2012 Imagine Surf Crossover SUP

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2012 Imagine Surf Crossover SUP

Postby Bob » Fri Jun 21, 2013 10:50 pm


I only have a few of these boards left. If you are looking for a board that will work great on both flat water and in waves and don't want 2 boards.

This would be an awesome board for anyone living on or near Lake Michigan or other big lakes.

Consider the Imagine Surf Crossover SUP.

12’0” X 31” X 5.1”

When I first saw this SUP, it just made a lot of sense for this to be one of the best all around crossover boards on the market. It has a surf style outline from the middle to rear of the board and a displacement hull design up front. So if you are touring and cruising flat to choppy waters or waves, the displacement nose will cut through much better than a flat bottom nose. Then, if you want to ride waves, the middle to back of the board take over and it acts like a wave board.

I didn't think there was any way this Crossover Imagine Surf SUP (Dave Kalama designed) would ever go on closeout, but they did, so I snatched them all up right away. The only difference with 2013 is a change in graphics. No need to change an already great board.

From the Imagine Surf web site:


This is a board for your core workouts, to entertain the family and for the weekend adventure. A clean sweeping V-bow cuts effortlessly through the water, before running into the subtle concave center section and shallow V tail.
If you’re the kind of paddler who wants to train on flat water, but still hit up and surf ocean waves when you can, then your prayers have been answered. The outline of the tail combined with the rocker make this board surf like a charm for its size.
While it can never compare to a dedicated surf shape, or to a speeding flatwater machine, this compromise is so effective that it remains our best-selling board.
Intec wood sandwich construction.

Retail is $1599....Selling for $1159.00.

FREE delivery within the region.

Thanks as always for looking.

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Re: 2012 Imagine Surf Crossover SUP

Postby kitenick » Mon Jun 24, 2013 9:35 pm

bob what do you have that is strictly a wave sup. 5'10" 170 on a good day. jim
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Re: 2012 Imagine Surf Crossover SUP

Postby Bob » Mon Jun 24, 2013 9:54 pm

Hi Jim,

Not much in stock at the moment, but here are a couple of good options.

I have a demo wide body by JP-Australia that I really like and will be keeping for a while unless I get a great offer for it and I can also get any Imagine Surf SUP boards.

Take a look at these links.

This is my demo board, but too big for you at 170 lbs.

http://www.kiteridersllc.com/shoppingca ... cts_id=342

How good are you at this and how often do you think you will ride. A lot or just on occasion? The less you ride and less ability, then a little bigger will be easier. But if you are good and ride a lot, then smaller will do better.


1) JP Surf: Great for good surf

http://jp-australia.com/2013/sup/produc ... ards/surf/

2) JP Wide Body: A little more forgiving. They have a surf wide body, but I think it's a little too small overall.

http://jp-australia.com/2013/sup/produc ... wide-body/

3) Imagine Surf Sano:

http://www.imaginesurf.com/?post_type=i ... uct&p=4614

4) Imagine Surf Fluid:

http://www.imaginesurf.com/?post_type=i ... uct&p=4617

If you want any prices, let me know and I can shoot some over.
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