Allrounder MX Stand-Up Paddleboard by Adventure Paddleboarding
One of Adventure Paddling's most popular boards, the Allrounder MX Stand-Up Paddleboard is an affordable choice for beginner to intermediate paddlers looking for a versatile, affordable solid board. It features a balanced outline and low rocker profile that rests flat in the water, delivering confidence-instilling stability for those getting out for the first time, further bolstered by a generous width and high volume. A flat-to-double concave bottom delivers solid tracking and impressive glide in flat water, while the lifted square tail comes in handy for surfing small waves. The Allrounder comes in three sizes to suit paddlers of all weights and heights. It's equipped with a well-balanced single fin that provides a high single-stroke rate on flat water, which comes in handy for beginner paddlers who aren't looking to switch sides often as they stroke. Additional plugs are also present if you want to change to a twin or tri set-up, which can add enhanced control when you're riding waves. The deck pad on the Allrounder features a back foot kick and arch bar, offering soft grip to prevent slipping off while your cruise around your favorite watering hole.
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