“We made a few improvements to our original standup paddleboard design,” said Kevin Hawkins of Kaku Kayaks. “First the graphics changed, and then we made the colors different because we just wanted them to pop more than the first one. We made it an inch wider at 33-inches to add a little more stability, plus to fit the brand new roto molded Kaku-ooler! (That will be out in May and fit on the inflatable SUP as well as the brand new 12 foot epoxy SUP).
We made it 6-inches longer for improved stability, gave it a square tail, and made a new, better-looking back pack. Additionally it will come with an aluminum paddle, backpack, pump. The new Kaku Inflatable SUP is a game changer, with it’s compact size and it only weighs 30 pounds; you can virtually take this thing anywhere,” said Hawkins. “You could easily fit a four of them in the trunk of almost any car. You can get an 11-foot paddleboard and you don’t have to worry about how you’re going to carry it. Taking your boat to the island or out on the lake, you can take a few of these along for a full day of family fun. Got fishing spots you can only get to by foot?Now you can carry the Bones fishing SUP on your back to explore more water.”
For more information about Kaku Kayaks or their Bones Fishing SUP, check out their website, kakukayak.com. Check out the first look of their Bones Fishing SUP here.