POP Paddleboards Pop Up Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard

POP Paddleboards Pop Up Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard
$799.00
Pop Up Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard by POP Paddleboards
Price subject to change | SKU: PPP0001

POP Paddleboards Pop Up Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard

Go places other SUPs can only dream of with the POP Pop Up Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard. With its easy portability, bomber construction, and stable feel, this paddleboard is up for venturing into remote desert canyons, tropical swells, or just your local lake. It starts with its high-grade construction, which includes a layer of military-grade inflatable fabric and a full EVA coating to ensure it can bounce off rocks and submerged trees without getting torn apart. It can also be inflated to 15 PSI for stiff performance that's capable of tackling ocean waves. Reinforced side rails, nose, and tail amp up the durability so you can go anywhere with confidence. The Diamond Traction EVA deck pad offers sure-footed comfort so you can surf waves or practice SUP yoga with confidence. Bungee deck webbing secures anything from water bottles and backpacks to spare layers and bait boxes, and the stainless D-ring can be used to attach a leash. Handle It handles are cleverly designed and positioned to make the board feel significantly lighter than it is, reduce finger cramping, and offer effortless balance. This SUP also includes a travel backpack, pump, fin, and adjustable paddle so you can head out on an adventure as soon as it arrives on your doorstep.

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