Consignment. The 2010 Fun is your one boat does it all boat. Run about any river or play about any feature. If you are learning to paddle and want the fastest learning curve, while still being able to get on as many new rivers as possible, the Fun is just that. If you are an expert wanting to run hard stuff, but still want to play your way down, the Fun is the ticket.
1. The 2010 Fun is lighter weight, making it easier to carry and maneuver for everyone, and those people who aren’t as strong will really appreciate the lighter weight package.
2. The comfort of the 2010 Fun series is awesome. There is more footroom then in previous models, a better knee position, and the cockpit rim is lower around the hips and back allowing for more comfortable rolling too.
3. The bow and stern stay out of the water better for downriver paddling and surfing waves. This makes for easier peel outs, ferries, and carrying speed through the harder moves. Awesome!
4. The edges have been rounded off substantially on the parting line eliminating a lot of the ‘torque” that can come from catching an edge, making it easier to stay upright.
6. Rolling- This is a terrific boat to learn your roll in, take it to the next level, or simply assure you the easiest rolling available. You’ll love how easily this boat rolls
1. Faster wave surfing, looser hull, and very user friendly. Jackson took the same design ideas that made the 2010 All-Star a surfing machine and applied them here.
2. Easier for vertical moves- the improved wing shape, better parting line position are both big parts of why this boat is so improved in getting vertical. Squirting or cartwheeling are both much easier and smoother. No more “splash splash” when trying to cartwheel. A nice smooth entry and exit on both the bow and stern make it easier to learn your first vertical end, or link a dozen of them!
3. The wedge shaped bow and stern provide a ton of POP for launching huge loops! This boat is crazy good for getting air!
4. The bow and stern are shorter and higher out of the water making learning your first spin in a hole or on a wave much easier, or freeing the expert boater up to think about other things.