Hala Carbon Straight Up Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard

Hala Carbon Straight Up Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard
Hala Carbon Straight Up Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard
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Carbon Straight Up Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard by Hala
The Hala Carbon Straight Up inflatable stand-up paddleboard is a smaller all-around performance SUP that is ready to tackle any aquatic adventure that comes your way. A highly versatile design lets you go from whitewater river adventures to fishing days at your local lake. Stiff carbon stringers offer all the benefits of a rigid hardboard without sacrificing the portability and convenient storage of an inflatable. Smaller paddlers or those looking for enhanced agility will appreciate the smaller dimensions of this board that allow more control on the water. The Glide Rocker gives this board reliable traction and maneuverability, while the thruster fin setup and EVA stomp pad offer enhanced command.

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SKU: HLA000M
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