Rival Hoss Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard by Hala
Whether you're looking to explore rivers or relax on your local lake, the versatile Hala Rival Hoss Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard offers all-around function with the option for travel. Crafted with a high, wide design, the Hoss bosses the water while providing acute stability, quick agility, and plenty of space for gear. Equipped with a rugged PVC drop-stitch construction, precise sidewall reinforcement, and nine reinforced D-rings, this board is furnished with a full-length traction pad that keeps you on your feet while the stomp pad gives you extra control. In addition to its intuitive strength and support, the Rival Hoss is built to adapt to your every adventure with its progressive rocker giving it a playful mood. The fixed side fins are practically unbreakable, and the larger center fin is flexible to avoid damage without sacrificing stability and tracking. The Rival Hoss comes ready for a day on the water, and even includes a Rival Aluminum Travel Paddle so you can head out right away. It also comes with a rolling board bag, repair kit, car pump and dual-action, gauged hand pump, so you're fully equipped for wherever your paddling takes you.
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