Naish Mana GTW Stand-Up Paddleboard

Naish Mana GTW Stand-Up Paddleboard
Naish Mana GTW Stand-Up Paddleboard
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Mana GTW Stand-Up Paddleboard by Naish
Take your SUP skills to the surf with a lot of help from the Naish Mana GTW Stand-Up Paddleboard. Ideal for beginners and families looking for one board to share, the Mana's wide platform and exaggerated tail rocker offer plenty of stability to teach you how to ride waves. The V bottom works with the soft rails to make turning very easy. Naish made this SUP out of a durable wood sandwich deck that you can see through the glass matrix reinforcements and molded EPS closed cell core. The Mana also has an embossed EVA deck pad to give your feet a good grip, and there's an easy-to-grab ledge handle and included fins for convenience.

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SKU: NSHG00X
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