O'Brien Kona Inflatable Stand Up Paddleboard With Paddle

2201220
by O'Brien
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$644.99 CAD
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The Kona is O’Brien’s entry level iSUP – every element of this board was evaluated to offer you the highest possible performance at the lowest possible cost. Ideal for those on a budget who want to explore the sport and have fun on the water.

  • Dimensions – 10’6″ x 32″ x 5″
  • Volume – 270 L
  • Maximum recommended capacity* – 350 lbs
  • Inflatable drop stitch SUP – Easy travel. Easy storage. Highly Durable. Just pump it up and go.
  • Lightweight, woven drop stitch
  • Full, round nose for added stability and glide
  • Bungee tie-down straps – Bring your gear with you
  • Rear D-ring; great tie-of point for anchoring or easily attach a leash, tow a Transporter or secure extra gear
  • Soft carry handle – Perfectly placed for easy carrying
  • Grippy EVA deck pad
  • Removable, slide-in SUP fin – Easy to use with no tools required
  • Adjustable Paddle, Storage Bag and Dual-Action Pump included

*While experienced paddlers may go over this recommended capacity, having too much weight on the board will make it less stable and harder to paddle.

    Vest Size Charts

    We want you to get the right fitting jacket the first time. Please refer to our size guidelines before ordering your jacket. 

    **Please note that if your stomach measurement is larger than your chest measurement, use your stomach measurement. Overall fit of a jacket when dry is supposed to be tight. In a neoprene vest you must be able to stretch the vest 2" to 3" to zip it up, if the zipper meets together without having to stretch the vest is too big.

     

    Neo Vest Size Chart

    Adult Vest

    Chest Size

    Adult XS

    28″ – 32″

    Adult SM

    32″ – 36″

    Adult MD

    36″ – 40″

    Adult LG

    40″ – 44″

    Adult XL

    44″ – 48″

    Adult 2XL

    48″ – 52″

    Adult 3XL

    52″ – 56″

    Teen

    28″ – 32″

    Kids Vest

    Weight

    Youth

    50 – 90 lbs.

    Child

    30 – 50 lbs.

    Infant

    Up to 30 lbs.

    Neo Vest Size Chart

    Adult Vest

    Chest Size

    Adult XS

    28″ – 32″

    Adult SM

    32″ – 36″

    Adult MD

    36″ – 40″

    Adult LG

    40″ – 44″

    Adult XL

    44″ – 48″

    Adult 2XL

    48″ – 52″

    Adult 3XL

    52″ – 56″

    Adult 4XL

    56″ – 62″

    Adult 5XL

    62″ – 68″

    Adult SM/MD

    32″ – 40″

    Adult LG/XL

    40″ – 52″

    Adult Super XL

    50″ – 60″

    Adult EX-Super XL

    60″ – 70″

    Teen

    28″ – 32″

    Kids Vest

    Weight

    Youth

    50 – 90 lbs.

    Child

    30 – 50 lbs.

    Infant

    Up to 30 lbs.

    Wakeboard Size Chart

    Your Weight (lbs)

    Your Wakeboard Size (cm)

    Your Long Wakeboard Size (cm)

    25-70
    40-85
    65-110
    70-130
    100-170
    150-225
    170-250
    200-275

    111-118
    118-130
    124-134
    130-138
    134-142
    138-146
    142-146
    146+

    118-128
    130-140
    134-144
    138-148
    142-152
    146-156
    148-156
    166+

    Wakeboard Binding Size Chart

    Wakeboard Bindings Sizing Chart
    Men XS/SM M L XL XXL
    USA 6.5-7.5 8.0-9.0 9.5-10.5 11.0-12.0 13.0+
    UK 5.5-6.5 7.0-8.0 8.5-9.5 10.0-11.0 12.0+
    EUR 38.5-40.0 40.5-42.0 42.5-44.0 44.5-45.5 47.0+
    CM 24.5-25.5 26.0-27.0 27.5-28.5 29.0-30.0 31.0+
               
    Women XS S M L  
    USA 5.0-5.5 6.0-6.5 7.0-8.5 9.0-10.0  
    UK 2.5-3.0 3.5-4.0 4.5-6.0 6.5-7.5  
    EUR 35.0-35.5 36.0-37.0 37.5-39 40.0-41.0  
    CM 22.0-22.5 23.0-23.5 24.0-25.5 26.0-27.0  
     
    How to pick the right wakeboard?
    Wakeboards should be picked according to your level of experienced. Riding a beginner wakeboard is different from experiencing an advanced wakeboard plank.
    Rocker curve is one of the roots of the performance definition of a board. Different styles and approaches require different curves. There is no "right" curve that work for everyone. It's all about what feels right for you.
    You'll see different boards incorporate varying degrees of these four basic rocker types.
    The continuous rocker profile offers a smooth, predictable ride, with flowing transitions into turns. The hybrid rocker profile blends two curves together for improved performance.
    The three-stage rocker profile adds a break in the curve for aggressive riding style and a flatter center curve for speed and rail control.
    The five-stage rocker profile gives the rider an extra straight-up kick off the wake without the braking effect of a traditional abrupt three-stage bottom curve.
    Bigger boards are a great option for slow speed rides and for beginner wakeboarders.
     
    Paddleboard Size Chart

    Maximum Suggested Weight Limit

    Board

    Length

    Volume

    Beginner

    Intermediate

    Advanced

    Lacuna

    10’6″

    179.2

    200 lbs.

    235 lbs.

    300 lbs.

    Lacuna

    11′

    190.8

    210 lbs.

    250 lbs.

    325 lbs.

    Lacuna

    11’6″

    202.6

    225 lbs.

    270 lbs.

    350 lbs.

    Tokio

    10′

    200

    210 lbs.

    250 lbs.

    325 lbs.

    Passage

    12′

    235

    250 lbs.

    310 lbs.

    400 lbs.

    Eclipse

    10’6″

    179.2

    200 lbs.

    235 lbs.

    300 lbs.

    Eclipse

    11′

    190.8

    210 lbs.

    250 lbs.

    325 lbs.

    Mist

    10’6″

    179.2

    200 lbs.

    235 lbs.

    300 lbs.

    Vapor

    10’6″

    300

    250 lbs.

    350 lbs.

    450 lbs.

    Vapor

    11’6″

    330

    275 lbs.

    375 lbs.

    475 lbs.

    Zephyr

    10’6″

    246

    230 lbs.

    330 lbs.

    430 lbs.

    Mercer

    10’8″

    N/A

    210 lbs.

    235 lbs.

    300 lbs.

    Mercer

    8′

    N/A

    100 lbs.

    150 lbs.

    200 lbs.

    The appropriate board size depends on weight, skill level,
    and volume of the board. The more you weigh, and the
    lower your skill level, the bigger the board you’ll need.
    • One liter of volume floats one kg weight.
    • In order to factor in your skill level, multiply your Skill Level Factor x Your Weight in kilograms to get your recommended volume in liters.
    • 1 Lb. is approximately equal to .45 kg.
    • When in doubt, lean to the next board size up.
    SKILL FACTOR:
    Beginners = 2
    Intermediate = 1.7
    Advanced = 1.3
    Calculating Board Volume:
    (Your Weight in lbs. X .45) x Skill Factor = Target Volume
    Example:You are a beginner and you weigh 195 lbs.
    (195 lbs. X .45) x2 (Skill Factor) = 175.5
    Your board should have a minimum volume of 175.5 liters.