Popular SUP for advanced paddlers
Underwater nose design helps initiate planing
Raised deck sheds water
The 12'6" TR series has been Amundson's most popular board for several seasons, and for good reason. 12'6" is a great size for most adults, giving them enough extra waterline to feel the increased speed and glide that the TR designs offer. A deep sharp V in the underwater nose area has been replaced by a fuller, more rounded cross-section which helps send more water under the board to initiate planing, as opposed to the sides or up in the air and onto the deck. The raised foredeck sheds water, and the slightly recessed cockpit keeps your center of gravity low, while making for a comfortable standing area. The boards also feature a large easy-carry handle and deck inserts for stowing a life-jacket or bag. The 12'6" TR 29 represents the fourth generation of the original TR. At 29" wide and 237 liters, it offers enough stability to be comfortable in rough water, and enough float to fit the medium to larger paddler. It is built with Rhino-Lite technology, which is the best combination of weight, durability, and value on the water. Paddleboard weighs 31 lbs. 237-liter volume. For novice riders up to 220 lbs. For advanced riders up to 260 lbs. 12'6" x 29" x 6.25".
Rhino-Lite technology starts with a molded core of watertight fused-cell foam. The core is wrapped with fiberglass cloth with extra material on the rails and a thin veneer of wood on the deck to prevent heel dents. The board is placed in a heated vacuum mold with expanding epoxy resin. The heat and expanding pressure ensure the resin completely laminates the skin to the core, creating a light and tough board that is resistant to dings and delamination. Amundson's Rhino-Lite technology is the best combination of weight, durability, and value on the market.