Get inspired to spend more time on the water with the lightweight, stable, and beautiful Boardworks Muse Stand-Up Paddleboard. Designed to handle everything from long tours and yoga sessions to ocean surfing, this versatile SUP is fun and easy to ride for paddlers of every experience level. EPX hand finished epoxy construction makes this board light and easy to maneuver, yet still durable to handle the day's on-water adventure. With great tracking and smooth glide, this traditional hardboard makes a great progressive SUP to help you learn how to ride a wave or maneuver obstacles. The cushy Honey-Fomb EVA deck pad offers excellent traction and a comfortable ride that won't make your feet cramp after only a couple of hours. The single fin configuration works well for all types of paddling, the FCS finger-well handle allows easy transport, and two bungee tie-down points on the nose accommodate cargo during long days out exploring. Boardworks decided to help you to hit the water as soon as your board arrives by including their top-notch Muse paddle. The three-piece, adjustable paddle has a carbon fiber shaft and 85 square inch fiberglass foam core blade that makes for an ultra-smooth stroke. With a 70 to 86 inch adjustability and ABS edging to protect your blade from accidental impacts you won't be afraid to let others try out your sweet new setup.
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