Kneeboarding

Kneeboarding
  • Jobe® - Slash 48" Teal Kneeboard
    Jobe®Slash 48" Teal Kneeboard (252522002PCS)
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    # mpn4878901302
    Slash 48" Teal Kneeboard by Jobe®. This kneeboard is fully padded from it's EVA foam knee pad and strap to keep those landings nice and smooth. The playfullness off the winged outline and base channel design gives you a lot of fun with...
    Comfortable EVA foam knee padDeep center channel for stability
    $153.81
  • Jobe® - Sentry Kneeboard
    Jobe®Sentry Kneeboard (252721001PCS)
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    # mpn4813200019
    Sentry Kneeboard by Jobe®. Check out the Jobe Sentry Kneeboard Blue! This kneeboard is fully padded from it's EVA foam knee pad and strap to keep those landings nice and smooth. The Sentry also features molded in fins for extra traction...
    Easy start handle hookComfortable EVA foam knee pad
    $197.99
  • Jobe® - Stimmel 59.1" Multi Position Board Kit
    Jobe®Stimmel 59.1" Multi Position Board Kit (258820004)
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    # mpn4896144031
    Stimmel 59.1" Multi Position Board Kit by Jobe®. The Stimmel is the little brother of the Omnia in a fresh suit. Skip buying unnecessary equipment and save time and money to get on the water! This family focused board comes with a...
    All-In-One productComfortable anti-slip EVA deck
    $318.99


There are two water sports disciplines that can be called “kneeboarding.” The first one is generally known as kneeboard surfing. In this case, the rider uses a glass fiber composite-covered polyurethane foam kneeboard that has from 5 to 6 and a half feet in length to paddle on his or her belly to catch a wave and ride it just like on a conventional surfboard while staying on their knees instead of feet. Low center of mass gives riders better stability. When surfing closer to waves, it gives them an enhanced feeling of speed. Besides, lower stance allows riders to position themselves inside waves that are breaking for exciting tube riding.

The second type of kneeboarding is a kind of aquatic wake-style tow sport. In this case, kneeboarders use short (from 3 to 5 feet long), buoyant boards with a hydrodynamic shape and convex surface to perform tricks. Note that to enjoy this type of kneeboarding, besides the board itself, you need to have a 45 to 75 feet long rope or tow line and a motorboat that can maintain a constant speed from 15 to 20 mph. In our store, you can find everything that you may need to engage in kneeboarding activities, including high-quality kneeboards that feature retractable fins for improved maneuverability and padded shock straps for better comfort.

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