399.99

In stock online

Edit: 2nd price drop for a limited time.

$100 OFF

Valid for orders placed 11/22/21 to 11/28/21.
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Calgary warehouses are getting a restock next week as well.

East Hills also had 8 yesterday.

I've enjoyed mine this summer!
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It's funny watching people use these. Watching the newbies fall off
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Saw this in GTA in store but the price was north of $500
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chilli604 wrote: It's funny watching people use these. Watching the newbies fall off
lol everyone is a newbie at one time
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chilli604 wrote: It's funny watching people use these. Watching the newbies fall off
You gotta start somewhere like all of us did at some point in our lives.

I don't see why this would be funny.
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chilli604 wrote: It's funny watching people use these. Watching the newbies fall off
If the water is calm, it's hard to imagine someone falling off. I don't think I ever have, must be very uncoordinated. Props to them for trying something new though.
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bgorhc wrote:
lol everyone is a newbie at one time
elpaso wrote:
You gotta start somewhere like all of us did at some point in our lives.

I don't see why would this be funny.
I just find it funny. Didnt mean to insult anyone. I'm quite active myself. A jogger, but when I tried Paddle Boarding. My gawd. Totally different muscles

It's alot harder than it looks.

Edit* water wasn't as calm for me.
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chilli604 wrote: I just find it funny. Didnt mean to insult anyone. I'm quite active myself. A jogger, but when I tried Paddle Boarding. My gawd. Totally different muscles

It's alot harder than it looks.
You're right, it's harder than it looks. My wife and I are in our late 30's and had no issues with the learning curve, but my parents in their late 60's are having a tough time standing up. Whether you stand up or sit down and paddle like my mom does it's a lot of fun.
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chilli604 wrote: It's funny watching people use these. Watching the newbies fall off
For SUP, the stance is key - as Mr. Miyagi once said, "first come balance, then everything else follow".

Although I admit, seeing people torpedo'ing in the water is half the fun lol
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Anyone know if this is in stock at any GTA stores, and if it would be cheaper in store?

Seeing people have bought this for $399.99 but not sure how.
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PhanTheMan wrote: Anyone know if this is in stock at any GTA stores, and if it would be cheaper in store?

Seeing people have bought this for $399.99 but not sure how.
i saw a sign of this last Tuesday in store (no product left) and it was 499.99.

$399.99 was only during a sale.
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learning to use one of these in the ocean in vancouver is ROUGH. I almost wanted to take mine back until i used it on a lake.
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what electric inflator/deflator should i use? do i need an adaptor?
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Seems to be many bad reviews in this years model!
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has anyone seen this available in store in GVA?
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iownyou wrote: what electric inflator/deflator should i use? do i need an adaptor?
Honestly it's really not a big deal to inflate it. I thought I'd need an electric pump too in the beginning but I got used to it after a couple of times. Plus it's a good free warm up in good RFD spirit. And you really don't need anything to deflate it. Just open the plug and star folding from the bow and the air will come out with the help of physics.
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Ended up returning it after buying back in June. The paddle was wobbly at the connections. Reviews are piling up slowly with leak reports.
But what really made me return were the non removable fins, I can already see scratches forming up.
Looking into the iRocker now

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