Vibe Maverick 120 Paddleboard Review: Specs, Pros & Cons

By: Tony Acevedo on March 28, 2019
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It’s paddleboard review time!

Picking a paddleboard can be tough, but it should be a little easier with this Vibe Maverick 120 review, as well as the Kaku Kahuna review we did recently.

In this review, I’ll share the specs, pros and cons, and some on the water footage catching fish on it.

And since we’re not affiliated with Vibe, or any other company, you can be sure that this is a completely unbiased review.


Vibe Maverick 120 Paddleboard Review [VIDEO]

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  • Length: 12′
  • Width: 33.5″
  • Weight capacity: 475 lbs
  • Weight: 72 lbs


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Is the Vibe Maverick 120 for you?

Have you used this board before?

If so, let us know what you thought in the comments!

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Isaac Hulan
Isaac Hulan

So I just picked up a Maverick on Friday and took it out for the first time on Saturday. I’ll start by saying I love everything about it. However, I had one issue. Within the first hour of paddling down the river, the plastic deck began to bubble and separate from the injected foam. Has anyone else experienced this issue? Or is it just a case of getting a lemon?

Matt Price

i ordered two, one for myself and one for my wife or son, I got one 2018 closeout model and one 2019 model, got them in 4 days. The 2019 has WAYYYY better handles, so much im mad there not on mine, but storage unit has a spin lock lid that completely detaches which I do not like.


You can buy the handles from Vibe. They are not that expensive and come with all the hardware needed to swap out.

Matt Price

I am going to purchase 2 of these for me and the family, but I have to figure out how or where to store it. Can someone provide me the thickness I might be able to squeeze em between my ceiling and not hit the garage door? Thanks for the help

Austin Harris
Austin Harris

Is it possible to put a kaku voodoo seat on the Maverick?

Luke Simonds

As long as the dimensions of the seat are within the width of the Maverick, then the seat should fit.

Robert Cole

I am a big fan of Vibe products. I have their 13 ft seaghost kayak and couldn’t be any more satisfied with it.

Andrew Williams

Good info Tony! What about the seat? Does the Vibe come with it or is it pretty much a standardized seat that fits the rails?

Jeff Johnson

Hey tony, I’m looking to upgrade from my kayak to a paddle board soon. I have not been out on a paddle board yet but I stand on my kayak and fish all the time. Just based off of specs I’m considering a vibe maverick or Kaku Kahuna. Would you recommend one over the other. I mainly fish skinny water flats with the occasion canal, when it’s colder.

Anderson Horn

I’m buying one…either this one or a Kaku, which do you like better? The idea of 2 seats and taking my daughter with but still being able to go out on my own easily as well is too much to pass up. I’ve got to have one…

Hector Castellanos

Tony thanks for this review. I have the Inshore Slam and Kayak Mastery, but I really liked having an SUP. I purchased the Vibe late last year after a ton of research. I especially like the built in track system…no drilling for accessories. YakAttack has a ton of options for the rails. Any suggestions for an anchor…stake or small anchor? I mainly fish the flats in Tampa near the Gandy or Weedon Island. Also, how did you remove the plugs?