North 2 Board Sports mission was to build durable, affordable, quality, lightweight surf and stand up paddleboards that are not only great looking, but also great performers. All of our boards and paddles are built using only quality components and precision CNC blank shaping to obtain optimal strength, lightweights, and durability. Surfing, exploring and passion for the water is what North 2 is all about. -Click here to view the current Lookbook / Brochure!-
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The Adventure 10’6" is an awesome addition to the N2 lineup of boards. Built for all sizes of paddlers between 90-240 lbs. Virtually ding proof, the board is constructed like a traditional epoxy fiberglass paddle board, but then wrapped in an ABS thermo-mold plastic shell. This results in an ultra durable ding and crack proof board, which are great for Watersports rental and tour businesses and for those individuals who want a bomb proof stand up paddle board. Still light weight at approximately 29 lbs. with a deep ledge carry handle makes hauling the board to and from the water a piece of cake. It also features a full length EVA smooth textured deck pad with bungee tie down holes making the board an excellent choice for SUP YOGA, and paddle fishing as well.
N2 Sessions Adventure 10'6" Specs
Construction: precision shaped cnc cut eps foam core, epoxy fiberglass, thermo molded ABS plastic shell for incredible strength & ding resistant, reinforced PVC rail bumper, deep ledge carry handle
Dimensions: 10'6" X 33” X 5"
Weight: 29 lbs
North 2 Board Sports is a company owned and operated by two true watermen. Ryan and Clayton became good friends while stand up paddleboarding off of Delray Beach Florida’s “North 2” area of the city’s beach. Ryan was born in Southern California where he learned to surf and found his love for the ocean in the North County area near Encinitas and “Swami’s” surf break. Clayton, a Delray Beach native and long time South Florida surfer has over 40 years experience in the surf industry. At a time he even worked in a surfboard factory with Nomad Surfboards back in the 1970′s and 80′s.