Have you ever thought about getting on the water with a wood paddle board that you created with your own two hands? According to Jarvis Boards, building your own board could be one of the most rewarding projects that you could tackle. DIY paddle boards can now be made at home with the help of kits, plans, instructions, and materials so that you can bring your dream board to life. Jarvis Boards designed kits that include everything you need to build your board, excluding the wood for the skins. This includes the frame, glassing supplies, glue, mixing cups, gloves, graphics kit, and small parts (fin boxes, leash loops and vents). Boards typically take between 20 and 60 hours to complete with no special skill set or experience required.

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