Lovers of walks and nature, of course.
No need to be in great shape, just take a comfortable width.
The rowing technique is simple; a beginner can quite simply start, and fully enjoy, a Sherpa.
What is it for?
Cruising, fitness, discovering spots and even a bit of surfing in the long undulations that arise.
An energetic person will line up for amateur competitions without blushing because the potential for serious glide is there.
- The 10’6 is great for its handling on land as well as on the water. It’s the uncomplicated Sherpa.
- The 12’6 x 27 » has a racing feel to it, so either you like racing or you like a typical Board.
- The 12’6 x 30 » is the absolute easyrider: super easy, fast, soft, lots of buoyancy.
- The 14′ is the ultimate Board for long rides, DW and amateur racing.
Which Quiver Partners?
The Sherpa goes with any Quiver, as long as you like to paddle.
Only that with this Board you will really satisfy your desire for escape.
Coupled with a surfboard, it’s the assurance of being on the water 365 days a year. The choice is up to you.
It’s also the ideal friend for a surfer who wants to keep in shape on flat days. What could be better than going rowing in the middle of nature just a stone’s throw from home. Combined with a good skateboarding session, it’s the best.
What Fin Set-up?
The US single assembly allows you to use all the Fins on the market. The choice is infinite but 80% of it will be cosmetic.
Yes, some touring/race Fin shapes make a real difference with their counterparts, but that’s on the fringe on a touring program.
How long should my Paddle be?
Between +15cm and +20cm for a ride. A little shorter in race.
Which Leash ?
Use a Coiled Race Leash, 10′ will do. A reduced diameter (6mm) will give you a lot of speed. Above a wind force and a wave size, you must have a 7mm minimum.
Check its condition before each session and change it every year. This is your lifejacket.