While clumsiness may seem to be a trend in your life, it's about time you said goodbye to those all-too-frequent yard sales that seemingly plague your water-based adventures and say hello to the Hala Fame Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard--also known as high, wide, and ready for wherever the water takes you. The Fame is crafted specifically for stability with a big platform design that reigns over a class that's unique to big-buddy boards. It caters in turn to fishing endeavors, adaptive paddling, whitewater tom-foolery, or hauling people or gear. Equipped with a rugged PVC drop-stitch construction, extra handles for an additional frequent flyer, and fifteen reinforced D-rings, the Fame is furnished with a full-length traction pad that keeps you upright on an extra girthy platform for maximum stability without compromising performance. In addition to its strength and support, the Fame is built to adapt to your every adventure with its Performance Shape Inflatable composition, which ultimately offers a precise rocker and a playful mood. For days that you're not on the river or lake, the Fame comes complete with inflatable fin protectors, a gummy fin, board bag-pack, repair kit, and dual-action, gauged hand pump.
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