Carbon Playita Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard by Hala
Whether you are hitting your local river or flying to a remote beach to chase swells, the Hala Carbon Playita inflatable stand-up paddleboard is ready to tag along. No roof rack or even extra hands needed as this SUP rolls up and stows away in the deluxe Backcountry Comfort Rolling Backpack that secures your board, as well as the included repair kit, hand, and car pump. The carbon construction lends superb rigidity when inflated, that Hala says, "rivals the performance of any fiberglass SUP surfboard on the market." As a performance surf SUP for skilled paddlers, the Playita has all the necessary features to keep you confidently carving any wave face. A solid two-inch rail is created by Hala's patented DoubleStack construction that offers a reliable bite to keep your board responsive in the water. With a fish tail and Surf Rocker that lifts the nose and places natural balance in the back, this board can handle any bottom turn. Hold a line with ease with the gummy click-fins and EVA deck stomp pad that increase your control and offer maximum maneuverability.
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Hala Carbon Playita Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard
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