Boardworks SHUBU Sport Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard

Boardworks SHUBU Sport Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard
$898.95
SHUBU Sport Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard by Boardworks
Price subject to change | SKU: BWK001I

Boardworks SHUBU Sport Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard

While its name is reminiscent of your pal's ever-loyal Shiba Inu pup, the Boardworks SHUBU Sport Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard is bestowed with many qualities and characteristics that Shibas are known for. Ranging from its dependable and confident design to its faithful and keen performance, SHUBU is an acronym for "Show Up and Blow Up," which playfully articulates the versatility and tote-ability of this stand-up paddledboard. Thanks to its highly durable, military-grade UV resistant rubber, the SHUBU is an ideal "do-everything" board and can be utilized for cruising around lakes, recreational surfing, river tours, or SUP-yoga. The unique hull design ensure a smooth glide and comfortable ride while the diamond-shaped groove pad provides traction and comfort throughout the course of your adventure. Additionally, the SHUBU is outfitted with a removable center fin (an optimal addendum that supports easy tracking) and the deck tie down bungee system allows you to transport fishing goods, PFDs, or any other myriad of gear. A webbing handle makes carrying the board easy as eating a slice of pie. Not to mention, the SHUBU easily inflates with the included high-volume pump, which means it easily deflates too and can be packed down into the included flap-backpack.

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