How Beaver Board SUPs Are Made

The success of the Beaver Board SUP is directly attributed to the exacting manufacturing process. Follow a Beaver Board SUP from its beginning to end.

Expanded polystyrene (EPS) blocks waiting to get a personality

Rough shaping the board profile

Adding the real wood centre stringer

The rough profile of the board is complete

Hand shaping the board profile to Beaver Board SUP's exact specifications

The "shaped board"

The start of fibreglassing and epoxy resin

Adding real bamboo to the top and bottom of the SUP

The real bamboo veneer creates an impact resistant top and bottom covering. 

Layering more epoxy resin and fibreglass 

We apply three layers of 170gm (6 oz) fibreglass on the top and bottom of the board and five layers on the rails of the boards. 

Adding fins, handle, leash plug and air vent

Vacuum bagging the layers of bamboo and fiberglass together

Sanding after fibreglass and epoxy

Painting and glossing

After painting and gloss is completed each board is inspected. After passing inspection the deck pad is applied.

Now you're ready to paddle the path less paddled

It's due to our construction methods that the Beaver Board SUP is an extremely durable and responsive SUP for all levels of paddlers. Stable is its middle name.

We are extremely proud of our design and we are certain that you will have as much fun on the board had making it!