Jammer SUP Model

The Jammer SUP is a high performance wave riding machine that we developed 5 years ago…a number of it’s attributes are found in our Hammer Series…wide point back…wide tail with 5 fin option…deep double barrel concave…etc…

Jammer SUP

The carbon Jammer model is the lightest and strongest high performance SUP on the water…
It is designed to be ridden short board style…it generates unbelievable speed…the more you turn, the faster it goes…
WD jammin’ on his 7’10” Jammer SUP model creation…

Jammer SUP Model

The quad + 1 fin set allows it to be SUPer loose…yet, positive…reduced swing weight in the nose enhances it’s maneuverability…stepped rails increase responsiveness…wide point back makes it pivot better…again, enhancing maneuverability…while, increasing stability…so much so that you can easily paddle it in staggered surf stance…

This 7’8″ x 31″ carbon Jammer is available at our shop now…

Vid clip of the 7’10” Jammer jammin’ at a nice point break…

Vid clip of the 7’10” Jammer jammin’ at a fast reef break…

Vid clip of the 7’10” Jammer at a high tide beach break…

We love hooking people up with our handcrafted in the USA custom epoxy and carbon SUP creations…

Here’s one of our custom 8’6″ carbon Jammers for Don in Washington State…3 week turnaround time…

Don immediately took it out to the coast and gave us this first report…

I surfed the Jammer at WP today. I had high expectations and wasn’t disappointed.

The swell was 4.5′ and the surf was just crashing closeouts for the first hour or so.

The Jammer was pretty good getting out through the waves. It tends to pop up over white water nicely. The conditions today, however, made it tough to get out.

Stability is adequate for my 196lbs. I only fell off once or twice while loitering on the outside. Once I’m used to the board I don’t expect to fall much.

Durability was tested today. The bottom fell out on a couple of waves and I got worked pretty hard, but the board is still in one piece. It doesn’t seem to pull nearly as hard on the ankle as my 9’8″ during a wipe out.

After my surfing buddies got bummed by the poor conditions and went in it suddenly got glassy and the faces held for some really nice rides. I was dropping into steep overhead waves and getting several good turns before bailing out the back. The board works fine for larger waves – it was great on some waves which would have had my 9’8″ Element trying to go airborne.

The board’s agility is amazing. I’m an intermediate surfer, but was able to get a couple near vertical backside turns. Very much a short board rather than long board feel. I’ve barely tapped the potential and I’m really looking forward to the next session.

I’ll post some more as my experience with the board grows.

A very happy camper,

Don

Robert is also one stoked unit!…he’s probably out on the water right now…

UPDATE: BOARD REPORT

4/25/12

Subject: Jumbo Jammer

Wardog:

Robert here , just had to take a few minutes to thank you so much for time time you & all your staff spent with me to insure me that I was making the right move.

As always it seems you were right, I asked for the loosest board you’ve ever ridden & the stability of a 10′ Whopper. I was not disappointed in the least, the waves have been small but the 9′ Jumbo Jammer floats me like a dream & the Jammer is so loose everyday it just get better than the one before, I guess you could say I love it & “stoked for life”

You were right on the design of it to the size, I couldn’t be happier, best board I ever ridden & you know I have ridden a lot of boards.

Just had to let you know I’m totally STOKED see you in the water. I think you created an animal…;-)

Your customer for life,

Robert S******** (Malibu, CA)

7’5″ carbon Jammer…

WARDOGJammer SUP Model