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Your Chance to Win a Naish Nalu SUP

Kiteboarding, windsurfing, and SUP equipment manufacturer Naish has been running competitions after competitions latterly. The newest one offers you the chance to win a SUP board.

Via its Facebook page, Naish International announced on Thursday, June 21st, that it is giving you the chance to win a Nalu 11'6 SUP, the board that sets the standard for other full-sized SUPs. This is a board that handles great in the surf, remains stable regardless of conditions, features classic lines and a timeless design, and is incredibly popular among SUP enthusiasts. But I digress. Let’s get back to the topic at hand.

As I was saying, Naish is giving you the chance to win a Nalu 11'6 SUP board. What you have to do is answer the question “What is Kai Lenny thinking?” – and more to the point, you have to write a caption for the image below. Visit Naish International’s Facebook page to get started with this competition.

And now here’s what I meant when I said that “Naish has been running competitions after competitions lately.”

Back in May Naish presented the “Win a Ride” competition. All you had to do was visit a Facebook page and provide a bit of info about yourself. Out of all the entrants, Naish randomly picked one winner to awarded a brand new Ride kite, a two-strut entry level kite meant to offer ease of use, simplicity and value to those interested in getting started with kitesurfing.

The one to win the Ride kite was Christine Burd of Colorado, USA.

Back in April, the company presented the “Win a Chopper” competition – it gave you the chance to win Robby Naish’s personal Chopper wave sail, a sail that pushes the boundaries of ultra compact design. It comes with the following features the following:

  • Ultralight Radial Surf construction with Radial Kevlar Airframe
  • Ultra short luff lengths and One Mast Concept
  • Extremely wide range and exceptional tune-ability
  • New sizing that makes old school ‘sailing by the numbers’ obsolete
  • Available in 4 sizes: Small (ideal for conditions that would call for a 4.2 sail), Medium (ideal for conditions that would call for a 4.7), Large (ideal for conditions that would call for a 5.3), and X-Large (ideal for conditions that would call for a 5.7).

The one to win the Chopper sail was Bruce Spedding from New Zealand.

The question is will you be the next lucky person to win cool gear from Naish?